Fall is undeniably my favourite season because of all the elegant warm hues, the cozy atmosphere and the aromas of mahogany teakwood and cinnamon goodness. It’s always sunny and hot here in Singapore, but that isn’t stopping me from wearing nail polishes that brilliantly complement that pumpkin spice latte. Bring in the jewel tones, the dark shades and the earth elements!

Jewel of the Emerald

A England “Saint George”
A England “Saint George”

Want something simple to throw on? Jewel tones are perfect for Fall and Winter. I love wearing a deep and rich manicure of emerald to give that sense of extravagance and classiness. Pair it with a rustic gold bohemian ring and you’re good!

 

 

Sliver of Texture

Leather Nail Polish from Nails Inc
Leather Nail Polish from Nails Inc

Inspired by the aesthetics of Kat Von D, this punk-rock-meets-goth-meets-floral design incorporates a leather texture accent nail with a silver skull charm, an intricate matte floral line work, and some silver to introduce that cool don’t-mess-with-me vibe. This with a leather jacket and boots, perfect.

 

 

On The Marble

Photo courtesy of @Followthatway

Photo courtesy of @Followthatway

The marble print is always timeless and you can literally pair it with anything – it’ll do you no wrong. I paired these hand-painted marble print with accent black pieces such as studs and half moons. Mix in a dash of rose gold or emerald along the marble lines for that something extra!

 

 

Oath of the Earth

Photo courtesy of @Followthatway

Photo courtesy of @Followthatway

Check point 3. for how you can pair the marble print with anything! If you don’t want to spend too much time on nail art, but you still want some bling and florals on your nails, try some nail vinyls and little dried flowers! The combination of warm brown, dusty rose and gold complements almost any skin tone!

 

 

Edgy Feminine Vintage

Photo courtesy of @Followthatway

Photo courtesy of @Followthatway

And if you know me, you’d know that I can never live without my signature floral work. Try a darker palette for your next vintage floral design! The warmth of the yellow gold infused into the family of teal vintage green and pitch black calls for a mighty celebration of edginess and femininity. Of course, don’t forget to try out some mirror chrome nails and some glitter! If all else fails, the classic burgundy red manicure never goes out of style.