01621 842 043
Monthly Archives

January 2017


Wedding hair ideas for 2017

January 11, 2017

Whether you’re getting married, acting as a bridesmaid or simply the guest of honour at a wedding this year, we’ve got the perfect wedding hairstyles for you – from classic up-dos to Boho down-dos.

Picking an outfit for a wedding (be it a wedding dress, bridesmaid attire or simply a great wedding guest outfit) can be tough, but deciding on a hairstyle can often be even harder. You want to pick something on trend, but also want to make sure the look is timeless so that looking back on wedding photographs in the distant future does not make you cringe!

From tousled waves to chic up-dos, glorious hair accessories and cute bobs, we’ve picked out the best of the best in wedding hair…

We adore a simple tied back style for a wedding. Add a little texture to give it an edge.


A great way to jazz up a simple ‘down-do’ is to add in some small, pretty plaits. Perfect!


A plaited bun is one of the dreamiest bridal styles. Finish your look with a simple ribbon and bow.


Straight from the London Fashion Week runways, a delicate and modern side bun for the elegant bride.


Calling all modern brides! This hairstyle from the Tibi fashion show is the perfect combination of edgy and romantic.


The easiest and prettiest way to make your style wedding-friendly is by adding in some perfect hair accessories. This look from Rodarte AW16 is one of our favourites.


Who said you couldn’t wear a ponytail at your wedding? When it’s this pretty, it’s totally a go-to style!


Want to keep your bridal look simple or let your makeup stand out? Then simply style your updo with a single sparkly hair clip.


This absolutely stunning updo from Alexander McQueen is intricate and takes time, but it’s special and beautiful enough to make the effort on your wedding day.


There’s nothing like a ballerina bun to get you in the bridal mood. Be brave and scrape hair back tight for an ultra chic look.


While the makeup may be a little much for your wedding, the hair at Ryan Lo AW16 was the perfect wedding inspo.


Keep hair off your face with this intricately designed twisted ‘do.


At Herve Leger AW16 in New York, the models wore punky plaits, braided to the side of the head. This gorgeous style would work perfectly with wavy locks for a wedding.


Can’t decide between a bun and a plait? Now you don’t have to – try this combination style which was debuted at Taoray Wang for AW16.


An easy way to add a pretty touch to your casual ‘do is by adding a thin plait. Braid the front of your hair from both sides and have them meet in the middle at the back.


Keep it simple and leave your hair down, with soft, fluffy texture. This ensures a gorgeously ethereal look.


Plaits are totally timeless when it comes to hair, and can be styled in a number of ways for your big day. We adore these matching plaits showcased at Giles.


Can’t decide whether to have your hair up or down? You don’t have to – this half up, half down ‘do ticks both boxes.


If you’re wearing a sharp, sophisticated dress, this sleek straight updo would work perfectly.


Thought bunches were only for your childhood? Think again – you can make tousled locks look perfectly cool and wedding-ready by styling them into cute bunches.


A great way of giving your wedding day style an extra wow-factor is by adding in some extravagant hair accessories, such as a floral crown design like this one.


Wear a pretty headband crown with pride, and pull out bits of hair from the front of your head to make the look a little more undone.


Sometimes it’s best to keep it simple by scraping hair back into a sleek high bun. This look at Balenciaga provides the perfect inspiration.


The 3.1 Philip Lim SS16 show offered up a great alternative to a full netted veil. This colourful accessory looked perfect with a messy low bun.


At DVF, models walked down the runway with gorgeous tropical flowers in their hair; perfect for a wedding abroad in sunnier surroundings!


Headbands are great for adding a little sophistication to an otherwise plain up-do.


For a really pretty weather-proof hairstyle, opt for a loose up-do decorated with statement hair accessories. Floral clips are a great alternative to fresh-cut flowers.


Channel Heidi with on-trend, intricate braiding arranged into a crown shape atop your head. Put simply, it’s a look fit for a princess and worthy of a goddess.