Wearing a Veil? Consider One of These Three Hairstyles.
January 18, 2018
To veil or not to veil, that is the question. Choosing a dress in and of itself is tough—and then deciding on a hairstyle... so, when it comes to the veil, you'll want it to flow with your entire look, and that can be a challenge! With several types to choose from, make sure to consider how your hairstyle will work in favor of the veil. Here are three pairings that absolutely nail it. Don't forget to pin your favorite!

Side Swept


Veil style: Mantilla veil—Lace-lovers, this may be the veil for you. Mantilla veils are traditionally a circular piece of lace, or tulle with lace edging, held in place with a comb to frame the face and give you a sense of old-world elegance.

Hairstyle: The timeless mantilla veil looks stunning with any hairstyle, but particularly with romantic side swept curls.

Low Chignon


Veil style: Fingertip veil—Universally flattering for most brides and their stunning gowns, fingertip veils are one of the most popular veil styles. In fact, it's the veil length Kate Middleton chose to wear on her big day!

Hairstyle: This sweet, low chignon pairs perfectly with a fingertip veil and embellished hair adornment.

Up(high)do


Veil style: Chapel-length veil—Traditional and feminine, chapel veils typically are the same length of your dress's hemline and are a classic choice for any bride.

Hairstyle: We love how this bride chose a classic and clean high updo, paired with a lengthy veil tucked at the base for a truly elegant look.