It’s a beautifully bridal fall this year! Remember that foggy, unclear image of Anne Hathaway’s wedding dress? Well, here’s a better view at the said gown, as stories about her wedding day have been printed by US Weekly Magazine and Life & Style magazine.
A month ago, Anne Hathaway got married with jewelry designer Adam Shulman (who she’s dating since 2008). The bride had extremely short hair but that didn’t stop her from looking heavenly. Of course the delicate lace headpiece and the beautiful veil helped. (not to mention her amazing smile!) But most importantly, Anne Hathaway’s Valentino wedding dress really complimented her. Happiness is written all over her face and I hope that’s how it stays ever after! (images USmagazine; Life&Stylemagazine)
Why would short hair make her any less beautiful?
Audrey Hepburn had very short hair and her look is iconic. As is Twiggy’s and many others.
…not less beautiful, but less versatile when it comes to hairdos. Bridal hair options tend to be more limited when it comes to this kind of cuts.
Yes but really Kpriss when a bride has long hair it is usually just hoisted and pinned up. Not really many options to be honest and far from creative. They all seem to wear it the same.
I think that having the face and the verve to wear a short hair cut is just way nifty. Anne looks lovely!
I know that it’s more traditional and ever so often professionals tend to pin the hair up in a complicated bun, but, for instance, I had my hair (long) down my shoulders. Really natural. And although my hair is now fairly short (in comparison with my wedding hair), I still prefer long locks to short when it comes to a bride’s hairstyle.
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