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Phi Mu Apparel & Merchandise




Welcome to the exciting world of Phi Mu merchandise and apparel at Greek Gear! Established in 1852, Phi Mu is the second oldest women's fraternity, with over 150 years of excellence and tradition. Since its founding, members have proudly displayed their symbol - a lion wearing a crown and holding two moonstones. The moonstones represent truth and knowledge and are usually accompanied by carnations. The carnation flower colors of rose and white are also the sorority's official colors. As one of the largest fraternities for women, Phi Mu now has more than 130 chapters across the U.S.

If you're looking for Phi Mu merch in your group's official colors or with the sorority's letters, you've come to the right place. At Greek Gear we've got you covered with a wide selection of original Phi Mu sorority designs that will take your pride to another level. Showcase your passion with bold styles including Phi Mu shirts, sweatshirts and other great apparel items from our collection. Get awesome gear like hats, mugs, tumblers, decals and much more. Don't forget accessories like keychains and lanyards that are also part of our special collection and are sold through Greek Gear. Dress to impress and stock up on all of the Phi Mu merch and apparel you need at Greek Gear.

Phi Mu FAQs:

    • What year was Phi Mu founded? Phi Mu was founded on March 4, 1852 at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia. That makes Phi Mu the second oldest female fraternal organization in the nation.
    • What are Phi Mu's colors? The official Phi Mu sorority colors are rose and white.
    • What is Phi Mu's symbol? The Phi Mu symbol is the quatrefoil.
    • What are the most popular Phi Mu alumnae? Notable Phi Mu members include Anti Dorfman of The Bachelorette, Kimberly Schlapman of Little Big Town, PBS president Pat Mitchell, astronaut Mary Weber and Tova Wiley, the first woman to hold the rank of Commander in the U.S. Navy.


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