However high you tie your hair right now, aim higher. The messy-yet-polished knot is a marvelous idea for an updo. It's edgy, sophisticated and still not over the top. It also helps accentuate your facial features.
We call it The Duchess after Meghan Markle's royal wedding look. The tendrils-down look is a classic hit, but it's also a great bun for wavy hair. It's loose, not too high and yet gives your hair a lot of texture. It's also a great idea for third- or fourth-day hair.
The fastest "I don't care" hairdo, the lopsided messy knot is the best all-season solution. It's a top knot you can try for post-work events or your coffee run. This effortless updo is also our go-to music festival lewk.
The Old World messy bun is a bit goth and a bit vintage. And we can totally picture wearing this 'do with formalwear. Try pairing it with a edgy leather jacket or pantsuit for an unexpected match-up.
When it comes to messy buns, the ladies are aiming high. We mean that literally. The low, hideaway bun is on its way out because the working girl’s new go-to look is the dramatic updo. From big knots to “Penny Dreadful” hair, they are doing it all.
Though we know how much our favorite duchess loves her no-hassle, low French bun, this winter try switching it up to stand out. Go retro or go for edgy, Victorian-inspired messy buns. We’re only suggesting the swap because the runways are obsessed with spunky and daring buns. Here’s a look at four runway-inspired buns you can wear to work this week.