The Color: For a touch of extra fun, this colorway contains six full stripes: it alternates pale feminine pink, baby blue, and sun-kissed gold with grey stripes in between (so pink/grey/blue/grey/gold/grey and back again). This colorway is a great combination of neutrals and pastels, beautiful in any light.
The Name: In "The Wedding of Sir Gawain and Dame Ragnelle," to save Arthur's life, Gawain has agreed to marry an ugly woman. But on their wedding night, Gawain finds his new wife is actually beautiful but can only be beautiful by night yet ugly by day or vice versa. Gawain allows Ragnelle to choose when she will be beautiful, so she chooses to be beautiful always. Because Gawain has given her the choice and thus sovereignty in her life, the enchantment she had been under was broken and she can go back to being her normal beautiful self.