The “college experience,” it is what every high school senior thinks about in the months leading up to starting at the college of their choice. The college experience is all about living in dorms, picking classes, making new friends, and of course, a little bit of partying. For girls, something else that makes the college experience even more special is joining a sorority.
A sorority is that special group of girls you will make bonds with for a lifetime. The perfect sorority means finding sisterhood. The sorority a girl chooses is important. They want to find a sorority with girls they connect with and can truly call “sisters.” Once a girl is accepted into a sorority and finishes the pledging process (a prerequisite to joining any sorority), it is all about showing off their Greek letters. Whether they are in FSS, ?F?, or any other sorority, one of the best parts is showing off those letters on jackets, sweatshirts, t-shirts, and bags. During the pledging process, girls do what they can to earn their letters and show that they deserve to wear them. Once getting into a sorority, it is about showing the letters off, almost like a billboard.
Another great way to wear sorority letters all the time is with a Sterling Silver Greek Letter Necklace. This necklace goes with any outfit and can be worn at any time from classes to Greek events on and off of campus.
After leaving college and jackets and sweatshirts get ratty after time, a beautiful silver necklace with Greek letters will last for years and years. The necklace can be a great gift for big sisters to give little sisters when they are done with the pledge process, a present the sorority gives to new sisters at the culmination of Hell Week when they stop being pledges and become actual sisters, or even to give as a gift to sisters who have been in the sorority for a year or those who are just about to graduate from college and go off in the world. Wearing this Greek Letter Necklace is a great reminder of the bonds of sisterhood a sorority provides and provides the wearer to show off that they did something important while in college.