Gone are the days when a veil was a manda­to­ry­at­tribute. Now there are so many fash­ion­able alter­na­tives that there is no need to sac­ri­fice your com­fort for the sake of tra­di­tion! If you are afraid that with­out a veil your image of a bride will be incom­plete, we have col­lect­ed as many as 16 options for acces­sories for ahair­style to con­vince you and inspire you to exper­i­ment 🙂


Flow­ers in the bride’s hair are a clas­sic that always looks appro­pri­ate. Use one large flower or a com­bi­na­tion of sev­er­al small ones to give your image nat­u­ral­ness and gen­tle light­ness. But remem­ber that not all flow­ers are suit­able for such an acces­so­ry: con­tact the spe­cial­ists and coor­di­nate your wish with the florist and hair­dress­er.

Best styl­ists you will find in the Cat­a­log Chan­fash­ion!

Flower wreath

Are flow­ers too beau­ti­ful to be lim­it­ed to just one? Use a flower wreath in your bride’s hair­style! The ver­sa­til­i­ty of this idea is that using dif­fer­ent flow­ers and plants, you can achieve rad­i­cal­ly dif­fer­ent effects. For exam­ple, a wreath of wild flow­ers will won­der­ful­ly com­ple­ment the image of a bride in Boho style, but large orchids will make your hair­style roy­al­ly lux­u­ri­ous. It is desir­able that the bride’s bou­quet and wreath, although not dupli­cat­ed in com­po­si­tion, should be made in the same style. So the image will look har­mo­nious and com­plete.

large wreath

Still too few flow­ers? No prob­lem! Large flower arrange­ments in the hair­style will def­i­nite­ly attract every­one’s atten­tion to you and add out­ra­geous­ness to thelook. The main thing is to work hard on sta­bil­i­ty so that the hair­style can with­stand a busypro­gram, or pru­dent­ly remove flow­ers after a cer­e­mo­ny or pho­to shoot.

Not with­out the help of a florist! Search florists in the Chan­fash­ion direc­to­ry.


A ver­sa­tile acces­so­ry that comes in a wide vari­ety of shapes, styles and sizes. The hair­pin will won­der­ful­ly com­ple­ment a relaxed­hair­style, make the image more fes­tive and com­plete, and will suit hair of any length. The main thing is to cor­rect­ly com­bine with oth­er acces­sories.


An ele­gant and con­cise acces­so­ry that will make even the sim­plesthair­style styl­ish. Pearls are attached to hair­pins, so you don’t have to wor­ry about the sta­bil­i­ty of the styling 🙂 This acces­so­ry will won­der­ful­ly com­ple­ment the clas­si­clook of the bride or become a themed high­light at a sea wed­ding.

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If you dreamed of being a roy­al at your ownsince child­hood, then we see no rea­son to deny your­self this 🙂 Tiara is a fair­ly pop­u­larac­ces­so­ry, so you will have a wide choice: from clas­sic options in the style of a Dis­ney princess to design­er ones works in the style of fan­ta­sy or folk­lore.

A tiara

They just men­tioned a dia­dem, now here’s a tiara — how to fig­ure out what’s the dif­fer­ence? 🙂 Let’s explain: the dia­dem is shaped like a cir­cle or a wreath, as it clos­es into a ring, but the tiara in this sense is sim­i­lar to a hoop. This makes the tiara eas­i­er to style and style, mak­ing it a won­der­ful com­pro­mise between lux­u­ry and com­fort.


A head­band or head­band in ahair­style has been a hot trend in the world offash­ion for sev­er­al sea­sons! If ear­li­er brides chose sophis­ti­cat­ed options, now mas­sive, large hoops are at the peak of pop­u­lar­i­ty. If you like to be in trend, tired of tricky braids and com­plex hair­styles, want max­i­mum com­fort with a touch of ele­gance, then the hoop is the best choice for both for­mal paint­ing and a full-fledged wed­ding.


