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C Language Code Stripes Fit & Flare Dress

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Coders turn problems into features!

Coding is the lingo of the 21st century and we are pretty pleased that the tech world is becoming less and less male-dominated. Women of all backgrounds are starting to flock to Silicon Valley to give their male counterparts a run for their money. This dress was designed in honor of the fearless ladies of tech. It’s feminine, it’s fun, and is decorated with sassy lines of C Language. This code was written by one of our amazing customers, and it outputs the Fibonacci Series (i.e. the medieval math joke about how fast rabbits breed, which ended up giving us insight into nature, architecture, and efficiency). And yes, the code compiles! It’s the perfect ensemble for tech-savvy women!

This red organic cotton short-sleeve dress features a V-neckline and a snazzy flared skirt with pockets. Available in size women's size 0 - 5X.


Product Specifications  

  • Short-sleeve, red fit & flare dress
  • Features V-neckline and a flared skirt with functional pockets
  • Made from 100% organic cotton
  • Manufactured using eco-friendly organic dyes.
  • Screen-printed with C language code stripes
  • Tagless
  • Manufactured from soft, high-quality, stretchy fabric
  • Dress can be pulled over the neck and has no fasteners or zippers.
  • Preshrunk
  • Machine-washable, because we think your time is too valuable to spend at a dry cleaner!
  • Care Instructions: Machine wash cold inside out. Tumble dry low or lay flat to dry.
  • Imported

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12/04/2017
Esther B.
United States

Adorable and comfortable!

As usual, this Svaha dress is incredible. The material is so soft and comfortable, I feel like I'm wearing PJs to work. I am rather short (I barely break 5'1") so the dress falls longer than my usual style. However, it is so cute I can't help myself. I love the deep pockets which rest perfectly at my hips. I get complements every time I wear it.

S
10/25/2017
Stephanie
United States

Cute, comfy and subtly geek dress

Love this dress. I already had the Javascript dress (size 8), and because that one shrunk a bit in laundry, I bought one size bigger of this dress (size 10). Of course now it hasn't shrunk in laundry, haha :D But it's very comfy, and a better length for me (I'm 6'1), reaching to my knees. As for both this and Javascript dress; the pockets are awesome! So convenient :) This one is a little more subtle, and it takes people longer to notice that there is code on it. Especially from a distance it looks like white stripes on a red dress. Super cool though, just the word 'fibonacci' on it is already awesome :D My only complaint is that the code seems to have become a bit garbled in the design process, and words are out of order. I haven't attempted copying and seeing if it can somehow compile, but I am 99% sure that it won't, given that the #include comes after the declaration of 'int main', and the arguments for main are listed way later. So sometimes I pre-emptively tell people; yah it won't compile, when they start staring, or divert attention :P So for future dresses, I hope this won't be a thing again (I'd be happy to check after someone has moved stuff around during dress designing).

A
10/20/2017
Anonymous
United States

Love the pockets!

This is a great dress. Everyone wants to know where I get my science dresses. I am just happy that they fit nicely, not too short or long, and they have pockets!

ED
10/12/2017
Emily D.
Canada

Love My Dress

I love the fit and flare dresses. They are comfortable and a perfect length. I especially appreciate the pockets.

PF
10/09/2017
Phoebe F.
United States

Love the color and design

I got this for a friend in computer science. I love the different coding language choices and the fit and flare style.


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