While citrus shades of yellow and orange stole the show this spring/summer season, another color is coming up on the lacquered horizon: green! And it's not just your typical Crayola hue—fall's most popular shades are reminiscent of '50s bugle boy styling. Army green, mint, olive, jade, and seafoam in metallic and creamy textures remind us of the retro color palette of futuristic kitchen design. We're loving khaki and sea green on tips and toes, so try out these polishes from the latest fall collections.
We're smitten with Chanel's latest It shade from their Fall 2011 Collection. Peridot, an olive green shot with multi-dimensional iridescence, is inspired by its namesake—it truly looks like jewels on your fingertips!
If you're searching for the perfect creamy turquoise green, look no further! When we first talked about the Orly Birds of a Feather Collection, we knew the shade Lucky Duck was one of our favorites. Beauties, this glossy and creamy finish is best served with a retro red lip!
RGB is always known for trend-setting shades, and we think their newest pastel mossy color (called Camp), is a refreshing shift from fall's typically shadowy color palette. Wear this creamy shade with rich fabrics and textures.