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Feel cozy and look great in long sleeve thermals!  These thermals are made from cotton/poly mini waffle (hello pre-shrunk!) and look awesome layered under your favorite hoody or short sleeve T.  The Canvas version even has great retail-inspired contrast stitched hems.  Don’t these models look overcome with delight to be wearing them?!  You can be just as thrilled as they are when you order for your next group event!

Featured Products: Canvas Long Sleeve ThermalBella Long Sleeve Thermal

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Two weeks ago I wrote a post called Sisters with Style which highlighted the  different styles of t-shirts and how they fit. Now that your sisters are covered (literally – haha) with fantastic T’s, the fun doesn’t have to stop!   While we can’t custom design your bio-chemistry tutor to look like Robert Pattinson, we can help your chapter get the attention it deserves on campus with tons of other great products!  And, as a former Chapter President, here are a few of my favorites… Read more –>

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I love how easy it is to “Go Green” these days.  So many clothing manufacturers are taking steps to use recycled and organic materials to make their fabric. Even more impressive, they are improving their manufacturing processes to be more eco-minded and efficient.  One of my favorite companies is Anvil.  They use organic cotton and recycled water bottles (PET) to make their Ts.  They also launched a super cool website called TrackMyT.com that enables you to track the life of a T-shirt from start to finish. Read more –>

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Fall is here, which means it’s that time again – back to school!  Want to look great while wearing your letters proudly around campus?  Well, I’ve got T-shirt recommendations perfect for any chapter event – from recruitment to working with your favorite philanthropy to just hanging out with your sisters.   Here’s Kate wearing 3 great choices. Read more –>

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Using color to make a statement is one of the oldest tricks in the book.  Think neon posters, flashy yellow sports cars, the time I dyed my hair fire engine red in the 9th grade (perhaps not the most flattering shade, but a statement nonetheless)! Read more –>

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