Into the Woods

Channel your inner Nomad with the latest winter wonders from Olivia Annabelle

If ever there was a season to bin the boring blacks and rock some patterns then we are slap bang in the middle of it, so if you are looking for something that extra bit special this Winter season, the Nomad Collection from Olivia Annabelle is just the ticket.

The custom-made collection is chock full of festive lace and frilly fancies from the For the Frill of It suit, great for work and post-office drinks and office Holiday parties to the gorgeous high-necked Ramble lace jumper, which is the kind of piece your friends will be desperate to emulate.

The collection features deep plums and purples fused with rich reds and textures galore from versitile stretch lace and velvet to robust cords and tartons and fanciful faux furs. A stand out weekend piece is the Exploration Jacket, fashioned from lightweight check and paisley in a bomber jacket style it’s perfect to pair with jeans or cords and for a custom piece is amazingly affordable at £135. Rest assured, you will turn heads when traveling home for Christmas!

Another extra special piece, again made to order, is the Jaunty Hem Midi Dress for £140. If you want a stand out frock for a festive do then this is it!

For a practical take on the Nomad trend, the Odyssey Coat is another winner we are currently swooning over here at the YCB offices. A great midi length to pair with skinny trousers it’s also super-flattering to all figures and cosy enough for a chilly winter’s day.

In a similar style, the Quest wrapover coat in brocade is cosy and comfortable and will liven up even the plainest of outfit, no scarf required!

The only thing left to do is start planning some winter walks and pub lunches to show off your sure to be sought-after new wardrobe.

To view the entire collection, click here! Happy shopping ladies. 

Emily Mccarrick

Emily Morgan is a freelance Writer and Editor with twenty years experience across brands from HELLO and SHAPE to Grazia, Time Out and Harper's Bazaar. She's currently based in the UK after spending seven-years living and working in Dubai.

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