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Friday, 25 January 2019
The Fraternity Apparel Style Guide for Greek Life
Topic: Clothing
Customized apparel is an indispensable part of fraternity life. As a member of a Greek organization, it is important that you prepare yourself and your wardrobe for the different fraternity events that will take place during the course of your college or university, as well after it. To help you make the right choice, here is a list of the different kind of clothing and accessories ( adamblockdesign.com/fraternity-apparel ) to stock up for different occasions.

Formal wear

Fully formal events rarely happen during Greek life and are limited to one or two in a year during college such a specific day of the rush or so. However, this is no reason for you to lag behind and to not put your best foot forward on such occasions. On the contrary, formal events give you the opportunity to make a great impression among your fraternity by being appropriately dressed. To create a formal ensemble, pick a tuxedo set with a white shirt, cufflinks, bow ties, and Ballard shoes. You could also opt for pantsuits, suit jackets, and silk ties coupled with Oxford shoes.

Semi-formal wear

Evens such as date parties, alumni gatherings, chapter get-togethers, interviews, and dinner with fraternity members call for semi-formal clothing. Some must haves for semi-formal wear includes solid dress shirts, cotton plaid shirts, khakis, slacks, and dark-hued sweaters. Solid colored polo shirts, half-zip and crew neck sweaters with the name of your fraternity embroidered on to them too are a good addition to your semi-formal ensemble. To complete the look, opt for a pair of Oxfords or boat shoes.

Casual Wear

Casual fraternity apparel ( https://www.adamblockdesign.com/search/all ) is for everything else from daily classes to a date with a sorority member, a charity event, weekend errands, or simply a fun social with your brothers from the chapter. Casual attire is all about lending your own personal touch to dressing and being comfortable in what you wear. This category is also one that carries the maximum custom-made fraternity apparel with graphic prints, lettering, embroidery, and so on. Printed t-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts, running shorts and tanks, baseball jerseys, and anything that gives you the laid-back vibes make a great fit for casual wear. Casual tees and shirts are best paired with chinos or washed denim plus boat shoes or chukka boots.

Party wear

Party wear is pretty close to casual but lets you play around with your creative side. It’s all about comfort clothing but with a funky twist like a playful quote print, tie and dye designs, foil lettering, and the likes.  Be it for tailgates, house parties, or mixers, these ‘cool-looking’ t-shirts, zip-up hoodies, shorts, and vests make a great choice. Also, they are best paired with espadrilles, sneakers, or sports shoes.

When building a collection of fraternity apparel, remember to pick at least two to three apparel sets of a kind to avoid repetition. In fact, it helps to have a larger number of custom-made semi-formal and casual fraternity apparel for all the chapter work and meet-ups that happen inside and outside the college.

Posted by brucem231 at 4:54 AM EST
Updated: Wednesday, 30 January 2019 4:38 AM EST

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