International star, Nicole Scherzinger has teamed up with Missguided to create an iconic collection of sophisticated pieces which ooze sex appeal.

The pieces which have been co-designed by Misguided and Nicole contain elements of monochrome, cobalt blue, mesh, faux leather and bodycon dresses.

Where the collection mainly is in a monochrome and cobalt blue pallet, it offers an alternative to the bold colours and strong patterns associated with a spring collection. Personally however, I would have loved to see a few more cobalt blue pieces integrated within the dominated monochrome collection to make it more suitable for the spring/summer season.

Nonetheless some of these pieces would be great for us students. For example the bellow Faux Leather Biker Leggings in White with a cropped pastel or printed tee will make for a great casual look for wearing to lectures on a sunny spring day.


Other pieces which can be incorporated into your wardrobe for days at uni or days out with friends include the shift dress with fishnet panel in black and white, mesh panel mid skirt and asymmetric leather trim top which is also available in black and white.  These pieces can be matched with your usual day to day accessories and casual pieces.

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After all the hard work at the library with completing assignments, a student night out is well deserved and what better way to do it in style than with a Mesh Racer Crop Top with a midi skirt for a 2 piece look and a pair of heels. If you want to stand out however then the Bodycon Midi Dress in Cobalt Blue with a cross back detail or the Block Bodycon Mini Dress also in cobalt blue will be a perfect fit.

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The collection as a whole is iconic in the way it captures Nicole’s sophisticated style and her oozing sex appeal. No matter which pieces you choose to don when updating your wardrobe for the new season, you are bound to look sh-amazing in Misguided’s latest collection.

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