If you're a bride-to-be, you have tons of decisions to make and part of that process includes the ever important decision of choosing a dress and how you'll wear your hair. Well, we want to help make things easier for you so we scoured some of the best hairstyles from Bridal Fashion Week 2017 to help inspire you and your bridal party so you look picture perfect for your special day. Scroll through these gorgeous hairstyles and don't forget to check out the dresses, too!
A simple pulled back low ponytail is the perfect way to show off that plunging neckline.
A messy bun keeps your hair out of the way while you show off your decolletage.
A crown braid with faux or fresh flowers woven in is romantic and very regal.
A decorative head wrap is a fresh way to style your hair.
Free-flowing waves with a center part and a jeweled headband is a gorgeous way to walk down the aisle.
Keep things straight with messy curls at the ends for an undone look that's ideal for the boho bride.
Keep things simple by wearing your hair down and create a few waves with a flat iron for some added texture.
If you like your hair big and sexy, opt for messy ringlets all around your face with a center part.
A topknot with looped braids and a ponytail make for an interesting and fresh look. Add some hair accessories on the sides and you're set.
A twisted updo is always pretty and pure perfection for weddings. Add some dangly earrings and maybe a tiara, or both, and you'll have a memorable and elegant look.
Another stunning way to wear your hair down is to create some loose curls or waves and rock a tiara in the back of your hair.
There's nothing wrong with keeping your hair simple by using a decorative hair comb and pulling one side of your hair up.
A chic bun makes sure your dress gets all the attention.
If you're not into the topknot, try a big bun at the crown of your head.
Alternatively, make a low bun so your veil takes center stage.
Subtle face-framing hair accessories is a fabulous and minimalist way to style your hair.
Flower crowns are just for music festivals and Snapchat. Don a fresh or faux flower crown for an island vibe or boho feel.
If your dress has intricate designs or beading, there's no need to go overboard with your hair. Keep your hair understated with a low ponytail and let your dress shine.
A half-up braid with flower accents is feminine and romantic.
Wavy hair is the ultimate backdrop for a fancy tiara.
A wedding dress with a high neckline works well with soft waves.
A simple updo gets an edgy makeover with a few strategically placed hair accessories.
A teased bun or ponytail pairs well with an ornate headband.
A half-up hairdo with some stray, face-framing pieces is elegant and always a do.
Did any of these hairstyles speak to you? I think these photos prove that you don't have to do anything complicated with your hair in order to look gorgeous and perfectly styled!
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