House Of Ollichon: Lesbian/Bi Bridal Chic
Searching for something unique to wear to your wedding?
House of Ollichon is the only dress-less bridal collection offering brides a range of luxury bridal jumpsuits and two-pieces all handmade in London… without a dress in sight!
Using beautiful French laces, Italian fabrics and British embellishments, House of Ollichon promises to offer something for all those who feel a dress is simply too much fuss on their wedding day. They pride themselves on the best customer service, personal touches and affordable luxury.
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.
The collection includes contemporary jumpsuits, feminine but modern skirts, and even lace bridal culottes! House of Ollichon's range of separates is so versatile, you can mix and match all tops with all bottoms. Their new capsule collection launching in August 2017 will offer some super cool wide-legged palazzo pants plus their first jumpsuit with a detachable skirt.
House of Ollichon offers a modern and relaxed boutique experience in their pop-up showroom at the Hoxton Hotel in Shoreditch, central London. To book an appointment please contact Hannah@houseofollichon.co.uk.
Their beautiful range is increasingly popular throughout the bridal industry, has received unprecedented press coverage and is unsurprisingly popular with same-sex couples.
Check them out at houseofollichon.co.uk, we hope you find all you’re looking for!
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