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Bridal Headpieces Worth Swapping a Veil For

Start your own tradition.

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Kat Irlin

Over the traditional veil? Maybe you just don't want Grandma's lace? Take a look at these elegant alternative headwear options. These out-of-the-box pieces will make your special day that much more show-stopping. From a clean pony clip to boho chic hats, these are the perfect finishing touch for your perfect day.

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1 Blakely Faux Pearl Hair Slide
Jennifer Behr net-a-porter.com

This Jennifer Behr piece is a handcrafted, gold-tone stunner that boasts faux pearls and is beautifully designed to drape down the back of your tresses. A perfect alternative to a ordinary bridal veil. 

2 Grand Peony Comb
Gigi Burris gigiburris.com

This Gigi Burris headpiece is handmade, with silk satin face organza and over 20 layers of petals. Perfect for any bride looking to step away from the veil.

3 Khaite x Swarovski Headpiece
KHAITE khaite.com

This crystal Khaite headpiece is designed to drape around and down the crown of the head. A stunning and limited-edition headpiece that will elevate any bridal look. 

4 The Kerry Hat
Janessa Leone janessaleone.com

This Janessa Leone wool fedora features two elegant sheer silk chiffon ties, making it a beautiful statement hat. A perfect touch for a Western-inspired bride not looking for a veil. 

5 Philo Embellished Turban
MaryJane Claverol net-a-porter.com

This MaryJane Claverol turban is for the bride who wants to step out of the box. This turban is meticulously hand-embellished with faux pearls and beads, and is perfect with simple earrings and tousled hair. 

6 Ceramic & Gold Plated Hair Barrette
Poolside Gossip completedworks.com

Theres nothing more chic than a simple yet perfect pony tail. This gold-plated hair barette is the perfect detail for the bride looking for a clean, simple, elegant look. 

This story appears in the February 2020 issue of Marie Claire.

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