If your fraternity clothing reflects what's going on in Greek fashion, you want to be known as someone who stands out from the crowd. Being Greek means you'll want to start looking the part by wearing fraternity clothing. How you dress says a lot about you, your fraternity and your brothers.
Spring, Summer and Autumn Fraternity Clothing
The bottom line of fraternity clothing is that you want to look the part without trying too hard. This vibe can be accomplished in a number of ways.
Fraternity clothing like our popular Greek Hoodie with Sewn-On Letters will help you look great while reflecting your Greek loyalty and personal class.
For those casual weekends or trips to the gym, try a Greek T shirt, shorts or sweats and a baseball cap. The casual look is superb and will suit you for those more active outings. Wearing your Greek letters with pride is always in style and a great option.
When colder weather sets in, rule #1 is: leave your high school letterman's jacket at home! (No one cares what you played in high school—it's time to move onwards and upwards.) Go for a classy or sporty looking jacket. In winter, trade in the polos and tees for a cozy fraternity sweatshirt or pullover fleece. Jeans and khakis will work with any of these items year-round, and a blazer over a button down shirt always looks great for a dressier occasion.
For date parties and theme parties, you may have to dress up a bit. Button down shirts, blazers and ties should always be handy. If your budget allows it, expand your fratenity clothing to include a selection of dress pants, ties and sport coats.
Lastly, hats, belts and a nice watch can complete your fraternity clothing style, but don't forget to also have an array of fraternity wear to rock on the weekends or on the playing field.