Igigi Blogger on
October 26, 2015
It’s a week of plus size Halloween costume inspirations from IGIGI! We’ve created 7 DIY plus size Halloween costumes you can make using IGIGI dresses you already own.
Check out our costumes below.
Cruella De Vil
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Jane Janeczko on
October 22, 2013
So you want a cute Halloween costume (duh), but you don’t necessarily want to go-out wearing some variation of lingerie, nor do you want to spend a lot of money on something you’re only going to wear once. Trust me, I know the struggle is real, but look no further, for here is my top 10 list of cute, (mostly) DIY, plus-size Halloween costumes.
1. Sock Hop Sweetie
Is there anything cuter than a poodle skirt? If you want to emulate Sandy in Grease, try picking up a poodle skirt from a vintage or thrift shop. Some of them may be a little on the expensive side, especially if you opt for vintage, but this is a skirt that you could wear outside of Halloween as well. If you don’t want to drop the cash, try buying or making a poodle patch and sewing it onto a black skirt that you already have. Pair it with a white collared shirt, a baby pink cardigan, and a preppy pair of oxfords. (Going as “Bad Sandy” is pretty easy, too, since all it takes is some black jeans, a leather jacket, red lipstick, and some big, blonde, curls.)
Jane Janeczko on
September 23, 2013
There is a definite lack of visibility of plus-size bodies in the entertainment industry. Very few confident, plus-size women appear on popular, mainstream TV shows and movies. And even when plus-size women are depicted, their size is often a major plot point rather than their personality (thank goodness for Retta’s unapologetically fabulous portrayal of Donna Meagle on the NBC comedy Parks and Recreation). Due to this lack of representation, many plus-size women with an interest in fashion often take to the Internet via blogging sites like Tumblr, or other social media sites like Instagram, in order to give both their bodies and their fashion sense the attention and visibility they deserve. One such blogger is Allie Krystal, a 23-year-old political science undergrad at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario, who blogs via Tumblr and Instagram at the handle “Ailurophile with Style.”
Allie feels that all plus-size women and men have faced size discrimination at one point or another while shopping. Credit: Allie Krystal