Susan plans her IGIGI strategy for Weetacon 2014

It’s time once again for the Weetacon Igigi fix.  This year I’m going back to dressier picks rather than office wear.  I don’t know why but maybe I’m going to have an active social life this summer.

First choice is IGIGI’s Regina Dress in Ruby Argentan Lace.  I am crazy for red dresses and bought some hot red heels at a summer clearance sale last fall that have been whispering to me all winter.  This gorgeous red dress will be just the thing with those shoes and some matching nail polish.  Let’s face it…I look fabulous in red and can’t wait to make a few dinner dates wearing this dress.

Second on the list is the IGIGI Olympia Maxi Dress.  Mint is a new color for me and I look forward to finding some new accessories to go with this dress.  My height has been a bit of a problem wearing Igigi so I think this ankle length hi-low dress should fit me somewhere about mid-calf and will be a great addition to my summer wardrobe.

My next pick is the IGIGI Leigh Lace Dress in Gold.  What more can a girl ask for?  A dress with a black lace overlay with a scalloped hem and low-cut neckline…perfect for a moonlight stroll along the river walk.  It’s going to be a romantic summer.

If you were me and going to Weetacon, which would you pick to wear? Or should I go with something else on the IGIGI website? Post your picks in the comments section.

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4 Comments

  1. Susan, that Leigh Lace Dress would look amazing on you!

  2. Oooh la la – the fancy! I agree with Shae – the Leigh Lace Dress would look smashing on you. And it’s definitely the fanciest of the three. Make that your first choice!

  3. I don’t know you but your friends say 3. My first pick was 2 but I can see that at outdoor concerts, bbq’s, strolling along the XXXX (fill in with where you stroll in your area). I really love 2. I think it has more diversity.

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