Once you’ve been initiated into a sorority or fraternity, it's natural to show off your pride of belonging to that organization by wearing T-shirts, sweatshirts, hats and more. Now, thanks to 21-year-old entrepreneur Daniel Fine, you can boast your Greek affiliation with the perfect summer accessory: sunglasses.

Fine has created Wayfarer-style sunglasses branded with university logos and fraternity and sorority letters that you can wear all summer long.

According to The Huffington Post, Fine, a senior at University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and a member of the Wharton Venture Initiation Program, launched Glass U in 2012.

Fine told the Post that, at the moment, Glass U is licensed to “most” fraternities and sororities and hundreds of universities. He has glasses in stock for 16 Greek organizations and is selling for 23 schools online. He meant for the company to claim the idea of custom college logo shades as a brand, so students don’t have to search the Internet for custom sunglasses.

If you’re an entrepreneurial college student who has every intention of starting his or her own company like Fine, you should probably take this one piece of advice he inadvertently offered: “Another thing that's recently become more important for me is conscious reflection—thinking about and realizing different successes and failures and understanding the process of why those things occurred. Then trying to implement those realizations into work and life.”