Wedding season is upon us and if there’s a flower girl in your family, we’ve gathered the season’s sweetest styles to get you inspired. Everything from intricate braids to understated side ponies, there’s a look to love. (And if you can’t reproduce it yourself, you can always make an appointment at our Braid Bar.)
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The Look: An upside down braid begins at the base of the neck, leading into a chignon on top.
Why We Love It: As is, or adorned with a floral crown or single blossoms tucked in, this is a formal look that’s easy to achieve.
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The Look: Dutch braids swirled into a flower.
Why We Love It: “Flower” girl goes to the next level by joining these braids and using bobby pins to swirl them into a flower.
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The Look: Plaited braids in a low, loose bun.
Why We Love It: The layers of braids are like something out of a fairy tale. A floral crown or small tiara takes the look over the top.
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The Look: Loose, reverse French braid adorned with jewels.
Why We Love It: An understated sparkle tucked into this everyday braid adds an unexpected surprise as she walks down the aisle.
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The Look: An offset twist with long, loose curls.
Why We Love It: A little asymmetry adds sophistication to this easy look. Tuck a couple of flowers in for an elegant touch.
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The Look: Low side ponies in loose braids or loose curls.
Why We Love It: This easy look makes for great photos from front or back, and it’s easy to add a headpiece or crown.
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The Look: A loose waterfall braid.
Why We Love It: Not only does it look like a crown, it keeps the hair out of her face. (Plus, it works well with fine or thick hair.)