I love both... but I think down is my favourite look. The updo looks very elegant and classy, down it's a little more simple but looks really great with the neckline... Depends what kind of look you're going for.
Hair up - looks elegant, regal and just picture perfect like it belongs in a magazine
Hair down - looks romantic and sweet and very bridal and less like a magazine
I would say hair down and then through the night you could always just put your hair in a low bun for a few pictures? or Have your hair in the updo and take it down at the end of the night for some pictures?
Down! It seems to pull the whole look together. You look great in both though. IMO the dress is incredible and with hair up it looks maybe too polished? I DK the word I’m looking for but you look effortlessly stunning with your hair down in that dress
I love it down! But the updo also looks so elegant. Perhaps you can have both? Maybe have it up while you do the ceremony and then have it down during your reception for a more relaxed look for the evening?
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I like both looks but agree with you about the overall look with your hair down. It ‘fills the space’ (for lack of a better phrase) between the neckline of your dress and your face. A veil would fill that space too if you’re planning on a veil. Your hair is perfect for keeping it down though.
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The venue and decor is very formal/romantic. The reason I think I like the hair down is it balances the volume of the skirt. I feel like the updo with the dress gives me a peanut head!
Hmmm normally i love an updo, but i do think your hair down looks great. I would like to see a pic of your hair in a higher updo and compare btwn that and when it's down ( picky, i know lol) ps your dress is beautiful and suits you to a T
First off that dress looks beautiful on you! You look amazing. Your hair is short enough that you can get away with it being down. What if you did half up? Lol. Right in between. If you do it up I think you will need to add a necklace or something to it.