This past weekend I went to Wilmington and while I had a great time and Wilmington is absolutely stunning I have had my fill the North Carolina coast for the year. I am ready for cooler weather and changing leaves!
2015’s fall color palette is earthy and full of neutrals. But have no fear! There is a bit of color to balance all that earthyness out.
Under the jump you will find my top 5 color picks for fall 2015! Make sure to leave a comment with the polishes you’re looking forward to wearing this fall.
1. Silver: Or really, just gray. But silver is much more fun to wear. This fall’s silver’s are less metallic (think essie No Place Like Chrome) and more shimmery (like Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Buffalo Nickle). essie included a silver in their winter collection that I’m currently obsessed with (that review will be up tomorrow!). Another nice option is Centennial Celebration by OPI.
2. Muted Teal: This is a nice way to add color in an earthy kind of way. Muting the teal makes the color very fall appropriate. My favorite polish in this color category is Barielle Ribbon & Lace. If you have essie Fall In Line from last fall it will work even though it’s a bit more green it still has that muted quality.
3. Bronze: Tan is super trendy this fall when it comes to clothes and accessories. Fortunately, since tan is a pretty boring nail polish color, bronze is popular among fall colors this year. Leggy Legend is the namesake for essie’s fall 2015 collection is a more traditional pick. But, my favorite is the glittery Can’t Be Tamed from the deborah lippmann Roar collection.
4. Burnt Orange: As far as I’m concerned burnt orange is always in style but this fall burnt orange is everywhere. For much of the past month essie Color Binge has been my go to polish and I don’t see that changing. Katie really likes OPI It’s a Piazza Cake and is a good option for those of you with a warmer skin tone.
5. Bar glitter: Fringe is everywhere this fall including on nails. Granted, no one is actually putting fringe on their nails. For nail polish bar glitter is taking the place of fringe. There are a ton bar glitter polishes out there. A couple I like are essie Peak of Chic and nails inc Mayfair Mews. A note about this trend: It’s definitely better (and is more true to fringe) to use the bar glitter on only part of the nail.