It's hard to even remember the time when "nerd" and "geek" were serious insults. The nerds are now bajillionaires, and thousands of baby girls are now named Ada in honor of Ada Lovelace.
So go own this label! Be the nerdy, geeky, snarky lady that is you. Ignite the fireworks in your head and show 'em all what you got! And if the thing you've got is a PhD, well ... congratulations, Dr.
The Betty Collection: I Believe in Science Molecule Necklace in Silver or Brass - $43.95
Hail Sagan Bracelet - 16.95
Hand-stamped cuff bracelets are both crafty and nerdy! And if you "hail Sagan," you can annoy your conservative relatives in more ways than one!
Marie Sklodowska Curie, better known as Marie Curie, is the genius behind two radioactive elements: polonium and radium. She was also the geek who, despite secretly taking classes at the University of Warsaw because they only accepted men, still emerged victorious and graduated at the top of her class. A huggable mastermind.
Augusta Ada Byron, Countess of Lovelace—better known as "Ada Lovelace" is considered as the first Computer Programmer. She translated an article on Babbage's analytical engine from the original French text into English, and also added her own thoughts and ideas on the machine. True geek guaranteed!
These dolls measure 11" and are dressed specific to the era they lived in and when they became famous. The best dolls for kids or adults to be delighted and inspired!
Channel your inner Jyn Erso with these scarves that are soft and lightweight. Destroy all the Death Stars in the world and rock that inner Rogue in you. They also showcase funky design and colors that are truly space-like.
No getup is complete without a badass pair of socks! I bet you all the Jedi knights and heroines had socks on inside those kickass leather boots - even Yoda! These socks are a mixture of cotton, nylon and spandex and would give your feet the comfort they deserve. So go get one of these and may the force be with you!
Go and be grateful to the nerdy, geeky, freakishly amazing women that lived before you and have graciously stirred history. Because of them, being called a nerd or a geek today ain't so bad at all - it's an honorary badge we're oh so proud of.