$25 for $50 Worth of Women's Greek-Inspired Apparel and Accessories from Greek Glamour

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US jewelry designers and American Apparel items pair up at online store to outfit ladies in Greek-inspired apparel

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Expires Dec 26th, 2012. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 order. Phone or online redemption required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$25 for $50 Worth of Women's Greek-Inspired Apparel and Accessories

The online shopping site is punctuated with the classic styling of American Apparel gear and handmade jewelry from US designers. Shoppers can fill their virtual carts with an American Apparel polo dress ($45) in colors such as red, baby blue, or gold or stock up on handmade wrap bracelets ($45) from Lily Dawson Designs. Texas-based jewelry designer Rory Ashton crafts her own inimitable jewels in the form of blue star earrings ($50) and the Kappa Delta–inspired turtle cove ring ($30). Shipping is included in the value of this Groupon.

Greek Glamour

Owner Meaghan Biederman harnessed her experiences as a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma's Eta Alpha chapter at Stephens College to open Greek Glamour, where she curates a sparkling collection of Greek-inspired accessories from U.S. designers and painstakingly affixes sorority logos onto the classic shapes of clothing from American Apparel. Working out of St. Louis, Meaghan readies her colorful gear for shipments throughout the country or to sororities that have relocated to Atlantis.

Greek Glamour

Owner Meaghan Biederman harnessed her experiences as a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma's Eta Alpha chapter at Stephens College to open Greek Glamour, where she curates a sparkling collection of Greek-inspired accessories from U.S. designers and painstakingly affixes sorority logos onto the classic shapes of clothing from American Apparel. Working out of St. Louis, Meaghan readies her colorful gear for shipments throughout the country or to sororities that have relocated to Atlantis.

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