Friday, February 6, 2015

Rozae Nichols on Buffy the Vampire Slayer

A designer that can be seen featured on a few occasions in Buffy the Vampire Slayer is Rozae Nichols. One of the first spots I notice Sarah Michelle Gellar wearing the designer label was in the season 3 episode "The Wish".

While at the Bronze, Buffy can be seen wearing what appears to be a green, crushed velvet cami by the designer. The top features floral embellishments and a silk trim. The top, is of course, hard to find since it is now considered vintage.

Another Rozae Nichols top can be found worn by Buffy, yet again. In the season 2 episode, "Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered",

In the episode, Buffy matches a scarf with a brown, velvet, Rozae Nichols leather strap cami. Buffy always did have a great eye for fashion.

Angel: "By the way, I really like your dress."
Buffy: "Yeah, yeah. Big hit with everyone."

And let's not forget about good ole Willow
In the season 7 episode, "Lies my Parents Told Me", Willow wears Rozae Nichols from head to toe.

Both the sheer red top and the floral skirt are by Rozae Nichols. For a gal who loves fuzzy sweaters, Will is surprisingly quite the fashion aficionado.

Gif Source: MorbidlySad


  1. Rozae Nichols definitely must have been a favorite brand. I can actually think of one other top Gellar wears in the series that's by that same designer - her sheer, gold, knot-front top in "Wrecked". Sadly, I've only ever seen one of those for sale and the seller wanted an insane price for it. Still, I always loved that blouse. I might have considered buying it anyway if it hadn't been a few sizes too big!

    1. The knotted Rozae Nichols top is totally gorgeous! I agree though. That was a ridiculous price the seller wanted. Such a shame.

    2. It really was a shame. The brand as a whole is a little hit or miss for me (I'm not too crazy about velvet and I'd give a miss to that RN floral sheer crewneck that Buffy wears in the opening scene of "Crush", for instance) but the "Wrecked" knot-front top I absolutely *loved*.