Grab everyone’s undivided attention!
We’re excited to “cell” you this biology-inspired print for your outer membrane. Mitosis was first discovered by Walther Flemming in the 1870s, and though he didn’t realize it at the time, its significance to our understanding of genetics is incalculable. We’re keen to help replicate that excitement in the lab, regardless of the phase of life you’re in!
This turquoise, organic cotton, 3/4 sleeve dress features a scooped V-neckline with pockets. Design features the various stages of mitotic cell division. Available in women's size 0 - 5X.
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This is my 3rd dress from Svaha. I love the pockets! I got a lot of compliments on the color and print.
Do you want to know how I feel about this dress? Read Stephanie's review below. I, too, am shifting my wardrobe over to these dresses. They look great; the students love to figure out theme; they are so comfortable and practical; and I think I might be able to acquire enough to alternate them with my geeky teachers every other day for the whole school year.
I'm a HS science teacher and I've been slowly shifting my wardrobe over to these dresses. They are super comfortable, and fit really well. I'm 5'9" and have a large frame, and these dresses are long enough for me to feel comfortable reaching down and leaning over to help a student with something.
This dress fits beautifully and has a nice pattern and color. The dress is really comfortable and the pockets are a huge plus.
I've had my eye on this dress for a while and finally decided to spring for it before it (or its numbered-size incarnation) gets discontinued. It's the same cut as the Voyager dress, which I already own, so no surprises in the fit. The design is fun without being overwhelming, and it's a nice color on me. I do think the pockets (on this and other dresses) don't quite work with the cut of the dress. I think in general Svaha still has some work to do in that area.
Be prepared to get complimented on your cool genes in this awesome women's dress!
This Science-inspired tunic was designed to capture the inherent splendor of the DNA double helix. We turned the blueprints of life into an awesome horizontal stripe design. This dress was created to honor the brilliant work of Rosalind Franklin and to celebrate her contributions as a pioneer in the field of Molecular Biology. This organic cotton sleeveless dress features a flattering scooped V-neckline with pockets. However, the true beauty of this dress is in its genetics!
This organic cotton sleeveless dress features a flattering scooped V-neckline with pockets. The dark blue dress is printed with turquoise and yellow DNA double helix horizontal stripes.
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Caffeine awesomeness, without the jitters!
We’ve designed this caffeine molecule infinity scarf to celebrate the awesome, little alkaloid that puts pep in our step each morning! If you are one of the many of us who cannot comprehend starting your day without a glorious boost from coffee, or if you just think caffeine is a cool looking molecule (I mean, what’s not to like?!) - we’ve got the perfect scarf for you!
Rise, tilt, roll and twist just like a double helix in his comfy cardigan!
The DNA double helix is a wonder to behold and you will be too when you step out in this stylish genetically-inspired design representing what makes us human. A DNA molecule is made of two strands that wind around each other like a twisted ladder forming not just a wondrous and miraculous scientific discovery but a lovely pattern worthy of wearing and showing off to the world!
The semi-translucent DNA double helix symbols are printed on the fabric of this soft cardigan using a burnout technique which looks elegant and scientific all at once. Plus, it has pockets! Wrap yourself in what literally makes you who you are!
Everyone will be jelly of your glow-in-the-dark threads!
This science-inspired design was created to celebrate our favorite gelatinous zooplankton! Jellyfish have been around for over 500 million years. Besides floating lazily in the ocean current and occasionally giving beachgoers a startling sting, jellies are super energy-efficient hunters. A swarm of jellyfish even once took out a nuclear reactor - pretty impressive for a spineless creature! This glow-in-the-dark design shows off the beauty of the bioluminescent glow of these blobby predators.
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