Earlier this week, IGIGI launched their absolutely decadent 2011 Holiday Collection, inspired by Parisian femininity and 60s-70s glamor. The collection includes lace, metallics and rich colors – from cocktail gowns to separates and accessories, all designed to turn heads this holiday season. What more does a girl need?
When I started getting into buying my clothes online almost four years ago (wow, time flies!), IGIGI was one of the very first companies I ordered from. Without fail – every season there are a few pieces from IGIGI on my wishlist. Now I just need the fancy life where wearing gorgeous gowns on a regular basis is more realistic, right? But as a college student that isn’t likely.
Here is what designer Yuliya Raquel had to say about the 2011 Holiday Collection:
“During the creation of this collection, I envisioned a powerful, sensuous and beautiful woman evoking the womanly charm and luxurious beauty of decades gone by. This collection captures what it means to be a confident and sensual contemporary woman in love with a time when beauty was conveyed with the swivel of a hip and the sparkle of the eyes creating a luxurious being in one’s own femininity.”
I think she succeeded in conveying that message, do you? One thing I really love about IGIGI by Yuliya Raquel are the classic, timeless pieces that truly stand the test of time. Not to mention the fabrics and quality of the garments, which are sewn right here in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Here is a peek at the 2011 Holiday Collection, featuring model Kailee O’ Sullivan. The pieces are available in sizes 12-32 US and prices range from $65 to $250. You can see the rest at IGIGI.com.
My favorite piece from this collection is without a doubt the Leigh Lace Dress in Gold or maybe the red? It is a tough choice! And I’m impervious to sequins… so the Minelli Sequin Skirt and Vivienne Clutch in Bronze are up there as well.
Don’t forget – IGIGI is having a sale this weekend, until 11/28/11. Get 25% off selected items that are already up to 70% off with the coupon “MAJORSALE”.
What are your favorite pieces from the IGIGI Holiday Collection?