Claire Beaudreault
September 28, 2017 9:00 am
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Autumn is upon us, and nail brands have more than delivered when it comes to hot and cool fall-inspired polishes. Leather and sweater weather is nearly here, and with the arrival of pumpkin spice-flavored everything, it was only a matter of time before beauty brands released their own version of the fall drink (or a fall collection in general).

Whether you’re trying to hold onto an endless summer or looking forward to the holidays (aka the season of sparkle), you’ll find a new favorite among the fall’s new nail polishes. Greige, dark red, deep blue, mauve, and brick are just a few of the festive seasonal shades that have popped up too, proving that there’s a little something for everybody. A lot of brands also took inspiration from royalty, featuring jewel tones and glitters.

Here are our favorite new nail polish releases that are perfect for fall. We bet they’ll look great while you’re holding a Pumpkin Spice Latte.

Nails Inc

This coffee-inspired shade is keeping us up at night.

Londontown USA

This gold lacquer glimmers more than the Crown Jewels.

JINsoon

Abyss might describe how you feel when the cold weather hits, but this polish is far from a bummer.

Floss Gloss

Floss Gloss’s holo polish has us doing the hustle.

Ulta

If you aren’t ready to give up your summer blues, you’ll love this matte teal shade.

Deborah Lippmann

We love a good greige, and this one is nice and warm.

Ulta

The rich orange crème from the professional brand was inspired by the culture and colors of Spain.

Zoya

Shimmering evergreen is surprisingly wearable.

Ulta

A shimmering mauve that’s cooler than a glacier.

JINsoon

The perfect pumpkin shade to go with your Pumpkin Spice latte.

LVX

LVX took their fall inspiration from the runways of Chanel and Saint Laurent.

Flora 1761

A tribute to the humble but beautiful highland flower.

Deborah Lippmann

We are totally seduced by this shade named after the hypnotic Velvet Underground song.

Happy Fall, y’all!