Top 7 Hairstyles That Wear with Different Dresses

People who want to add a little extra style to their look will love this style. You can sweep your smooth, straight hair to one side to make your face look natural.

Side-swept bangs

If you want something that you can wear with more things, choose wavy hair over straight or fixed hair. It will look like you've been wearing your hair this way all along because the waves will add volume and depth to your face.

Wavy hair

This outfit is great if you want to look stylish without drawing too much attention to yourself. To do this, use a curling iron or hot tool to curl your bangs up in front of your face, and then tie them back in a high ponytail.

Bangs + high ponytail

You can wear this style day or night. Put your hair back in a messy top knot and let some of it hang down to add volume. Put it up freely at the nape of your neck for a more put-together look.

Messy Bun

This bun is great if you want to look put-together but keep your hair out of your face. Cut off a piece of hair on one side and secure it with a rubber band. Then, twist the rest of your hair around the band to make a bun on top.

Side Bun

This style is great for people who want their waves to look more natural and mixed up. First, divide your hair into small chunks. Then, use a curling iron or hot rollers to add waves to each chunk.

Textured Wavy Hair

The most appropriate way to wear this vintage design is with a dress or jacket that is a plain hue. Make sure that your hair is loose and disheveled so that it can provide some movement and texture.

Retro bob