Best Nail Colors to Try This Fall

by Milele Beauty
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Looking to spice up your nail polish collection just in time for pumpkin spice season? We understand. Meet 15 nail colors to embrace for fall and winter 2021—including oversaturated jewel tones and shimmer shades fit for an Instagram post. After all, there are about 13 weeks in fall; which gives you 13 excuses to DIY a manicure with the season’s trendiest shades.

1Star Gaze


If you’re already in glitter mode, this muted lavender is a cool alternative to the extra-blingy shades we’ll be wearing come the holidays.

2Lion’s Ear
3OPI Nature Strong Natural Origin Nail Lacquer


We just can’t quit grey nail polish in cooler months, and this smoky blue-grey is a cool update. Plus, it’s a part of OPI’s new plant-based line, Nature Strong.

4Soft Flame

A spicy crimson worth adding to your collection, just in time for the release of Red (Taylor’s Version).

5Rich Boss Lady


You can’t go wrong with deep green to signify a new season. And can we talk about the name? That’s what we call manifesting (or, shall we say, mani-festing).

6Essie Limited Edition Fall 2021 Collection


This bold blue from Essie’s fall collection will go perfectly with your cozy sweaters, but won’t look out of place during the last few weeks of summer either.

7Black Crystal


A shiny black manicure always feels right during fall. And when it comes from a bottle this chic? It’s on another level.

8Pineapple Skies
Pear Nova

This metallic evergreen is great all year long, but feels especially fun for fall and winter. Pick this for your next mani and you won’t be able to stop staring at your nails.

Mischo Beauty

Mischo Beauty’s crisp, chip-resistant midnight blue called #NYFW is a fresh take on a dark red or black manicure. Don’t be scared to give it a try.


Autumn and red wine go hand in hand—talking about nail colors, of course. Zoya’s vampy Blair shade has a hint of metallic shimmer, too, so it’ll stick out from the crowd.

11Nail Lacquer in Warm Mocha


Who doesn’t love a good nude? We love this neutral shade for any season, but especially for fall.

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