Binary Rosalind Dress

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There are 10 types of people in this world: those who own this binary dress and those who don't! We wanted to pay homage to some of the most significant women in computing history, so why not have a little fun by displaying their names in binary code?

This contrasting print showcases Ada Lovelace, known as the first computer programmer; Grace Hopper, the inventor of the compiler; Joan Clarke, who played a vital role in cracking Nazi codes during WWII; Mary Jackson, the aerospace engineer who became the first black female engineer at NASA; Anniw Easley, a computer scientist and mathematician who developed code for researching energy-conversion systems; Jean Sammet, who developed the FORMAC programming language; and Frances Allen, the first woman to receive the Turing Award for her work on optimizing compilers.

This dress is not just a piece of clothing; it's a symbol of progress, empowerment, and representation. Wearing it is a statement of support for the women who have fought and continue to fight for equality in STEAM fields, and we hope that you'll proudly don this whether you're a programmer or not!

Product Specifications 

  • Short sleeve, fit & flare dress with pockets
  • Made from 100% cotton
  • Manufactured using eco-friendly organic dyes.
  • Color: Green with light green binary code design 
  • The dress has a seam at the waist
  • Tagless
  • Manufactured from soft, high-quality, stretchy fabric
  • Dress can be pulled over the neck and has no fasteners or zippers.
  • Preshrunk
  • Machine-washable
  • Care Instructions: Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low or lay flat to dry.
  • Imported

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