The Darling Fall 2014 Collection is bursting with vibrant prints and colors, delicate embroidery, audacious florals, elegant beading, and classic, feminine shapes. We love that several of her Spring 2014 pieces can seamlessly be transitioned into Fall. Nadia Moraes illustrates various themes, special touches, and masculine influences in her fall collection. Preppy goes super polished and graceful, while boyish staples add a masculine touch to a girlish look; the beauty of nature during the fall and the English countryside plays heavy in the collection; special touches including hand painting, stunning brocade, houndstooth, tartan, bamboo, and jacquard celebrates this collection’s English heritage.
Our favorite looks from the Darling Fall 2014 collection include the more adventurous pieces, including the painted on jacquard flared skirt with matching moto-style jacket and sheath dress, the uber-feminine lace dress (also seen on the designer), and the brocade jacket to match the pants featured earlier in this post.
Standouts in the collection include the super cool and sporty, Merlot-colored bomber jacket and matching pencil skirt for a bit of chic rebellion, and the cozy, oversized sweaters
British is invading the US and we welcome the takeover with open arms, if you are looking for a little invasion in your wardrobe, get to know Nadia Moraes and her Darling Collection.
Check out some more pieces, including coordinating accessories that tie back to looks from the Darling Fall 2014 collection.