When boho meets chic, it acquires one of its faces as the extremely creative and catchy Nicole Miller pre-fall 2014 collection. Here is how she explains the choice of the mishmashes applied here, “I wanted it to look like she dressed herself, mixing new pieces with vintage.” So if this was the aim, then the results are more than satisfying. This line is all about glittery beads, embroidery, sequins, and delicate prints, taken parallelly with relaxed silhouettes, classic combinations, boho-inspired details, and very feminine vibes.
Apart from being interestingly shaped, the pieces are very spectacularly colored, too. Thus, the opening image of the Nicole Miller pre-fall 2014 collection introduces a sleeveless dress cut at knee level, having a very curious blurry-checkered pattern, transparency-added top, and fringed hems. The peculiar headwear accompanying the look is a very resourceful way of accentuating the stylish inclination too. Later comes the combination including an embroidered top with skinny pants and a belted outerwear garment resembling a front split poncho. Further, we can see the sophisticated beadwork with sequins applied to skinny pants matched with the long-sleeved T-shirt of fuchsia with white, topped by a very comfy and cute coat of a mosaic like design.
The sensual open back part of the next top coming paired with a miniskirt adorned with some modernized variants of boho designs is the following stunner. So is the floral-with-checks alternative applied to a shirt, which appears matched with slouchy pants having the identical checkered prints on. The matching boho hat is what this duo needs the most for the ultimately chic interpretation of the bohemian hues. The matching boots, appearing in a nice diversity suiting the garments are also in the list of perfect playmates for these vintage-inspired garments.
Thus, the Nicole Miller pre-fall 2014 collection comes as a pleasant surprise for those who intend to opt for some boho looks this season, surprising everyone with the cute and feminine variations that may be created with such garments. The most evident proof for that kind of mishmashes to be absolutely possible is the strikingly creative array suggested by Nicole Miller.
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