13 Wedding Veil Alternatives for Non-Traditional Brides
Making all those major decisions for your wedding, from finding your dream dress to choosing a jaw-dropping venue, doesn't mean every choice has to be stressful. One thing you don't have to sweat? Those special accoutrements that complete your bridal look. According to Etsy's 2019 Wedding Trend Predictions, drama-inducing bridal headpieces (Bridal hats! Tulle turbans!) are turning traditionalism on its head — literally. Swipe through for 13 unexpected veil alternatives to rock at the altar.
Agnes Hart Feather Headpiece ($470): Careful not to upstage your wedding gown with this stunner.
Hushed Commotion James Speckled Tulle Turban Headband ($110): We'll take this entire head-to-toe bridal look. K, thanks.
Untamed Petals Megan Tiara ($388): No basic bridal accessories to be found here.
BHLDN Kelly Barrette ($95): Just extra enough to make guests gasp.
Justine Hats Classic Ivory Fedora Hat ($110): An elegant fedora for the bespoke bride. Now that has to be a wedding day first.
Lelet NY Monogram Headband ($178): Coupled with a timeless A-line gown, this monogrammed headband will be unstoppable.
Simone Rocha Transparent Pearl Crystal Tiara ($410): Simone Rocha has you covered with the crystal tiara of your dreams.
Alice & Mae Brianne Headpiece ($459): This enchanting crystal headpiece is straight-up "I do" gold.
Eugenia Kim Cher Leather Beret ($195): We can't help but think that Cher Horowitz would approve.
Twigs & Honey Silk Chiffon Flower Comb ($150): To be fastened to a top knot for an elegant touch.
Maggie Mowbray Bridal Wedding Hat ($385): Make like a royal with a regal bridal fascinator that commands attention.
Jennifer Behr Sirena Tiara ($825): We're not swooning. You're swooning.
Epona Valley Magdalena Chain ($228): Allow your imagination to run wild with a Grecian-inspired Swarovski-encrusted chain.
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