I used the following code to disable the plugin’s own styling.
// Disable Simple Social Icons default styling
add_filter( ‘simple_social_disable_custom_css’, ‘__return_true’ );
It hides the options you normally see in the widget for size and alignment, which is fine. However, it doesn’t get rid of them entirely. For some reason (and this only just happened today) after updating Genesis, the plugin has started adding in .alignleft by default. I was only able to change it back to my preference (alignright) by commenting out the code above, updating the widget and then uncommenting the code again!
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