[Disclosure: Svaha USA sent me two items for free to try in exchange for a review. All opinions are my own! Also, they have a referral program, where I get $15 off a future purchase and you get 20% off of $50+ purchase if you go through my referral link. (This link is the only time I use the referral link, every other link in this post is just a regular link.) Also you can sign up for the referral program too to earn points for yourself! Check the bottom right corner of their website to join Svaha Rewards.]
I first heard about Svaha USA when I read an article (I think it was this one) about new clothing companies trying to break gender stereotypes, including selling fun STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) clothes for women and girls. They were one of the new companies that grew out of a desire to provide science-related clothes for women and girls.
Anyway, after I followed them and a few of the other companies from that article on twitter, the folks at @SvahaUSA sent me a twitter message asking if I’d like to do a review. Of course I said yes!
So, here’s me modeling the Caffeine Molecule Infinity Scarf. I like it for a bunch of reasons: It’s science! But it also still looks really fashionable! It’s just the right length so that it’s not too tight or too loose. It’s a great conversation starter. At a friend’s house, they asked “Are those molecules?” And I said “Yes! It’s caffeine!”. Lots of fun!
And, here’s my daughter modeling something from their Baby collection: the Chemistry Lab Baby Bodysuit. This is the size 12 months, Ruffled version. She’s just about 16 months in this photo, but she’s small for her age. Super cute!
I’m glad that there are companies like Svaha out there making great clothes with science-related designs, especially for women and girls (but boys can get clothes from them, too! Plus they sell plenty of unisex shirts that men can wear, too!)
Thanks to Svaha for sending me these clothes! Glad you make STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, ART!, Math) clothes for everyone!
Where do you find your STEM clothes? Share your suggestions!