7 Easy Hair Ideas from the Fall Runways

Skip the low ponies, go straight to the good stuff.

 Nothing’s wrong with a chignon—especially not when the collection is Louis Quatorze-at-the-disco inspired—but we’ll never turn down a fun, inventive hair idea. Straight from the Fall 2017 shows, seven styles worth giving a go.

1 Sandy Liang’s Margot Tenenbaum Slide

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Think of it as a do-over of high school with nicer clothes and a much better attitude. But don’t think of wearing a pink clip (angled toward the arch of the eyebrow) with a monogrammed sweater or anything remotely preppy this time around—you’re aiming for an uptown-downtown vibe. Side note: After all those years of natural texture, isn’t it kind of weird to think how some of us used to do a daily flatiron?

2Rosie Assoulin’s Wrapped Loop

1) Gives you such a pretty profile. 2) Is still clean against voluminous, print-happy clothes. Make your regular half-pulled-out ponytail, then take a section from the bottom to wrap around the base. Pin, lipstick, party.   

 1) Gives you such a pretty profile.
2) Is still clean against voluminous, print-happy clothes. Make your regular half-pulled-out ponytail, then take a section from the bottom to wrap around the base. Pin, lipstick, party.

3Altuzarra’s Hillary Headband

With some top notes of Vermeer. A large contingent of commenters ran screaming from the '80s-ness of it all, but we think with the right, smart outfit, and those earrings, a pearl headband could be really elegant.   

With some top notes of Vermeer. A large contingent of commenters ran screaming from the ’80s-ness of it all, but we think with the right, smart outfit, and those earrings, a pearl headband could be really elegant.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4Tibi’s Front Tuck

Not lifting your ends out from your turtleneck has been A Thing for ages now, but you've probably not tried stuffing them down your shirt *front.* You will of course need to find a top that's got a cutout to stick said hair through, but this could also be done with one of those chokers with ambitions to become a neck brace. 

Not lifting your ends out from your turtleneck has been A Thing for ages now, but you’ve probably not tried stuffing them down your shirt *front.* You will of course need to find a top that’s got a cutout to stick said hair through, but this could also be done with one of those chokers with ambitions to become a neck brace.

 

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A little bit “Christmas at the White House,” a lot good for the planet if you recycle some packaging. Like the aforementioned pinned-back and headband styles, doesn’t it feel cool to make an effort again?

6Jenny Packham’s Updated Side Braid

Swoop-ier than The Young Justin Bieber, yet fit for a princess (dress designer). Carve out a deep side part, shove hair over one shoulder, and make a low twist across the forehead. 

Swoop-ier than The Young Justin Bieber, yet fit for a princess (dress designer). Carve out a deep side part, shove hair over one shoulder, and make a low twist across the forehead.

7Alexander Wang’s Boy Cut

"WILL SHE DO IT?" —all of us, to ourselves, after witnessing Cat McNeil's transformation into Linda Evangelista Jr. 

“WILL SHE DO IT?” —all of us, to ourselves, after witnessing Cat McNeil’s transformation into Linda Evangelista Jr.

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