Nicole Miller features esquisite jewelry at Accessorie Circuit

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Courtesy: Daniel Quintanilla

Gems & Jewelry With Effortless Appeal

Nicole Miller showcased their fall/ winter 2017-2018 collection today at UBM‘s NY Women’s “Accessorie Circuit” at the Javits Center here in New York City.

This edition of Nicole Miller jewelry originates from her New York line based on the artillian collection, but at a lower pricing point with holiday inspiration, Swarovski Crystals, and dressy & everyday elements representing Nicole Miller’s taste.

With the jewelry line broken up into capsule, artillian, and New York, the standouts with NM are stacking rings, velvet chokers, and earrings which are pre-fall to fall, plus the baguette has caused quite a commotion among consumers.

As the holidays roll around, more bling is involved being more metals, and gemstones make themselves at home surrounding by the extra effort of hardware crafted up.

The original Nicole Miller collection at its low price point strives to be fun, and have a high-end fine jewelry feel without wiping out your entire paycheck.

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Courtesy: Daniel Quintanilla

The Kiera Collection

Nicole Miller also has another jewelry brand named Kiera, being a sterling silver line consisting of 2 collections.

Kiera New York is a delicate line that’s either uptown for everyday sophisticated pieces, or downtown for the latest trends, the other is Kiera Couture which are extravagant pricey gemstone-focused statement pieces.

Yours truly here at Daniel+Lauren was curious about emeralds in the Kiera Couture, the emeralds here are cubic zirconia which is a simulated emerald, a type of crystal that’s closest to the emerald color.

Currently, Kiera Couture is striving to incorporate sapphire and rubies into their jewelry, without having to use simulated crystals, it’s a more involved process and pricier too, but it’s something that’s worth looking out for.

Daniel Quintanilla

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