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IGIGI by Yuliya Raquel’s In Full Bloom Collection Tells a Tale of Love and Romance


IGIGI by Yuliya Raquel’s In Full Bloom Collection Tells a Tale of Love and Romance

Igigi Chelsea Dress in Ombre FloralIGIGI by Yuliya Raquel’s In Full Bloom is a playful and feminine collection of curve enhancing dresses and separates dedicated to a dreamy Spring 2014 of love and romance. Florals, optic prints, and bright colors come together in harmonious pieces to make women express their view of love and emotions through their clothes. Gorgeous plus-model Kailee O’Sullivan of MUSE Model Management moves charmingly through the campaign shoot that takes inspiration from Floriography where flowers are used as symbols to express affection. Each flower has a meaning of its own and unveils a layer of alluring and mysterious womanly love. Designed and made in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA, In Full Bloomis now available in sizes 12-32 at Price range is $52-$225.

Igigi Chelsea Dress in Fuego“We were truly inspired by the positive energy 2014 brought for this collection. And what better time to indulge in the theme of love than Spring, the season of love and romance when anything has a possibility to bloom! We really wanted to have lots of color and vibrancy. We aim to inspire and provide our customers with clothes that not only look great but also make them feel great. Don’t be afraid to stand out is our withstanding motto.” says the IGIGI by Yuliya Raquel Design Team.

In Full Bloom includes new separates like the Carmen Top, a combination of print blocking, layering, billowy sleeves and a tuxedo style back vent, and the Domani Top Coat, a water-resistant jacket that takes on Spring’s showers. There are also dresses for all occasions, like the work-friendly Brenda Dress with asymmetric shirring detail in a bright jade shade, the Wren wrap dress with a Johnny collar in a distinctive peacock feather print, and the Thalia Gown, an elegant choice for special events. Other new design elements in the collection include metallic piping, and inverse print mixing.

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