The weather is getting warmer, and the summer season is almost here. The bright and vibrant colors of spring and summer are starting to show up everywhere. These bold colors look great on clothing, but how do you choose the right nail polish color for your wardrobe? Consider the season.
Here are some tips for choosing the right nail polish color for your wardrobe this spring and summer:
– Greens: Green has been gaining a lot of popularity over the past few years. With the warm weather approaching, shades of green make a great choice. Shades of green that are bright and bold work great with dresses or skirts in solid colors.
– Neutral Colors: Light pink, white, tan and beige work well with many different styles of clothing. They can be worn at any time during the year, day or night, as they complement many different outfits.
– Blues: Blue is always in style during the warmer months of the year. Bright blues work well with bold prints and patterns, while darker blues work well with lighter colored clothes.
– Yellows: Yellow is another bright color that works great with many different outfits. It is bold enough to make a statement but not too bold to overpower other colors in an outfit.
The season you are in will determine the color palette for everything you wear. Knowing this will help to guide you in choosing a nail polish color for your wardrobe season. I’m about to explain how and why this is important.
As a Personal Stylist, I work with women every day who have no shortage of clothes and accessories, but still struggle to create an outfit that reflects their style. The biggest reason for this is that they do not have a seasonal color palette. Without one, it’s almost impossible to shop efficiently or dress with confidence.
Whether your wardrobe season is Winter or Summer, Spring or Autumn, there are certain colors that flatter your complexion more than others. These are the colors that will make your eyes sparkle and your skin glow! With these colors at the forefront of your wardrobe, and complementing colors worn as accents, you can be sure you’ll look and feel fabulous every time you get dressed!
Nail polish colors are a dime a dozen, but how do you choose the right one for you? I mean, we see nail polishes in drugstores and beauty stores, we see them all over our Facebook feeds, Instagram and Pinterest. We see them everywhere! It’s easy to get overwhelmed with the choice of colors out there.
The best way to choose nail polish colors is to start with your wardrobe. When you’re choosing what clothes to wear, you consider the season, right? You don’t throw on your winter coat if it’s 80 degrees outside (unless you live in NYC and it’s that type of day). The same idea should be applied to your nails. If you’re wearing summery colors like yellows, pinks and greens then those are the shades that should be on your nails as well. That doesn’t mean bright reds won’t look good during the summer months, but keep it a little more muted than full-on reds.
For the fall months, when we start bringing out our darker colors like navy blues and browns, those darker colors should also be reflected on our nails. However, that doesn’t mean you have to shy away from bright colors for the fall as well. Fall is about balance; pairing a
I am a true believer in the color of your nails matching the season. I believe that it can make or break an outfit and I have actually seen women change their nail polish to match their outfit before heading out!
I love to wear neutral colors for my nails as a base, but then play around with pops of color for each season.
This is a great way to try on new colors and get comfortable wearing them.
When you are wearing them on your nails, you can be more bold than you think because it is only temporary and can be changed easily.
Here are some tips for choosing the right nail polish color this season:
I have a lot of nail polish. No, not a lot. A whole hell of a lot. I know, I know “you can never have too many nail polishes” but I think its possible to get to the point where you have enough. Enough to last you a very long time before buying another bottle.
I say this because after doing an inventory of my collection, I noticed something interesting: my nail polish collection is comprised of mostly neutral colors with the occasional pops of color. Neutrals and pastels dominate every single season with deep reds and blues only showing up in the cooler months.
Why is that? Why do we choose to wear light pastel colors in the spring and summer? Why are we drawn towards darker richer hues during fall and winter?
What does that mean for you? If youre looking for a way to assess how your nail polish will look on your skin tone, consider the season and what youll be wearing at that time of year. Youll want your nails to compliment the outfits you select from your closet (and vice versa).
The seasons play an important role in your wardrobe, so why not a mani/pedi color? The weather and the holidays are great inspiration to create the perfect look. This is a fun way to freshen up your wardrobe without buying new clothes!
Winter: Think of winter as the time for neutral nails. This is a perfect time to use those gorgeous taupes, beiges, and grays. I love using these colors during the winter because it matches everything. You can also choose gray or black nails if you want to make a statement.
Spring: Spring’s weather inspires me to choose bolder, brighter colors on my nails because I feel like wearing brighter bolder clothing. Yellow, coral, bright pink are all great spring time choices.
Summer: Summer is bright and sunny so use that as inspiration for your mani/pedi color. Use bright oranges and yellows or white mixed with a bold color as an accent nail for summer.
Fall: Fall is the best season for nail polish because you can go dark with deep reds and purples or lighten things up with neutrals like browns and beige.
In the winter and fall, opt for darker jewel tones or neutrals. These colors are often less bold and striking than summer shades, but they’ll still add a pop of color when you need it.
In the spring, brighten up your nails with pastels or even neons. You can also choose a classic nude or pink to match your floral dresses.
In the summer, brighten up your wardrobe with bold colors like yellow, turquoise, or orange. For a more subtle look, choose a nude or light pink that won’t clash with your clothes.