Kirsten Dunst's Romantic Rodarte Hair Is The Only Way To Wear A Wedding Flower Crown

Don't even think about working a flower crown at your wedding until you see this.

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It's official - when it comes to red carpet hairdos, fresh flowers are having a major A-list moment.

First Jennifer Lawrence gave us Autumnal bride vibes with wine coloured blooms woven through a tousled updo at the recent Mother! premiere, and now Kirsten Dunst has stepped out at the premiere of her latest film Woodshock working the most haute couture flower crown ever.

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Forget the cheap faux flower crowns of festivals past, instead Dunst channelled close friends and directors of Woodshock, sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy aka Rodarte. Loose blonde waves, a centre parted fringe and swathes of white gypsophilia reminiscent of the designers' seriously ethereal SS18 show gave the actress the most Pinterest-worthy hair ever.

A more subtle interpretation of hairstylist Odile Gilbert's oversized garlands back in July, Dunst's delicate baby's breath adornments were no less romantic with sprigs tucked gently into each side of her hair.

The hairstylist responsible for Dunst's ethereal 'do? The one and only Jenny Cho aka the woman behind J-Law's floral updo as well. Someone's got a thing for fresh flowers...

Paired with a dove grey and gold lace ruffled gown from the same collection and matching flowers draped casually across her arms, Dunst looked every bit the fashion forward fairytale princess.

Just swap that grey gown for a white wedding dress and you've got yourself one whimsically chic bride. Could this be inspiration for Dunst's own upcoming nuptials?

Watch this space.

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