The asymmetrical neckline of the gown is highlighted by hair pulled back from the shoulders, but if you don't usually prefer your hair pulled back, you may still wear a few strands up front with a face-framing ponytail.
This hairstyle is popular regardless of the silhouette, and it works well with one-shoulder dresses. We adore this style, which pairs the fullness of the bangs with casually disheveled curls on the body.
Though we think it would look amazing on bridesmaids, Caribbean music diva Rutshelle Guillaume nailed this outfit for her birthday. The center-parted face-framing portions are quite trendy, yet the updo is timeless.
To keep the front particularly taut, slick the front pieces with a pomade or wax stick (like Bed Head's Tigi Hair Stick), pull them back, and join with a hair tie at the nape of your neck (beneath the rest of your hair).
A modern center section and a sleek bun? Don't say anything more. This look has a black-tie flair to it and works well with practically any silhouette or neckline, including one-shoulder gowns.
The reception is the ideal setting for a stylish second look that combines whimsical and timeless elements. Change your dress for a one-shoulder mini, such as this Gia by Sarah Seven, and wear your hair down.
There are a ton of stylish ways to wear braids with one-shoulder dresses on Black hair; this exquisite version is our fave. Here, cornrow braids are braided into a bun to highlight the dress's feathery neckline accents.
One of the greatest hairstyles for a one-shoulder dress is a lovely ponytail, which you can dress up or down depending on the occasion and gown (the bride-to-be wore a pony for her rehearsal dinner and accessorized it with statement flower.