See our newest collections of Kappa Kappa Gamma merch for one of America's oldest sororities at Greek Gear. We have today's hottest-selling Kappa Kappa Gamma shirts, sweatshirts and hats in sorority colors.
Save on KKG gifts that are customizable for sisters, parents, alumni and friends. Treat your chapter to Kappa Kappa Gamma stickers, keychain or Kappa jewelry.
Kappa Kappa Gamma Casual Wear Trends
Among this year's top-sellers in Kappa Kappa Gamma clothing is our Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority sweatshirt in two shades of blue. This heavyweight cotton blend Greek-letter hooded sweatshirt is available with optional Kappa Kappa Gamma crest.
Other top-sellers are our pack-and-go lightweight Kappa Kappa Gamma pullovers designed to resist the elements. This pullover jacket folds up into its own pouch. Our casual ball cap collection includes Kappa Kappa Gamma caps with Greek letters in bold or script fonts. No matter which you choose, we offer expert personalization services to customize your favorite Kappa Kappa Gamma apparel.
Accessories for Every Season
Find accessories and merchandise for every season at Greek Gear. We have Kappa Kappa Gamma lettered sorority totes, backpacks and other gear. Our Kappa Kappa Gamma expandable bracelet with two charms is a Big Sis/Little Sis favorite. We have heart-shaped makeup bags and heart-shaped sunglasses with Kappa Kappa Gamma letters.
Save on Kappa Kappa Gamma graduation stoles and gifts. We even have KKG baby bibs for future pledges. On a budget? See our Kappa Kappa Gamma Merch Sale Page. Save on Greek-letter crewnecks, pins, smart phone cases and more.
Kappa Kappa Gamma FAQs:
- What year was Kappa Kappa Gamma founded? Kappa Kappa Gamma was founded on October 13, 1870 at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois.
- What are Kappa Kappa Gamma's colors? The sorority's official colors are dark blue and light blue.
- What is Kappa Kappa Gamma's symbol? The Kappa Kappa Gamma symbols are a key, a fleur de lis and an owl.
- What are the most popular Kappa Kappa Gammas? As one of the oldest sororities, it's no surprise that some notable members have pledged to Kappa Kappa Gamma over the years. Some of the most popular and famous sisters include designer Kate Spade, actress Sophia Bush, actress Mariska Hargitay, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Phyllis McGinley and two-time Olympic gold medalist Kristin Armstrong.