Pocahontas told us to paint with all the colors of the wind, but clearly homegirl was never in a sorority. [She was more about that raccoon friend life]. When it comes to being in a sorority, you colors are only second in importance to the strength of your sisterhood and how much money you raise for philanthropy. They are how the freshmen identify you and the events you host. If you ever want to get involved with your sorority’s public relations, you’ll need to know all of the other sororities’ colors when sending them flowers and cupcakes. It sounds trivial but really it’s not.) It means the world to other sororities if you invest just a second of your time learning something about them, even if it’s just their colors.
[I know put my own sorority first, I’m biased OKAY?] Kappa Delta’s colors are Olive Green and Pearl White, two colors I think happen to look simply smashing on all of my sisters, but occasionally the white has me feeling like a beached whale after a Barberitos trip [am I right, or am I right?]
Scarlet Red and Olive Green. You would think it looks like Christmas colors, but I actually love the pairing. Shoutout to my AXO roommate who rocks the scarlet and olive like no one’s business.
Royal Purple and Pure White. Also the colors of High Point University, so that’s a double win.
Turquoise Blue and Steel Grey. Not to be confused with their awesome Philanthropy initiatives with Breast Cancer Awareness, which is pink as far as the eye can see in the month of October! Love it!
Rose and White
Red, Buff, and Green
And now for all those sororities not currently at High Point University:
Azure and White
Green and White
Bordeaux and Silver
Crimson, Pearl White, Palm Green, and Gold
Emerald Green and Gold
Light Blue, Dark Blue, and Gold
Cardinal and Straw
Silver, Gold, and Cerulean Blue
Bronze, Pink, and Blue
Royal Purple and Pure Gold
Rose and Green
Brown and Mode
Black and Gold
Dark Blue and Light Blue
King Blue and Gold
Wine and Silver Blue
Café au Lait and Old Blue
Maroon and Lavender
Blue, Gold, and Silver