In ancient mythology, the Igigi were deities to be worshipped. As the old adage goes, the more things change, the more they stay the same, as today full-figure brides feel like goddesses when they tie the knot in IGIGI creations.
Since its launch in 2000, the clothing company has catered to curvaceous clients in search of attire that will enhance their ample assets, including such famous physiques as Hairspray‘s Nikki Blonsky, who donned designs by IGIGI’s creator Yuliya Zeltser for red carpet appearances at the Critics’ Choice Awards and the Screen Actors Guild Awards, and chanteuse Jill Scott, who looked regal in a burgundy crown jewels gown when she graced the cover of Essence magazine.
Available in sizes 14 – 32, plus-size brides will be voluptuous visions in IGIGI’s lace wedding dress, made with a diaphanous overlay accented with lace flowers, which gives an ethereal illusion to the empire waist gown. For the bride contemplating a beach wedding, the charming crochet lace dress features an off-the-shoulder neckline and flutter sleeves that dance in the breeze as you say “I do,” while the sensuous feel of a velvet shrug enhances the elegance of a lace and velvet gown, which would harmonize with more formal surroundings.
Figure-flattering frocks are also available for members of the wedding party. Bridesmaids can walk down the aisle in style in any of IGIGI’s range of chiffon and satin floor-length or cocktail style silhouettes.
For more information:
• visit: www.igigi.com
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