Cue the church bells and prep the champagne—wedding season has officially begun! Whether you’re a bride or bridesmaid, or you’re prepping for a packed calendar as an attendee, it’s the perfect time to try something new with your hair. To make it easy on you, we’ve scoured Pinterest for the best looks to try. Bonus? An interesting up-do or braid will make a dress from the back of your closet new again!
Click through our slideshow for 29 inspiring styles to try this summer!
Smooth and sleek, this polished bun is perfect for a formal affair.
Break out your crimper and give your ponytail unexpected texture!
This relaxed twist is as elegant as it is easy to recreate.
The perfect mixture of ballerina chic with a little Audrey Hepburn to boot, this bun oozes sophistication.
Braid a piece of hair and wrap it around the base of your ponytail to get this boho-chic look.
A pinned-back twist dresses up Brooklyn Decker’s beachy ‘do.
Julianne Hough’s crown braid is perfect for a warm destination, and can work for both long and short hair!
Using the pin-curl technique is a great way to achieve retro waves, but instead of taking them down and brushing them out, use bigger pieces and leave them in for a unique updo.
Feeling daring? Try a knotted faux-hawk like this one celebrity stylist Riawna Capri created for Nina Dobrev.
Beat the heat and give your look a bohemian flair with a romantic crown braid.
A little volume can take a simple bun to the next level, like this one from Cupcakes and Cashmere’s hair board.
Rachel Bilson nailed the messy half-up ‘do. Twist some pieces when pinning back your locks for a more textured look.
Bump up your curls by braiding one side of your hair and pinning it behind your ear, like Chrissy Tiegen.
A simple, unexpected headband gives polish to a textured look.
Take your sock bun to new heights by teasing your hair before you roll it with a bun form.
The perfect compliment to a conservative outfit, this messy French twist offers a modern interpretation of the classic look.
Effortlessly cool, this messy French braid proves that less really can be more.
Old Hollywood glamour, with a twist! To get Amanda Seyfried’s look, set your hair after curling, brush through once it has cooled, and pin back the side opposite of your part.
Take your typical fishtail up a notch by gathering hair into a high ponytail, then braiding down from there!
Put your hair into a high ponytail and loosely braid, securing with a clear elastic at the bottom. Leave a piece of hair out to wrap around the base, and add a second clear elastic in the middle of the braid to get this bubble pony braid!