Not only does a dress rule the attitude, but the proper dress at the proper time can also make or break your outlook. A lady in her white satin gown can never ever close a business meeting much as a lady in a punk rock leather jacket cannot be trusted in a daycare centre. However, there is no definite tale as to what binds a woman to wear what in which situation, but an accessory to a woman is always a mandatory piece that we often overlook. Hair and hairstyles are a dominant character building process and have a look at the most beautiful and different hairstyles for dresses of all kinds of traditional and western.
8 Perfect Hairstyles for Dresses of Western and Traditional:
here is a list of how well you can match your dresses today with the perfect hairstyle.
1. Suiting Up with Ponies:
Going corporate can either be the easiest to pull off or the exact opposite. Take a cue from one of your neighbourhood celebs, Sandra Bullock who pulls of a chic pony with her corporate suiting without any hassle. Usually, these ponies should neither be too low portraying laid back or too high portraying dominance over the dress. The sleek pony in the middle gives the perfect balance to your pencil skirt or pantsuit, whatever you choose for your office presentation today.
2. The Casual Messy Braid:
Selena Gomez knows best how to keep it classy while she pairs her khakis with her simple white tee and looks trendy in her messed up braid. It’s always a pleasure to work out fusion styles where a casual look maybe a netted top and a short or a simple denim on tee can be added to the grace list by pairing it with messy braids.
3. The Perfect Summer Look:
A summer floral or aztec print can never fail with the perfect hairstyle to go with it. Be it a noon matinee show with friends or a first date in the summer haze, pairing a side braid with this look simply looks marvellous. Fan out the braid by tugging at the sides to give volume to the braid and secure it in the end with a transparent tie. Ballerina flats and a sling bag should add more to the look.
4. Traditional Buns:
For a traditional gathering involving a white gown and “I do’s” or distant related aunts and uncles huddled up over the Sunday brunch table, a simple low hanging bun with a chic hair accessory would just do the trick. You can experiment with different bun hairstyles, messy or keeping it squeaky neat. You can manage a white gown with it or even pair a cardigan with the evening dress.
5. A Cocktail Bun:
Learn it from the fashion diva herself as she pairs her evening cocktail gown with a solid tight high bun. Usually, these buns are high on the crown of the head secured by multiple bobby pins. One might even use hair extensions to give the bun a solid volume. Keep the areas around the bun sleek and well brushed and pair it with a dazzling neckpiece if you desire so.
6. Sweetheart Neckline Mess:
Sweetheart necklines once again speak of dominance where the revealing neckline would attract attention to your dress. A messy updo pair with this look would bring volume to your hair thereby proportioning the hairdo with the dress neckline.
7. To Keeping It Classy:
Plunging necklines look awesome with done up tresses and therefore pair a deep cut neckline with open free-flowing locks styled to perfection, a classy retro wave or a clear pin-straight hair.
8. Edging The Gaps Together:
If the neckline is a bit too close to the neck, edge the gap between your hairdo and the neck collar to keep the dominance of the hairstyle intact. Often high necks dominate the dress and the hair goes unnoticed, so take a cue from the girl next door Lawrence and keep a low hanging messy bun with the round choker neckline.