Weddings have resumed despite the context and we like to imagine a hairstyle that will be out of the ordinary. Because it’s the day or never to stand out, zoom in on these accessorizing ideas that will make the difference.
After two years of health crisis which have damaged the wedding sector and forced many couples to postpone their ceremony, the invitations are relaunched. To say yes, future brides already have the perfect dress but sometimes still hesitate on the choice of hairstyle. Because it’s also a way to stand out. Especially since today, the accessories are numerous and are no longer confined to the simple immaculate veil. What to afford the detail that will make the difference.
The floral touch
Last July, Lady Kitty Spencer said yes and if she had responded to the tradition of the very long veil, she also unveiled herself in a most original floral alternative for the evening: a chignon stitched with colorful peonies, as a reminder of her Dolce & Gabbana embroidered bustier dress.
On the catwalks, the flower is also reinventing itself. At Chanel, the reverse of a capeline is adorned with flowers in delicate fabric. At Giambattista Valli, a single XXL camellia adorns a square. Finally, at Elie Saab, fabric flowers decorate a bold and poetic bonnet.
The veil reinvents itself
If it was considered a moment too classic, here it is again in the race, but in a contemporary version. Colorful at Dior and embroidered with crystals at Chanel… it’s not afraid to reinvent itself. It is also in the choice of its length that everything can be played and the short veil could well change the situation.
The pearl, a precious ally
Because of its color, the pearl is often favored by future brides. It also invites itself into hairstyles but be careful, there too, we divert it and we forget to prick it in a curly bun. We prefer to adorn a ponytail. Or, put it delicately on a parting in the middle like on the Dior cruise show in 2021. It can finally decorate a headband in volume.
The straw hats, boaters in the lead, had their hour of glory. But if we want to shake up the codes this season, it is rather on the side of the cap that we will look. At Fendi, the visor offers a proud bearing and protects the emotional gaze of the wearer. At Misa Harada, the sailor’s cap is adorned with a veil to better marry the codes of marriage.
Faced with these trends, other alternatives are available to those who want to distinguish themselves. We saw, last summer, the retro headband at Bronx and Banco, the feather headband at Erdem, the ribbon at Giambattista Valli or even the jewelry bar to dress notched hair at Fendi or a short haircut at Laura Biagiotti .