In my ongoing quest for the unique and quirky, I've been on the search for something just that little bit different.
In social media wedding groups I often read of brides saying they're not a "big dress" type of girl, they want something lightweight to marry abroad, or they're having a register office wedding and don't want a full on fancy dress.... Some want to change for the evening of their wedding and feel comfortable yet still bridal to party on into the early hours....... well I may just have stumbled upon the perfect designer for you ladies!
The awarded House of Ollichon is the only dress-less bridal collection offering brides and bridesmaids a range of luxury bridal jumpsuits and two-pieces all handmade in London.
Using beautiful French laces and British embellishments the House of Ollichon bridal collection promises to offer something for all those who feel a dress is simply too much fuss on their wedding day.
Hannah Ollichon founded the company in 2015 after her own Town Hall wedding, “A big dress seemed too fussy for Islington Town Hall and then the pub afterwards but I still wanted something special. There was nothing out there for the ‘chilled’ bride that bridged the gap between high street and big bridal.”
As Hannah experienced herself, bridal trends are changing rapidly; we want to feel relaxed and comfortable without compromising on feeling incredibly special, being able to dance like crazy and not spend a fortune on one outfit for one day.
House of Ollichon offers all of this with a modern experience, a personal touch and affordable luxury.
I'm so excited to I have been given their seal of approval to share their brand new capsule collection with you, which has just been launched following their 2nd birthday . With as they themselves describe "Our fiercest designs yet…..a gorgeous suit, palazzo trousers, cape, detachable skirt/train and more!"
So here's a sneak peek at the stunning new collection.... remember you saw it here first!
Make up artist Amy L Wilkinson
For more details on the amazing designer , please visit the House of Ollichon website