Fall nails featuring Essie

Hey dolls!

This weekend I went school clothes shopping with my niece and sister. Wow! I forgot how hard that was. But we had fun. Which brings me to my next point. Back to school means Fall. Do you remember the smell of the first day of school? That crisp earthy smell? Close your eyes & take it in.

I love fall.  It takes second place in my favorite seasons. The colors, sights and smells. Not to mention wearing snuggly clothes. Scarves are my favorite fall/winter accessory.

Since we’ve been featuring all things fall as of late, I wanted to share some dazzling nail polishes with you to help inspire your fall wardrobe.



So excited with the fall collection from Essie. This collection is dedicated to New York City. I think you will find these colors quite exciting as well as wearable.



Say It Ain’t Soho. It’s a rich shimmery orange. Just like the lovely leaves of fall. I love this one. To me a good orange polish makes a fall wardrobe pop.



It Takes a West Village. A dusty rose that blends well with Pantones colors.  Imagine this color with Red Pear or Crocus Petal.



Stop, Drop, & Shop. If I could choose only one color to add to my nail polishes, it would be this beautiful mulberry red.



Fall For NYC.  A bright yellow which is reminiscent of the speedy taxis in the city. Beep beep!



Empire State of Mind. A shimmery metallic grey that mimics the magnificent buildings of New York City.



Booties on Broadway. A super shade of deep blue. It reminds me of the night sky.

All of these polishes are available at Ulta

Photo credits: The Trendy Nail and Elite Daily. Follow their blogs!

Special thanks to Essie for giving us a safer alternative in nail polishes.

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