There comes a time in everyone’s life, where for a few summers every weekend, life seems to be booked up by weddings, your own, those you are part in, and those you attend as a guest. For several years, for every other weekend between May and September, you’ll be attending a wedding.
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With wedding season upon us, you may be starting to think about your wedding hair. Whether you are the bride, a bridesmaid or just a guest, you’ll want to make sure you look great and that you don’t wear your hair the same for every occasion.
Here are some of the best wedding hairstyles for summer 2017.
The Chic Chignon
The chignon is an absolute classic which will always be popular for a formal occasion. The chignon is simple, elegant, and goes with almost any outfit or face shape. Despite what you may think, there is also an awful lot you can do with it. Pull some strands out for a more casual look, keep it tight for added elegance, pull it to the side to give it more attention or keep it at the back. You could even add sweeping braids for some delicate detail.
The Glam Up Do
Up dos are incredibly popular for brides with long hair. Especially those choosing to wear a veil. For a super glam hairstyle, pile your hair into a simple top knot and keep accessories to a minimum. Let your dress do the talking.
Natural, simple styles are very trendy in 2017. Keep your hair loose, add some messy waves or keep it out of your face with a simple, low ponytail. These looks are perfect for a more relaxed ceremony.
Boho has been a popular theme for weddings for a few years now and the trend looks set to continue. Braids could be long and flowing, small and intricate, or combined with an up do for some glamour. Crown braids always look good for weddings and can easily be accessorised. Team your braids with a flowing dress and flat shoes for the ultimate Bo Ho look.
Vintage is another theme which remains popular. Style your hair into a simple 20’s bob and complete with flapper accessories. Vintage dresses and accessories can be incredibly glamourous. For even more style, you could make your whole wedding day vintage themed by serving an afternoon tea, having a dress code, and hiring a swing band.
Up do’s have always been the go-to wedding hairstyle. But, 2017 is seeing a huge rise in the number of brides, bridesmaids, and guests choosing to wear their hair down instead. Some options include pulling most of your hair to one side and adding a small Dutch braid to the other, adding two simple twists which meet at the back, or getting a simple bouncy blow dry.
As veils become less fashionable, more brides choose one of these stylish down dos’.