Sorority women show off Greek letters on all kinds of apparel

The basic set of matching sorority apparel, including a long sleeve shirt, sweatpants and a hat: $38 at Te Shurt.

The “My parents are paying” apparel set, which includes a plethora of lettered gear: $152 at Te Shurt.

Representing your chapter by wearing apparel with your house’s letters: Priceless.

Alpha Gamma Delta Hat:

Annie Adducci, sophomore in Education

“When I wear my letters, I feel proud because AGD is more than just a sorority to me. To me, it is a home away from home and I’m surrounded by my best friends everyday.”

Alpha Omicron Pi Shirt:

Victoria Noland, sophomore in LAS

“Our sorority received these Run for the Roses T-shirts for our spring philanthropy which benefits arthritis research. It’s cool to see people on the Quad wearing our letters because I know they all support the same cause.”

Delta Gamma Blanket:

Louise Zhang, sophomore in Media

“The new pledge classes always get a basket full of new clothes, a blanket, and arts and crafts that their pledge moms make for them. It’s a really exciting night and you get to bond with the older members in the house. I’m proud to represent our letters because we all contribute a lot to our sorority.”

Alpha Delta Pi Scarf:

Alexis Walz, senior in Business

“I like to wear the scarf around because I’m proud to be affiliated with my chapter. I think it’s cool when we all wear things with our letters on it, I feel like it makes our sisterhood bond stronger.”

Delta Delta Delta Hoodie:

Tess Baker, sophomore in Media

“I like this sweater because it’s one of the first things that my pledge class received. It’s sentimental to my pledge class, as well as my sorority as a whole.”

Alpha Chi Omega Shorts:

Casey Comiskey, junior in Business

“I wear these shorts when I work out.” I like to represent my chapter to the best of my ability and give it a good name. I’m also proud to be a part of the Greek community.”