House of Ollichon
May 11, 2016
When Elle from the Boho team came across House of Ollichon, it’s all we heard about for weeks; and rightly so. Hannah & Abby met on a hen do several years ago, fuelled by booze and the sun they instantly hit it off. During market research to create the company Hannah emailed recently engaged ladies, Abby’s reply was the beginning of this whole journey. They launched the company at the end of August 2015 after a good year’s hard work before. When I asked Hannah what start her love for bridal fashion, I was shocked by the laugh that followed. Hannah explained that it was her frustration with bridal fashion and her love for jumpsuits that led to the launch of the company. Hannah married her ‘lovely French hubs’ – in Islington Town Hall before a big wedding in France. She was tasked with the job of finding something affordable but a little more special than high street. She didn’t want a dress, only something trendy that would suit both a registry office and a party in the pub. For a bohemian wedding House of Ollichon’s separates offer a more relaxed vibe than a full length dress. The lace suggests vintage whilst the full skirt offers a floaty and fun feel. The jumpsuits offer style with class and comfort, sophistication with edge. House of Ollichon kindly gave us their Le Fay skirt for a photo shoot and I can honestly say that our model felt a million in it. The Le Fay offers a perfect balance between fashion forward bridal attire and a traditional product. The piece is named after Hannah’s Mum-in-Law Nadine who is an incredibly classy lady but has a very mischievous side to her character – sounds like someone we’d like to meet! See the advert featuring the beautiful Le Fay in Rock n Roll Bride, Milton Keynes Train Station Platform 5 and London Euston! Watch this link below to watch an insight into the House of Ollichon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJldNl2w50Y&feature=youtu.be
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