If you’re planning your 2020 nuptials, chances are, your to-do list is already starting to pile up. From finalizing the centerpieces to shopping for party favors to finding the perfect wedding hashtag, your time and energy are often spent on all of the major decisions involved with the celebration, leaving you little time to devote to your bridal beauty look. Don’t worry, future Mrs., we’ve got you covered! We’ve rounded up Bridal Fashion Week’s most coveted hairstyles, which means you can spend less time scouring Pinterest for hair inspiration and more time on the important things. Check out the top five hair trends to put on your radar in 2020.
Trend #1: Flowers in Her Hair
Though flower crowns have been a mainstay on the bridal circuit for a while now, it looks like brides will be taking their floral fetishes up a notch with full-on hair bouquets. Spotted at Marchesa, Anne Barge and Theia, large oversized blooms fastened into loose, wavy locks embodied both whimsy and romance on the runways. For your big day, we suggest donning a toned-down version of the trend, whether you opt for a delicate flower crown or a few dainty stems tucked behind your ear or into an effortless updo.
Trend #2: Fit For A Queen
Milkmaid braids read equal parts romantic and bohemian at the Ines Di Santo and Marchesa runway shows. Perfect for the boho bride in search of a more effortless and relaxed version of a nuptial updo, crown braids are also a great way to get your hair off of your neck while you’re dancing the night away. To dress up the laidback style, opt for statement earrings and allow a few delicate tendrils to hang loose around your face.
Trend #3: With The Band
It looks like brides will soon be swapping traditional veils for embellished headbands. At Lela Rose, Berta and Inbal Dror, models sported statement headbands boasting of pearls, oversized jewels and more. The best part? Headbands can work on a variety of styles, whether you wear your hair loose and flowing or secured in a romantic updo.
Trend #4: All Tied Up
Headbands weren’t the only feminine hair accessories spotted on the runways. Delicate ribbons and embellished bows added a youthful flair to the romantic low ponytails at Lela Rose. The subtle sparkle dressed up the casual style, providing the perfect dose of glamour that every bride deserves on her special day.
Trend #5: Short & Sweet
Long hair is often synonymous with bridal beauty—until now! Perhaps inspired by this season’s bob trend, models sported tousled chin-length locks that added a cool, modern edge to ultra-feminine silhouettes. To maintain a bridal look while rocking shorter strands, opt for lived-in, touchable texture, lots of movement and mirror shine.