Wedding hair inspo from couture week
You’ll fall in love with these looks, we promise.
The loose updos at Armani Privé are best for more laidback brides who would rather call off the wedding than wear a chignon. Bonus: all the height at the crown of the head can make you look taller.
For the bride who wants to make an entrance: Try Sam McKnight’s “fluffy cloud” updos from Chanel. Who needs a veil when you have a Chanel bow?
Half-up, half-down is super flattering on every face type and keeps your hair out of your face because believe me you’ll be nervous and keep touching it.
A side part, like this look from Elie Saab, is a fast way to add some glam to your look. The red lip also helps.
Committing to a spouse is easy compared to committing to a braid along the forehead, like this look from Ralph & Russo. But if done properly, it’s perfect for the boho bride.
Planning a vintage wedding? Make sure your beauty look reflects this theme with a Victorian-inspired low pony.
Attention edgy brides: we recommend the slicked-back hair at Alexandre Vauthier.
May we suggest this cobalt blue hair ribbon from Fendi as your “something blue”?
Upgrade a low bun or ponytail with a few dainty clips à la Valentino.
Wear this golden flower crown (pictured here at Couturissimo) and we guarantee your guests will bow to you as you walk down the aisle.
This futuristic headband from Couturissimo is perfect for the bride who wants to push the boundaries when it comes to her wedding aesthetic. But it still is a bit traditional – hello, pearls.
Every bride deserves to feel like a princess on her wedding day. Enter this boss crown from Guo Pei.
Not into crowns? Try a headpiece, like this one, also from Guo Pei.
Hobeika knows bohemian glam. A flower crown worn at the nape of the neck is unexpected, yet classic.
Your in-laws might raise their eyebrows, but an intricate ear cuff like this one presented at Hobeika will get you major fashion cred.