Pledge in Style: Celebrating Greek Life

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They say friends are the family you choose, and for many college students, the brothers and sisters they meet as a result of joining a fraternity or sorority become their family for life. They often see you through the best — and worst — of times … like the times you had a little too much fun (but we don’t have to talk about that). Between pledging, rushing and major Greek life activities such as Homecoming, right now is one of the busiest, most exciting times of the year for fraternities and sororities across the country. Whether you’ve recently joined or you’re just feeling nostalgic for your old college days — however hazy they may be — here are a few products to help pimp out the sorority house, your home office or dorm room.

 

For the Home (or Dorm Room)

 

Throw a little Greek pride onto your couch, bed or study chair.

Zeta Tau Alpha Pillow

 

Hang your letters from the Christmas tree or your rear view mirror.

Alpha Delta Pi Holiday Ornament

Sigma Kappa Ornament

Sport these campus style essentials.

Sigma Chi Shirt

Kappa Kapa Gamma Mug

Kappa Sigma Tote bag

Alpha Chi Omega Notebook

Sigma Phi Epsilon Hat

What fraternity house is complete without a custom dartboard?

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Dartboard

 

Put your stamp on your chapter’s next formal.

Chi Omega Stamp

Induct a furry new member – every house needs a mascot, right?

Delta Zeta Dog Collar

Lambda Chi Alpha Pet shirt

And remember to represent your Greek pride nationwide.

Kappa Delta Luggage Tag

You’re now officially inducted into the Zazzle sisterhood and brotherhood of style. Find your custom Greek gear here!

 

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