Hairstyles can get pretty crazy on the New York Fashion Week Fall 2015 runways, but there are also tons of gorgeous looks for brides! Here, four fresh-from-the-catwalk styles that would look perfect when walking down the aisle, too.
1. Retro Waves
Brides with bobs or lobs, this one's for you! We loved the Downton Abbey-esque waves created by hairstylist Antonio Corral Calero at Marchesa. To DIY the style, part your hair on the side, then wrap small sections around a one-inch curling iron. Run your fingers through the curls slightly to break them up, then spritz with a shine-boosting hairspray.
2. Sculptural Updo
L'Oreal Professionnel hairstylist Amit Abraham was inspired by Rodin when creating these romantic, curled updos for the Bibhu Mohapatra show — and we certainly agree that they're a work of art! To get a similar look, pull the front section of your hair into a ponytail and secure it at the highest part of your head, then take the rest of your hair and pull it into a ponytail at the crown. Divide each ponytail into three or so sections, then wrap each piece around a one-inch curling iron. After curling a section, carefully pin it on your head so that it forms a pretty curlicue. Finish with a generous dose of strong-hold hairspray.
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3. Looped Updo
You can't go wrong with a simple bun, but if you want to take it up a notch, consider this fun twist on the classic seen at the Dennis Basso show. To get the look, work styling cream through damp hair, blow dry, then create a center part. Fasten your hair into a low, tight ponytail, then loop the tail under and around. Use a ton of bobby pins to secure it in place, then blast with hairspray.
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4. Accessorized Ponytails
How do you take a ponytail from gym-boring to gown-worthy? With accessories! We loved how hairstylist Orlando Pita used a flash of metallic to accentuate the sleek ponytails at Carolina Herrara. To recreate the look, smooth shine serum through your hair, then blow it dry straight. Gather hair into a low, tight ponytail and tie it off with a regular elastic. Then, take a metallic cord (or a strip of leather or even fabric) and wrap it tightly around the base of your ponytail. (Hide the end piece by securing it underneath.)