Tika is an unusu­al hair acces­so­ry for our lat­i­tudes, which is an inter­weav­ing of chains, com­ple­ment­ed by an accent gem or a large rhine­stone in the fore­head area. Ide­al for a Boho style­and brides who want to empha­size their orig­i­nal­i­ty and inner free­dom even with a hair­style! It is best to pair the teak with loose hair, a braid or a bun.

Vintage beanies

At its core, this is teak in the max­i­mum con­fig­u­ra­tion 🙂 A cun­ning inter­weav­ing of chains and rhine­stones forms a kind of shin­ing “hat” on the head. With such a whim­si­cal acces­so­ry, the hair­style should be sim­ple and neat so as not to com­pete for atten­tion with dec­o­ra­tion — choose a sim­ple weave or per­fect curls. The­dress has to be appro­pri­ate too: either opt for a min­i­mal­ist out­fit, or shine to the fullest with a spark­ly dress with rhine­stone trim!

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Gatsby headbands

Under­ground par­ties, jazz and danc­ing until the morn­ing — the era of the “roar­ing” 20s still cap­ti­vates with its unique charm. To add a touch of vin­tage to your­look or immerse your­self in the style of the Great Gats­by, use head­bands with feath­ers and rhine­stones.


Rib­bons woven into the hair will add romance, airi­ness and a lit­tle naivety to the image. The best thing is if you want to empha­size your youth and inner free­dom, and not fet­ter your­self with for­mal­i­ties on your­day 🙂 image.


From school lines, bows migrat­ed to the world offash­ion and made a splash there! A large white bow will make your image sweet and touch­ing and will def­i­nite­ly become an unusu­al high­light in your hair­style.


The hat still looks quite unusu­al in the images of brides, so this deci­sion is not for every­one. Although Chan­fash­ion is always for the fight against stereo­types and the tri­umph of indi­vid­u­al­i­ty! A min­i­mal­is­tic white hat will look cool at an ele­gant urban wed­ding. You can attach a veil to it, dec­o­rate it with flow­ers and rib­bons (but to main­tain min­i­mal­ism, keep a mono­chro­mat­ic white scale). In Boho and Rus­tic, the hat on the bride will look as organ­ic as pos­si­ble if you choose a boater, gau­cho or wide-brimmed straw hat. A Jacque­line Kennedy pill­box hat is per­fect for paint­ing or a small cer­e­mo­ny if you choose a short­dress or even a white suit with a skirt.

And also a hat in theim­age of the bride — it’s very prac­ti­cal! Hair does not get tan­gled in the wind, the sun does not blind your eyes. Some pos­i­tives 🙂

A veil

Ele­gance and mys­tery — exact­ly what you want to add to your­look? Then the veil will be a great choice. The num­ber of options is dizzy­ing: veils are attached to hoops, small hats, combs, or just invis­i­ble, if you don’t want to make the look too heavy. The same applies to decor, because veils are dec­o­rat­ed with beads, rhine­stones and embroi­dery, so you can choose the option that suits almost any dress. A won­der­ful alter­na­tive to a long and not always com­fort­able veil.

Fancy accessories

On the­day, every­thing should be the way you want, and espe­cial­ly your image of the bride. Do not lim­it your­self to for­mal­i­ties, trends and fash­ion laws. Wreath in the style of Fri­da Kahlo, feath­ers, mer­maid crown, for­est fairy pen­dants. You can do every­thing! If the soul requires orig­i­nal­i­ty — act 🙂

Choos­ing the image of the bride is a pleas­ant thing, but not the only thing in the pre-chanfashion.store/wp-content/uploads/ prepa­ra­tion. Use our Bride’s to-do list! We have cre­at­ed a step-by-step plan that will help you orga­nize the­of your dreams on your own. Detailed instruc­tions, user-friend­ly inter­face and impor­tant tips from experts — every­thing to make your­prepa­ra­tion eas­i­er 🙂

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