Calculation of Pi Rosalind Dress
We've already calculated the importance of dresses with pockets!
No need to wait until March - symbolize your love for the eternal by proudly wearing this lovely mathematical constant on your own figure. There’s nothing irrational about it - pi is a delicious way to start your day! Dare we say that 3.14 out of 4 mathematicians will approve of this design with endless praise? We’ll circle back and let you know!
This burgundy, organic cotton, dress with pockets features a v-neckline, short sleeves. Available in adult sizes XS-5X- "plus size clothes" available!
- Short sleeve, fit & flare dress with pockets featuring boat-neckline
- Color: Burgandy
- Made from 100% organic cotton
- Manufactured using eco-friendly organic dyes.
- Screen-printed with all-over-print calculation of pi design
- Manufactured from soft, high-quality, stretchy fabric
- Dress can be pulled over the neck and has no fasteners or zippers.
- Dress features deep functional pockets!
- Care Instructions: Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low or lay flat to dry.
ALSO AVAILABLE AS:
- Pi Day
I love this dress! It fits well and the pockets are great! If students ask me what the dress represents, I am going to offer a prize for the first one that can figure it out!
Great Dress, but size down
I love my dress, but it is too long. I am between the L and XL and went big for my first dress not knowing the fit. I should have got the Large. It fits a little loose and very comfy, but it is way too long on my 5.3 height.
My students all assume my dresses can help them on exams. Little do they know...they won't. It's still a fun, comfy dress.
Fit is perfect. I am 5 feet 2 and a half inches, 120 pounds. I absolutely love all the dresses I’ve gotten from Svaha. I wash normal and line dry and they are perfect!
I bought the Pi earrings, Pi necklace, Pi Leggings and Pi Dress in honor of Pi Day. The leggings don't go with the dress, but wearing the necklace, earrings and dress together looks fantastic. IEveryone loves the dress even though I do have to explain it more often than not. I guess not everyone is a math teacher ;)