This dress is a real page turner!
We’ve noticed a pattern with our fans - you keep circling back to see what’s new. Let the balance be restored when you center your attention with our newest reading-inspired design! The word mandala comes from Sanskrit meaning "circle." They have a concentric structure that symbolize unity and harmony. Since that’s how most of us feel when we read, we thought it was the perfect combination! We definitely think you’ll want to check this book dress out!
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Dress fit well in all the important places. Was a bit long in the arms for a 3/4 sleeve and was longer in general than expected, but still fit nice. Fabric feels heavy duty but not in a bad way- feels durable but still comfortable. The pattern is very cool. Great color combination. And of course, I love the functional pockets- was able to keep baby’s pacifier and burp cloth in one with keys and phone in the other without issues.
I received this dress as a birthday gift, and I'm so happy! I love the colors and the design, and I get so many compliments. It does fit me a little larger than expected, but as someone else suggested, a nice waist belt can fix that right up. It's very comfortable, and of course, the pockets! Just another example of why I continue to shop from Svaha.
Love the fabric and the pattern! I was afraid of ordering too small, so I went a size up and it was too big (and looked a bit like a night gown :)) but with a waist belt it's perfect and very flattering!
The colors of this dress are really beautiful and vibrant in person. It doesn't have a defined waist like many of the other dresses but it fits well. My only issue was that it seemed to fit much longer than my other Svaha dresses. I am 5'4" and it came down to mid-calf. I may eventually get it hemmed, but the print is worth it! And pockets!
Love love love this dress. It is a more relaxed fit than some of the others I have purchased. Also, the pockets are placed a little lower and seem larger, which just makes them that much easier to use. Can't say enough great things about this dress.
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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Note: Printed upside-down, but right-side up if you're looking down ;-)
SINE OF THE TIMES!
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 and a skirt with pockets. Available in women's size XS-5X.
Being a bookworm is very much in style!
Whether fighting a dragon in a far away castle or traveling forward in time, cracking open a book can take you to a whole new world. Playfully adorned with colorful bookends, this dress was inspired by a real-life librarian and designed with loyal readers in mind. This bookshelf design is sure to elicit the imagination of any kid who loves to read, both in and outside of the lines.
This organic cotton, short sleeve twirl dress features a scooped round neckline and deep functional pockets. Design features bookends sitting on a shelf. Black leggings with pockets included. Available in kids' size 2 years-11/12 years.
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Looking for the perfect accessory to wander the stacks, or just something novel to wear to book club? Bibliophiles, we’ve got you covered with our tribute to the largest library in the world, featuring a design based on the Library of Congress Classification system used to organize their 38 million books. Librarians, please forgive us; it’s hard to stay quiet about this epic scarf that’s sending tingles up our spines. Check it out quick - this best seller will fly off the shelves!