Nicole Millers knows a thing or two about dressing women. She knows how to flatter a woman's body with a close, clean cut and understands that sometimes it's best to subtract rather than add.
In Miller's Spring 2012 collection, she keeps her focus on the body - highlighting hips, making waists look whittled, baring beautiful backs and showing off shoulders. She keeps it simple with narrow columns and soft empire line gowns. Her silk crepes come with built-in stretch for comfort and ease. Her one-sleeve mini sheath makes a great second dress, ideal for strutting your stuff all night long at the reception.
A favorite is the statuesque crepe column with a crisscross back and a free-flowing panel that drapes elegantly down your back. It's both spare and stunning. Her lace trumpet whispers romance rather than belting it out loud. The open, cutout back shows off your sexy side. True to form, Nicole Miller designed a gorgeous group of wearable wedding dresses that will ultimately be true to your form, too.