Essie’s fall 2017 collection is inspired by rebellious spirits of the 90 ’s so like, a collection perfectly constructed for all of us and our moody selves. Swap out your bright summer red for a shade that resembles your fave wine–a Merlot grape. It’s a dark wine with purple undercurrents and since it says it all in the name, it’ll look phenom with an oversized cardigan and knee-high socks.
This fall, OPI wants you to travel to Iceland to see cool shit like volcanoes and glaciers. Thanks for the offer, but I can’t even deal with east coast wintertimes so I’m gonna pass. However, I will vacay there vicariously through their new Iceland collection, especially with this shade of shimmery blue and purple. Its sparkly cool tone and deep hue says sophisticated AF for a work-focused attitude you probs won’t have for more than a week come next season.
Any shade of purple usually indicates you’re into like, mysterious men solely for the reason that they use pickup lines you merely hear in movies without presenting any depth of character. Sounds about right, so it only constructs sense to draw them in with a darker chic manicure. A deep purple such as this captivating shade complements every skin tone and devotes off an intense secretive impact. Boys love that shit. I’d assume “roubachka” backs me up on this but I literally can’t find any other translation other than “Russian blouse” so I’m rolling with it. Side note: Every time I use a burnish from the Le Vernis line, my nails never chip and they last longer than my pedicures, which is unheard of, so I promise this one is worth the splurge.
basic bitch fall like a pure orange to remind us of literally everything autumn represents: Halloween, pumpkins, leaves, more pumpkins…etc. Most would stray away from an orange nail because well, it’s orange and not really anyone’s first choice, but with the weather get cooler and skies getting darker, the bright shade will enhance your skin tone for a subtle warm glow and offer a nice pop to your depressing neutral wardrobe.
A combo of gray and that neutral beige we’ll be wearing too much of is this gorg colour. It’s the new nude to hold you over during the next few months with brown hues and cool smokey undercurrents. Wear for a clean classy look to perk up your mood in the bland office or let it complement any bold attire you choose to blackout in Labor Day weekend.