Essie Fall In Line

Essie Fall In Line coverI am really enjoying Essie’s fall 2014 Dress to Kilt collection. The colors are gorgeous and super wearable and make me wish it wasn’t so hot outside!

Despite the weather, I’m still having a good time wearing fall shades. Fall In Line is what Essie calls an enigmatic jade. I don’t know about calling a nail polish enigmatic but I can get on board with jade.

The formula is great though I did need three coats.

I really love this polish and I don’t have anything similar in my collection. This is a great, non offensive way to wear green polish. Plus, I just think this color looks super chic.

The Dressed to Kilt collection is currently available at Ulta as well as on Amazon.

There are, of course, swatches under the jump.

Alli

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13 thoughts on “Essie Fall In Line

  1. Lost In Polish says:

    This polish is beautiful! And looks so good on you!

  2. Oh this is a bit unusual isn’t it? Grunge, olive, green and then some.

  3. Gorgeous. I know that their fall collection isn’t necessarily unique, but all the shades are simply stunning!

  4. Ooh, a gorgeous one!

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