It’s officially sweater weather with six limited edition nail polishes from Essie with the fall 2019 collection. “It’s time to get back to your roots and explore the home grown countryside with the essie fall 2019 collection of six autumn nail polish shades. As the leaves begin to fall and the outside air becomes crisp – it’s official, it’s sweater weather. These limited edition nail polish shades are guaranteed to leave you on the bright cider.”
Essie is one of my favorite nail brands partly because they do really good seasonal collections. They build a color story that really represents a feeling, trend, season! Because of that I decided to google the fall collection 2019 and I barely found any IRL’s, swatches, etc and I was a little shocked. The ones I did find convinced me to head over to CVS and see what they had. I intended only to pick up one shade but after seeing the colors, the theme, the names I couldn’t leave without at least 3.
The top 3 I picked were 3 colors I definiltey did not already have in my collection. Hay There, a fall yellow, caught my eye first. Its a perfect color to transition with. On The Bright Cider, the color of apple cider, became a must-have for my Apple Hill fall outings. Sweater Weather, a metallic green, which is the most out of my norm. It was also the last bottle in this color at the store and from the reviews I read it was the one that everyone liked best so I grabbed it too.
On The Bright Cider
These 3 shades were my September mani colors. Usually I stick to my pinks, berries, reds but I’m glad I got something out of my comfort zone. Sweater Weather got the most compliments from strangers haha. Its kinda alien, kinda fall, kinda shimmery. I see Sweater Weather being a really fun color for Halloween too! These 3, well the whole collection really, go so well with the fall trends… menswear, 70’s vibe, plaids, neutrals, marigold, denim… Now the question is do I need the other 3 shades from this collection!? I really like the other three for all my other fall activities, visit to the pumpkin patch, friendsgiving, regular Thanksgiving, etc. I think I just answered my own question 😉