11 Timeless Wedding Hairstyles For The Fall Bride

If you're a bride-to-be planning a fall or winter wedding, you're probably feeling the pressure right about now. Whether your date is in early November or at the tail end of December, you likely have a few last minute boxes that need to be checked off before saying "I do." While ordering 200 monogrammed cookies can be delegated to family or friends, your bridal hairstyle is something you'll want to handle yourself.

You already have a collection of hair inspiration, so the next step is to pick one to take on a dry run. You'll want to live with your chosen hairstyle for a full day to make sure the look really feels like you — and that it lasts. To help spark your excitement, we've rounded up several simple wedding hairstyles perfect for said trial. Click through to find inspiration for your rehearsal dinner, reception, or the walk down the aisle.

Go for classic Hollwood glam with soft waves, lash extensions, and nude lip gloss.
Whether it's NYE or mid-November, Laura Harrier's party look — effortless, air-dried waves and a sparkly white minidress — is reception goals.
Thinking about an updo? It's all about the details. This gold bobble barrette by Lelet NY is the perfect complement to a French braided twist.
The matte red lip and polished waves are elegant, but it's the accessory — here, a diamond hairpin — that makes the whole look bridal.
Forgo the veil altogether and wear your hair in two dutch braids sprinkled with baby's breath.
If you're going with an undone updo, make it extra special with a few studded clips on the side.
The back of your dress might not be a moment, but this skinny, double-strand headband — flipped and fashioned to the back — will take everyone's breath away when you walk down the aisle.
Pearl accessories are both on trend and classically bridal. For fall, we're partial to this pearl-lined headband, designed by Lele Sadoughi, that comes in both white and black satin.
Or, try two stacked pearl barrettes, paired with a burgundy lip and rust-toned eyeshadow.
A rectangular barrette is fun because it lets your freshly highlighted hair peek through the center.
If you're wearing your hair in a braided style, consider accenting your design with cuffs or rings à la Candace Marie.
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