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nicole by Nicole Miller Spring 2012 Lookbook

Take a look at the nicole by Nicole Miller Spring 2012 lookbook, showing the designer's signature bold prints, pretty palette and breezy silhouettes for us to look forward to come warmer weather. Taking a relaxed yet urban approach to spring dressing, the brand pairs flowy asymmetric tops with slim black bottoms, and abstract print maxi dresses with retro platform wedges. I love the graphic striped maxi skirt and the slimming blue and black colorblock sheath dress. All the apparel, shoes and bags in these looks are part of the nicole by Nicole Miller line and will be available for purchase online at and/or in stores from now through April. Which pieces are on your to-buy list?

Photos courtesy of JCPenney
Love that first dress! It's not up on the site yet tho, waah.
#1 Allie on 2012-01-16 14:08 (Reply)
The first floral dress is available in March!
#1.1 Lauren (Homepage) on 2012-01-18 11:48 (Reply)
Adore the first off the shoulder blouse, the one with the teal? pattern and the shoulder strap. I also like the first dress alot.
#2 danielle on 2012-01-16 15:52 (Reply)
LOVE the striped skirt and cardigan!
#3 Clearance Couture (Homepage) on 2012-01-16 18:41 (Reply)
Love the second dress! Very flattering and def has a slimming effect! I find amazing dresses and deals at JCP, especially for vacation! I'm looking forward to this new collection!

#4 Adriana (Homepage) on 2012-01-16 19:21 (Reply)
That first dress is so cute! This looks like a pretty promising collection.
#5 K (Homepage) on 2012-01-17 00:25 (Reply)
LOVED the striped skirt!!! NEED!!!
#6 Christy Leach (Homepage) on 2012-01-17 10:49 (Reply)
I am in love with this entire collection. My favorite dresses are the very first one and the leopard maxi dress!
#7 Berty Morales (Homepage) on 2012-01-17 12:20 (Reply)
That blue/black dress is MINE.
#8 Alys on 2012-01-25 20:52 (Reply)
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