Royal Navy // Shag // Tea with the Queen // West End Wonderland // British Racing Green // Chimney Sweep
Do a twist on the usual deep jewel tones by using a dark navy instead. It's the perfect blend of bold and (not quite) black without feeling over done. Next is my favorite alternate version of burgundy. The color is just a bit lighter and the metallic hints give it a whole new look depending on the light. Now you don't need to worry about your nails being too matchy-matchy with your favorite burgundy sweater! Tea with the Queen is a great basic beige to carry you over from the light colors of summer. And really, is there better name to answer with when people ask what you're wearing? Usually I reserve sparkle and glitter polishes for winter but this deep gold really caught my eye. It's darker color means it's not too flashy and won't make it look like you're prepping for New Year's seven weeks early. Next is the most classic of the bunch - an emerald green. This particular shade again is dark enough to let the colors of your clothes take the spotlight, but not so dark that it will be confused for a basic black. Last is a dark gray, obviously. Because really what season would be complete without the perfect shade of gray?