The Ojikko dress is made of heavy, nicely draping cotton jersey in the Viita pattern. The dress has a V-neck with a wide facing finish and a box pleat that opens up into the hem below the neckline. There are pockets at the side seams and a central seam in the back. The A-line dress has a relaxed fit.
Antti Kekki got the idea for the Viita (thicket) pattern from thick and wildly growing plants. The pattern depicts the delicate early summer with its fresh bendy branches and buds about to blossom. Viita was created by combining compositions of different branches and blossoms cut from paper into a larger pattern.