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Autumn wedding hair

Posted on 9th September 2015 by PROinsider

Summer is always dominated by weddings, but as the season closes it’s time to make way for the September brides. As the flowers fade and the weather cools, we take a look at the hairstyles fit for an autumn wedding.

Swap bright, summertime floral accessories for more understated autumnal berries and foliage


Doing hair for some bridesmaids this morning #weddinghair #hair #updo #wedding #bridesmaid

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This season is made for redheads and we’re loving these cherry-red tones, especially styled in vintage pin curls.

Braids were big this summer, and they’ll definitely be sticking around for autumn weddings – but we’ll be seeing a lot more plaits falling around the neck, thanks to the cooler season.

…However, if you fancy a change from braids, go for this Downton Abbey-inspired style, make sure to pull a few strands of hair out to leave the look lightly messed for a modern twist.

The dress should always be an important factor in the bridal-hair decision, no matter what the season. As the days are getting colder, the backless dresses become less and less, and instead are replaced with beautiful beading and embellishments. Show off intricate detail on the back of the dress by creating a simple yet chic low up-do. Unlike most braided styles, this subtle plaited up-do is perfect for brunettes as the plait doesn’t need to be as prominent. Add autumnal flowers for more impact.


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Game of Thrones was a massive hair inspiration throughout 2015, and it’s the perfect look for an autumn wedding. The different styles and textures of braids in this look create this Midsummer Night’s Dream-finish. The seashells are certainly one way to differentiate from other brides, but if you’re not a big shell fan, go for a Dolce & Gabbana-inspired gold throne.

Images: IStock

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