The prettiest hairstyles to wear on D-Day when you have long hair.
A bride's silhouette can be managed from head to toe. Shoes, dress, bouquet, accessories... No detail is left to chance, even if it means cutting your hair in four.
And let's talk about the hair! It's not easy to choose THE hairstyle that will finish your look. Even more when you have a long mane, which allows many styles.
The first step is to go for a hairstyle that will go with the spirit of your outfit. Sophisticated? Bohemian? Minimalist? Princess? Whatever the flight plan, we stick to it for the hair. Because, yes, consistency is important.
Then, mane rather loose or tied: it's up to you to see what will go best with your dress and what will highlight you the most.
A word of advice no matter what: skip your turn on the ultra-worked and structured hairstyles 2007 way. We will leave in the closet the ultra-defined curls à la Nellie Oleson put in a bun and studded with pearls and other complex hair pyramids.
If you really want to sport a very sophisticated hairstyle, however, we recommend that you adopt a simple hairstyle that you accessorize with a pretty head jewel. The choice is vast: barrette, pins, flowers alone, or as a crown... (Obviously, no princess type crown please, unless you link your destiny to that of a member of the royal family or that you are yourself- even a member of royalty.)
Pretty and feminine in a relaxed manner.
Elegance in all simplicity.
Feminine and delicate.
A little styled/tousled, but not too much.
Which will wonderfully finish a bohemian silhouette.
Perfect for stitching your veil with a pretty head jewel.
A feminine and worked hairstyle, without too much fuss.
With a little greenery, for a fresh and very bohemian look.