#BuroBrides: 12 Celebrity updos that are all the wedding hair inspiration you need

#BuroBrides: 12 Celebrity updos that are all the wedding hair inspiration you need

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Text: Wei Yeen Loh

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Celebrity hair takeaway: Put roses and baby's breath on the back-burner and bring on your sparkliest hair accessory for your wedding

Walking down the aisle in a matter of months—or days, for some of you? If the basics on your bridal beauty checklist have been thoroughly checked out (including locking down your hair and makeup stylist and manipedi of your dreams), it's time to start cracking down on the mane look for the big day.

While pretty hair ideas are aplenty—just scroll through Instagram and Pinterest—therein lies the challenge of deciding on one head-turning, swoon-worthy hairdo of your dreams. If you're not big on typically romantic wedding updos (think waterfall braids and roses tucked in a chignon), try these celebrity-approved updos that will take your bun from blah to beguiling in no time.

Below, all the celebrity hair inspiration that will guarantee double takes from every angle as you glide down the aisle:

Karlie Kloss' undone curls are every boho bride's dream


Weave in a statement hair accessory such as Kate Bosworth's sparkly updo here

Or go with something a little more Grecian (and less dramatic) with Freida Pinto's braided mane


Emily Blunt rocks modern-day chignons the best (how sleek is that hair slide though?)


If you can't resist upping the feminine factor, clip on a velvet bow for a princessy look


ScarJo's centre-parted updo is a great idea for brides-to-be who can't keep a strand in place


Alternatively, pull hair into a textured bun and clinch it with a head-turning accessory (spotted on Alison Sudol)


Pay homage to Frida Kahlo with flower crowns that are more timeless than 2016—seen on Tessa Thompson here


If you're looking for a fuss-free look sans accessories, take on Saoirse Ronan's effortless hairstyle


Not a traditionalist? Opt for gilded hair accessories as such for a modern-day bridal look

Upgrade your French braid by roping in a scarf à la Rosie Huntington-Whiteley—ideal for springtime and beach weddings


So over the flowers-in-your-hair wedding hair look? Swap baby's breath for a headful of colourful crystal pins—Julie Sariñana of Sincerely Jules wears this look with aplomb here