‘70s Inspired Nail Colors for Fall 2019

7 shades that you will see throughout this season

‘70s Inspired Nail Colors for Fall 2019

Fall – the time for sweater weather, pumpkin spice, cozy boots, and (of course) great manicures. Now that the bright summer colors have finally drawn to a close, fall nail colors are all about deep warm toned shades inspired by the 1970s. Here are 7 shades that you will see throughout this season.

Mustard Yellow

Mustard Yellow is making a huge comeback this season, and no other color is as perfect for fall as Hay There from Essie’s 2019 Fall collection. The perfect transition shade from summer to fall, it looks great with all skin tones.

Brick Red Oranges

Nothing shouts October more than burnt red orange. This brick color will be everywhere. *Screaming ‘70s vibes, It’s A Piazza Cake by OPI is the perfect shade for those who want to rock orange this spooky time of the year.

Classy Brown

A classy brown will never go out of style; all Hail the Queen by Butter London is a cool toned brown with sparkles in it. This shade is perfect for an elegant manicure.

Forest Green

Green is just as big in the fall as it was in the 70s. Essie’s Sweater Weather is truly something special. This metallic green shade looks great for all skin tones. If you want to rock the green manicure, look no further.

Deep Plums

It would not be fall without sporting a deep plum red on your nails. Sally Hansen’s Wine stock has the right mix of red and purple to make your nails stand out this fall. Match with a deep plum or red lipstick and you are good to go.

Dark Blues

Blues and navies are on trend this fall. Deep enough to work for fall 2019, OPI My Favorite Gal Pal is light enough on your nails to see that gorgeous blue shade.

Light Gray

This fall, you will see gray manicures everywhere, so join the trend setters with Sally Hansen’s Namas-grey. This cool cream gray is classy on the nails and goes with every outfit imaginable, making this color the perfect choice.

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