Word on the Street: Fall’s Hottest Colors Inspired by Street Style

Fall 2017 nail color collections take to the street for a look that's casual and chic. Here, take a closer look at the season's hottest shades.

When it comes to fashion, street style has become just as significant as the runways. Imaginative influencers are taking risks and pairing seemingly unmatchable styles with killer results. This fall, color connoisseurs can delight in similar pairings, with shades ranging from beautifully blushing nudes to complex mossy greens. And with multifaceted finishes, from flecks of shimmer to chunky glitter, nail style is best showcased on the street.

Mix & Match

Shirt Wildfox; Skirt Ott Dubai.Shirt Wildfox; Skirt Ott Dubai.

Playing with texture makes for stare-worthy style. Here, the subtle pearlescent sheen found in this deep
aubergine lacquer is softened with a matte topper. 

Less Is More

Jumpsuit: Roksanda; Necklace Swarovski; Rings Zoe Chico.Jumpsuit: Roksanda; Necklace Swarovski; Rings Zoe Chico.

Sometimes, the key to great style is simplicity. Stick with one statement piece (midnight blue jumpsuit, anyone?) and pair it with a modest swatch of glittering rose gold on tips. 

Full-on Fashion

Sweatshirt Rag & Bone; Shorts Alexander Wang; Shoes Angela Scott; Jewelry House of Bourgeois.Sweatshirt Rag & Bone; Shorts Alexander Wang; Shoes Angela Scott; Jewelry House of Bourgeois.

It’s well-known that a look doesn’t end with the clothes. From shoes to accessories to nails, it’s the finishing touches that bring the ensemble together—complete with a complementary coat of metallic copper.

Dare to Wear

Shirt H&M; Ring House of Bourgeois.Shirt H&M; Ring House of Bourgeois.

This season’s blue hues practically beg for  denim-inspired color on nails. After all, jeans do go with everything. 

-By Stephanie Yaggy Lavery

Photography by Armando Sanchez, Nails: Tracey Sutter, model: Louise Donegan, Photo/Genics, Makeup: Michelle Tabor Ramos, AIM Artists Hair: Sienree, Celestine Agency, Wardrobe: Jordan Grossman, Wardrobe assistant: Amanda Hipperson.

 

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