Don’t get stranded!
It’s in our blood to design clothing to help you stand out in the crowd - and this one has all the necessary traits of a fabulous necktie! While deoxyribonucleic acid was first discovered in 1869, it would be another forty years until we understood its relationship to genetics and heredity, the literal building blocks of who we are. Ready to climb the “corporal” ladder? Show the world what you’ve got going on inside, at work or at chromo-home. Bonus: they go great with a pair of “genes”!
We have an inkling having these arms around your neck will squeeze your heart. Wrapping up a night out? Make sure to tell your dinner party that these amazing creatures taste via their suction cups (bonus points if they’re eating calamari at the time)! Later, slip away with the skills of an octopus, whose absence of a skeleton allows them to hide in the smallest of spaces, ready to ten-tackle your work the next day.
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A hole new world!
When massive stars collapse, black holes are created; these are jam-packed fields of mass with such a strong gravitational pull, not even light can escape. History was made in 2019 when scientist Dr. Katie Bouman processed the first ever image of a black hole within the galaxy M87. Be careful what you place within the pockets of this Black Hole dress - who knows how deep they go!
This black, astronomy-inspired dress features an all-over-print glow-in-the-dark stars and a black hole design on bottom corner of the dress with deep functional pockets. Available in adults' size XS-5X.
To activate glow-in-the-dark ink, expose the garment to direct light for 20 minutes.
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If you've remembered one thing from school, it's probably that the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell. These helpful organelles are responsible for converting the sugars, proteins, and fats we eat into the usable forms of energy we need to live. Additionally, they also cycle out old cells through a process called apoptosis in order to help prevent certain maladies. Channel your inner mitochondria with this print, and push through vital tasks with ex-cell-ence!
This navy blue, organic cotton, dress features a V-neckline, short sleeve, and a skirt with pockets. Design features light blue mitochondria all-over print design. Available in adults' sizes XS-5X.
Due to hygienic standards, we regret that it is not possible for us to accept returns on this item. Please reference our size chart before making your purchase.
COMPLETE THE LOOK!
Need some constants in your life?
Needing some rational footwear for the office, minus the boring part? Trying to bridge the divide between formality and functionality? We’ve had a number of requests for some additional solutions to this problem, and in the end it was easy as Pi! Sure to please any number of mathematicians in your life!
Each set includes one of each style:
Available in sizes S (W 5-9) and L (W 9+ / M 7+)