7 Classic Wedding Hairstyles

Get inspired by these wedding styles for every hair color.
by Heather Levine
  1. A Curly Side-Ponytail

    photo by Grey Zisser

    A curled ponytail is a super-chic way to show off your girly style.

    Earrings by Wendy Mink, $198; strapless gown by No Ordinary Bride.

  2. A Jeweled Headband

    photo by Grey Zisser

    A point d'esprit veil or jeweled headband will add instant charm to a voluminous down 'do.

    Earrings by Emitations, $49; headband by Jennifer Behr, $328; tulle veil by Bride's Head Revisited, $312; engagement ring and band, model's own; wedding gown by Rembo Styling.

  3. A Half-Up Hairstyle

    photo by Grey Zisser

    A half-up, half-down 'do looks classy with just the right amount of va-va-voom. Keep it fresh with colorful drop earrings.

    Crystal drops by Anton Heunis, $120; gown by Monique Lhuillier.

  4. A Classic Wedding Updo

    photo by Grey Zisser

    Stick with a classic chignon (think soft, not slick) for a modern vibe.

    Floral earrings by Emitations, $49; gown by Monique Lhuillier.

  5. A Side-Swept Updo

    photo by Grey Zisser

    We're loving the fresh look of this side-swept updo with every strand perfectly in place. Secure your updo with hairpins that match your shade so they won't show up in photos.

    Earrings by Janna Conner, $75; gown by Reem Acra.

  6. A Vintage Bob

    photo by Grey Zisser

    A wavy bob (or faux-bob if your hair is long) is pure vintage glamour.

    Earrings by Sophia & Chloe, $152; gown by Augusta Jones.

  7. A Twisted Updo

    photo by Grey Zisser

    Ask for an intricate updo, and add some sparkly but simple stud earrings.

    Earrings by Roberta Chiarella, $48; necklace by Vale Jewelry, $55; wedding gown by Lazaro.

    Hair by DAVID CRUZ; makeup By GINA CROZIER

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