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Phi Sigma Sigma Apparel & Merchandise




Welcome to Greek Gear's Phi Sigma Sigma store, where you'll find the best selection of high-quality Phi Sigma Sigma apparel and merchandise. Phi Sigma Sigma is a sorority that was founded in 1913 on the campus of Hunter College in New York City. As one of the first international women's organizations, Phi Sigma Sigma is a donation-driven sorority with chapters across the United States and Canada promoting high ideals for over 100 years. 

At Greek Gear, we offer official licensed apparel and accessories featuring the Phi Sigma Sigma colors, insignia and symbols, so you can show your pride everywhere you go. Phi Sigma Sigma women need to wear their letters as often as possible and with a sweatshirt from Greek Gear, that job just got a little bit easier. Shop a wide variety of shirts, sweatshirts, sorority hats, blankets and other Phi Sigma Sigma merch at Greek Gear. Our sorority goods are all perfect for game day or any special occasion. For larger groups or events needing branded merch, our group ordering services make it even easier for commitment to the sisterhood to shine. Whether you're investing in yourself or showing appreciation with gifts for members, Greek Gear makes sure there's something special for every member of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority. Shop Greek Gear today for the best selection of high-quality branded sorority swag at the lowest possible prices.

Phi Sigma Sigma FAQs:

What year was Phi Sigma Sigma founded? Phi Sigma Sigma was founded on November 26, 1913 at Hunter College in New York City.

  • What are Phi Sigma Sigma's colors? The sorority's official colors are king blue and gold.
  • What is Phi Sigma Sigma's symbol? Pi Kappa Alpha's symbol is the sphinx.
  • What are the most popular Phi Sigma Sigmas? Notable alumnae include beauty queen Amy Diaz, HBO sports correspondent Andrea Kremer, new York Times Bestselling author Alex Flinn and former White House Director of Strategic Communications, Mercedes Schlapp.