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Eloquii Taps Real Women to Model Latest Collection: See the Plus-Size Spring Fashion Trends

ELOQUII features six bloggers for their newest look book.
Clothing company Eloquii went directly to its customer base, tapping real women to model the brand's spring 2015 plus-size fashion collection.

Sorry, crop tops — this spring, it’s all about the midi skirt. 

Eloquii, the go-to plus-size fashion brand, went directly to its fanbase when casting models for the Spring 2015 lookbook. 

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Six women, who are also fashion-minded bloggers, put their own spin on the midi skirt. Sarah Conley of Style It, Liz Black of P.S. Its Fashion, Clementine Desseaux of Bonjour Clem, Kellie Brown of And I Get DressedChante Burkett of Everything Curvy and Chic, and Margie Ashcroft of, who styled the entire loobook, gathered to have a #MidiMoment for the lookbook. 

Spring is all about the #midimoment according to plus-size fashion brand Eloquii.

“The midi has gone from being a trend item to a wardrobe staple for spring and summer, ” the brand’s Creative Director, Jodi Arnold, told Yahoo Style. “It’s one of those items that a girl wears and instantly feels chic and put together.” 

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Brown, who sported a pleated floral skirt in the shoot feels Eloquii understands its customers’ needs. “[Eloquii] does a great job at both employing and consulting with stylish, plus-size women, which I think makes them a lot more fearless in their approach to design,” And I Get Dressed blogger told The Huffington Post. 

Eloquii tapped plus-size fashion models for their take on the midi skirt trend for spring.

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Style It founder Conley, who wears a lime green skirt in the lookbook, echoed her fellow model’s stance. “Fashion is about self-expression, but you don’t see that represented in the market,” she explained. “I’d love to see plus-size brands wake up and realize that if they want to offer fashion (as so many claim to do), they need to have a point of view.”