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Custom Greek debuts three new stunning printed fabrics
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Feb '14
Designer Greek, a leading online Greek apparel store, announced the arrival of a 3 new stunning printed fabrics for their Greek and English sewn-on lettered apparel. The new patterns are eye-catching and distinct, which is what every sorority and its members are seeking these days.
 
They can transform any basic Greek letter shirt or sorority letter shirt into something dazzling and extraordinary – they really are that special and should not be overlooked.
 
Designer Greek customers design their Greek letter totes, fraternity sweatshirts, and Greek cardigans just as they always have, but now have even more options within Designer Greek’s Letter Design Shop. The Design Shop allows customers to build and preview their designs before making any purchases. The visual aspect on the website is extremely helpful in determining what color combinations are best for each fraternity and sorority member.
 
The newest fabric collection includes 3 shimmer chevron prints which exude elegance and style. Available in three colors, Shimmer Gold, Shimmer Mint, and Shimmer Blush, there is undoubtedly one for everyone.
 
The Shimmer Gold in each print does in fact “shimmer” and looks stunning with DesignerGreek’s Metallic background colors such as Metallic Gold and Metallic Silver. These fabrics are the perfect choice for chapter letters during Rush or Bid Day. It’s hard to keep your eyes off of these classy prints.
 
“DesignerGreek customers love coming to the Design Shop to build their perfect Greek letter shirt, sorority tote, or sweatshirt,” says Stefany Bernard of Designer Greek. “We are thrilled to introduce Shimmer, and believe this fabric collection will bring enthusiasm to the Greek community.”
 
About Designer Greek: 
Designer Greek has been serving Fraternities and Sororities nationwide since 2001 with high quality custom Greek apparel. Specializing in sewn-on Greek letters, sewn-on applique English letters, and embroidery designs, they offer hundreds of clothing and fabric options, resulting in beautifully sewn sorority clothing and fraternity clothing.
 

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