Hair Styles from Runway to Aisle. . .

May 7, 2010

The hairstyles below were compiled by from photographs taken on the runways of the Spring 2011 Bridal Market Fashion Shows. Chignons from structured ballerina to tousled are popular choices for remaining cool during the hot summer months. The classic French twist was also among the styles seen. My favorites are shared below with some Breeziway designs I would love to see nestled up against them!

Photos: Kyle Ericksen
Carolina Herrera

Our hand-pressed, silk velvet and organdy flower Tress (with or without a birdcage veil) would be a lovely choice in place of the over sized gardenia in the photograph. You can click on any of the photos to view the designs in our online shop.

Carolina Herrera

The Dena would look great across the top or off to the side of this messy bun!

Photos: Thomas Iannaccone
Jane Wang

The shantung silk flowers of Emma would be a pretty addition along the fold side of this French twist.

Modern Trousseau

I love the tight braiding that forms a corona in this style, but think the Ingrid would be a beautiful and softening addition placed along one side of the rear chignon.

Ines Di Santo

I suggest removing the crystal bow and replacing with the crystal-accented Cady along the side of this symmetrical chignon.


The sleek pinned-back, long length look of this style would gain some balance our Opal on one side with the double birdcage veil to add some dimension in the horizontal plane.

Photo: John Aquino
Romona Keveza

I would love to see our handmade Duchess-silk satin gardenia with tulle on the side of this textured chignon. It would soften the appearance of the sleeked-back front and sides.

And, finally, our Carolina with veil and chignon. . .

Just a few ideas . . .



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