Scoot Over Top Knot- These Easy Hair Trends Are Taking Over
This spring, we looked to a few of our favorite runway shows for the latest and greatest hair trends. Hasta la vista top knot; read below for a full break down on this season's easiest must-have hair styles!
Allllll of the Embellishments, Please!
Rodarte models wore metallic floral barrettes and proved that this look can be for grown ups by using oversized clips and texturized hair.
Oscar De La Renta featured simple low ponytails tied up with satin ribbons for a timeless and romantic look.
Anna Sui embraced Tahitian style wreaths with simple up-dos. Avoid the look of festival flower crowns by pulling your hair back into a sleek bun.
Dolce and Gabbana added serious flair to updos with head scarves and colorful headbands. Perfect for hitting the resort!
Miu Miu and Chanel both opted for metallic headbands that added an effortless hint of edginess.
For an unexpected party look, Ashish dusted the tops of models' heads with colorful sequins and confetti and it totally worked!
Braid It Up, Baby!
Louis Vuitton went the hippie route by giving models tiny braids throughout their long locks. Keep the rest of your hair natural with nothing more than a good texturizing product.
Celine opted for sportier vibes with simple slicked back braided ponytails. Pair it with a simple dress and your fave pair of sneakers for major athleisure vibes.
Have an extra pair of hands to help you? Kristian Aadnevik and Giles both got complicated with multi-braided updos that are perfect for your next big date night or event.
Herve Leger by Max Azria upgraded classic braided bangs by giving models a deep side part and french braiding across the forehead. Instead of just stopping there, continue the braid all the way down to the nape of the neck and finish it off with a low ponytail.
Don't fret if you're short on time, Public School, Proenza Schouler, and JW Anderson were all about the easy peasy rope braid. Finally there's a braid that can be done in mere seconds!
Texture for Days (and Days and Days and Days)!
In true Vivienne Westwood fashion, models strutted down the catwalk with delightfully undone hair made possible by lots and lots of sea salt texturizing spray. The beauty here is all in the imperfections- each wave is supposed to look natural and different from the rest.
Temperley was all about texturized low pony tails and we couldn't agree more- it practically oozed laid back summer vibes. To really achieve their runway look, top it off with a straw fedora!
DSquared2 channeled cool surfer girls with slicked back wet locks, AKA bottles of gel are your new best friends.
Alexander Wang embraced the natural texture of the models' hair and paired it with blunt bangs. We're obsessed with any hair style that requires nothing more than rolling out of bed!