Guest Edit: Authentically Emmie Talks About Dresses for Charity

Posted by on April 7, 2014

Step by Step offered dresses to single moms.

Step Into Beautiful

This past weekend, my friend Elizabeth and I went to ”Step Into Beautiful,” an event put on by Step by Step Lexington. Step by Step is an organization where young single mothers ages 14 to 24 find the encouragement they need to accomplish their dreams. It’s a tea and fashion show, along with celebration of some of the moms who graduated from the program and gone on to do incredible things. It’s the organization’s key annual fundraiser.

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Top Five Dresses for an Oval Shape!

Posted by on April 4, 2014

Top Five Dresses for an Oval Shape!

Are you an oval shape? If you are, you don’t want to miss this post! We picked our best dresses that fit and flatter the oval shape. Here are the top five styles for a chic oval!

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Step into Spring as a Fresh Sophisticate | Spring 2014

Posted by on April 2, 2014

We are so excited to share our Spring 2014 Collection, “The Fresh Sophisticate”, with you!

The Fresh Sophisticate Spring 2014

Shot on set in at IGIGI HQ, The Fresh Sophisticate features beautiful dresses, separates and gowns for all your spring flings.

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Plus Size Separates for Different Styles and Occasions!

Posted by on April 1, 2014

Plus Size Separates

Let’s us dive into the world of plus size separates! From work to play, easy tops and comfortable bottoms can be perfect for any occasion. Take a look at our top 4 favorite looks to work with this season!

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Guest Edit: Wendy Bix Talks About Plus Size Models

Posted by on March 31, 2014

IGIGI Presents the Real Life Plus Size Models of  Weetacon

By Wendy Bix
Plus Size Models
(Source: Dorothy Combs)

Let’s face facts: Not even size two ladies look remotely like the size two models strutting down the runway at New York Fashion Week. Obviously, not every size fourteen woman looks like a plus size model either.

Models basically make their living by being genetically gifted and achieving that golden ratio with their symmetrical features – whether they’re a standard size model or a plus size model. I mean, I’m not symmetrical. My left eye is shaped different than my right one. My left boob is just a little different than the other one. Weirdly enough, I have this bizarre bit of fat on one hip that doesn’t exist on the other (thanks to also sleeping on one side, according to my GP).

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