Bridal Hair Trends Spring 2017

Get ready to bear those shoulders! The strapless gown now has some serious competition with off the shoulder gowns taking over Spring 2017 runways. Plunging necklines and oversized bows were also wedding dress trends seen on ready-to-wear runways. As any designers focused on bold and elegant designs this season ideal for the modern bride, bridal beauty took a soft and natural approach with effortless hair and minimal makeup featured through the Bridal Market 2017 shows.

Wedding Dress by  Saja W edding

Wedding Dress by Saja W edding


Beach waves and boho style still has its place this season though the looks are slightly more refined and polished, proving that even the most dramatic gowns look best with effortless hair.




Tiara's are back! Make sure you pair them with easy effortless hair or sleek pulled back looks. Avoid over accessorizing and allow the Tiara to shine in all its glory!

Tiara  Keren Wolf  accessories 

Tiara Keren Wolf accessories 


Braids, knots, twists, buns and romantic versions of the classic chignon are the latest updo trends. With brides keeping the attention of the face with the detail of the braids and knots adding drama at the back.


Light as tulle veils adorned with fresh flowers graced the Marchesa runways. Veils were also accent with embroidery, lace and beading with trains ranged from a shorter church length to a Royal cathedral style.


Marchesa's dreamy dresses were perfectly paired with braided crowns and jewellery to add more dimension and detail to this romantic look.


A Glimpse at New York Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2015

New York Bridal Fashion week was full of pure elegance showcasing fresh new styles while still reinventing some old favourites. The runways featured embroidered overlays, sequinned detailing with lace, silk organza, and traditional tulle. 

Designers such as Oscar de la Renta, Marchesa, and Reem Acra did not disappoint with an array of bridal wear from classic ball gowns to beach worthy bridal gowns.

The runways were adorned with crystal headbands, pearl necklaces, and dramatic veils, 
while light blossom crowns and cross-body wreaths all ensured true romance was never far away.

Although I love the fashion, today I am going to share my favourite bridal hair and makeup looks from the Spring Bridal Fashion Week.

Oscar de la Renta

Soft middle parts adorned with crystal hair bands and light blossom crowns was a lesson in classic elegance.

Carolina Herrera

Elegantly sweep hair and a simple makeup look by Bobbie Brown had an old Hollywood feel.


Dreamy twists and knots had us dreaming of true romance.

Monique Lhuillier

The sleek Ballerina bun never disappoints.

I can't wait to try these wearable bridal hairstyles on our 2015 Bridal Hair Collective brides.