Forget about bags, scarves, and jewelry – this season, you’ll find the hottest accessory at your fingertips. Extravagant nail art made an explosive statement on all the fall runways and while you can’t quite recreate the professional’s elaborate designs yourself, you can draw inspiration from their color choices.
You need nails that are versatile, looking flawless with any outfit you wear; from casual jeans and sweaters in class to that new cocktail dress for a night out. That’s something even the most breathtaking nail art can’t offer. Right now, you should still be working white-hot nails, a top summer beauty trend, but as Labor Day approaches, get ready to transition to darker shades. Here are the 5 hottest fall nail colors from New York Fashion Week you simply must start wearing.
As you already know, purple is fall’s new favorite color, so there’s no better way to wear it than on your nails. Embrace your regal side with a deep plum.
Red has always been a classic nail color, but you can be a little more adventurous this fall with a burgundy. This deep shade, still part of the same color family, is more subdued and sophisticated than the usual fire-engine red, and offers a subtle sex appeal.
Navy has always been winter’s favorite color, so it can often seem dull and overused. However, this season, nail polish provides an unexpected twist to the shade, adapting it with a sensuous vibe.
4: DARK METALLIC
Metallic nails are a great way to emit a mysterious vibe, while enticing with the glittery sheen. A dark metallic is the classiest way to pull off sparkly nails in the winter.
Enough of these dark, serious shades – you can still have fun with bold color choices on your nails in the autumn. Teal is vibrant, whimsical and luxurious.
BONUS NAIL TREND: The Edgy French Manicure
French manis are always in vogue; they’re chic and elegant. Get that same look, but with a little modern twist: black tips. Stick with the usual muted, pale base, and then show off your style with sleek black tips.
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