Trigonometry Fit & Flare Dress
Trigonometry Fit & Flare Dress
SINE OF THE MATH TIMES = dresses with pockets!
FINAL SALE - NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES
Note: Printed upside-down, but right-side up if you're looking down ;-)
Over 2000 years ago, mathematicians recognized a fascinating property of triangles: if the length of at least one side and degree of one angle was known, the other four could be precisely calculated. This is Trigonometry, and the modern world couldn’t exist without the fields of science that rely on it: astronomy, geography, architecture and economics, just to name a few. Add this design to your own curves before our ratio reaches 0:0!
This black, organic cotton, 3/4 length sleeve dress features a scooped V neckline dress with pockets. Available in women's size XS-5X.
- 3/4 length sleeve, black, fit & flare women's dress with pockets
- Color: Black
- Features V-neckline dress with functional pockets
- Made from soft, high-quality 100% organic cotton
- Manufactured using eco-friendly organic dyes.
- Screen-printed with graphs of trigonometry equations and formulas all-over-print design
- Machine Washable
- Care Instructions: Machine wash cold inside out. Tumble dry low or lay flat to dry.
I like it
This is the first dress I've purchased from Svaha. The print is upside-down, but the description says so at the top, in big red letters - maybe it wasn't like that yet when the other buyer ordered it? The sizing was spot-on; I went off the measurements in the chart, and it fits. The cut is simple. I think the waist flare-out is a bit high, but that may just be the way I'm built. Also, I prefer a dress that hits just below the knee (and this one hits just above) - but again, that's personal preference, and nothing at all wrong with this dress. I love the print, and the pockets, and how easy this is to wear.
Dress is fine, fabric is directional and upside down
The dress is what I expect of Svaha; fits nice, comfy, has pockets. The fabric print is directional, though, and the dress was made upside down. All the sigmas are backwards, the graphs are upside down, the diagrams are upside down. I suppose I would've noticed this if i'd looked closer at the picture (it's upside down in their product pictures). I'll wear it, and I suppose i'll just tell people that it's so I can look it rather than everyone else.
The dress is okay. I'm not wild about the fabric. My main complaint is that just a couple days after I purchased the dress, it was listed in a BOGO sale. So, anyone buying it just a couple days after I did got a free dress with their purchase. Most companies advertise sales in advance, or offer sales benefits to customers who missed the sale by less than a week in order to prevent having customers who feel slighted. I made this suggestion, and the woman just kept coming back at me with "Policy...policy...policy." Policy isn't equal to good business practice though, and that's what I was trying to communicate, but she didn't seem to want to hear it. Instead, she offered me a 10% off promo code, but I wouldn't shop here again.