One of the things that concerns brides most after finding the perfect dress is figuring out what hairstyle to wear with it, because a hairstyle can make or break the look. When the time comes to choose a hairstyle, it’s important to keep in mind what will flatter you most, depending on your face shape, dress style, and what kind of accessories you will be wearing (veil, comb, earrings, etc.) In this post we will show you some of the hair trends that are being sported by today’s most stylish brides.
This is without a doubt, one style that is winning. The sleek and simple style is comfortable, versatile, and can weather the storm and last you the whole night. With so many ways to wear it, a ponytail can accommodate any dress style but look especially elegant with a high neckline or long sleeves.
With the rise of the alternative indie bride, braids have become a very trendy option as a wedding hairstyle. Braids are a fun and youthful hairstyle that go perfectly with indie or vintage dress styles. Wear your braids slightly undone for a cool and effortless look. If really want to embrace your inner hippie, add a flower crown.
Without a doubt the most timeless and classic style, buns are a very versatile option that can suit every kind of bride and dress style, whether it’s vintage, classic, embellished, or modern. Anything goes!
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- Hair Down
Every wedding season, we see more brides giving up heavily hair sprayed up-dos to wear their hair down, and we don’t blame them. Not only is it comfortable and practical, but it achieves a free and relaxed look that you can’t get with any other style. Wearing hair down is ideal for boho-chic brides. To make it more refined and unique, add a comb, flower, or veil.
They’re not for everyone, but when done right, bangs are pretty great. If you’re looking for something uncommon that your guests will remember, bangs are the way to go. Bangs work well on round and oval faces. Wear it in a low bun or down with a flower crown for a fun and unique bridal look.
Which of these styles would you choose for your big day?