Metallic Nail Polish Is a Celebrity Favorite Once Again

Metallic nail polish in silver

After a year of ups and downs, the beauty world is finally showing signs of familiar optimism. Blonde highlights, cotton candy hair colors, lush eyelashes, and graphic ‘60s eyeliner are all slowly creeping back into the spotlight. And how does the world of nail polish respond to this? By bringing back its metallic tones, of course!

Metallic Nail Polish Is a Kardashian Favorite

Kim Kardashian If you can trust anyone to start or revive a trend, it’s the Kardashian sisters. Both Kim and Khloe have been spotted sporting super shiny nails recently. Kim wore multiple bronze shades for her new fragrance, Metallic Hearts, photoshoot, while Khloe was seen with a lengthy, V-shaped metallic silver French manicure.

Kim Kardashian during a promo photoshoot for her newest fragrance wearing metallic nails

The Kardashians aren’t the only famous people to bring metallic nail polish back. Singer Billie Eilish sported chic chrome nails for a recent Vanity Fair cover. The best news for us normal gals is that we don’t need nail extensions and chrome powder to get in on this trend.

Other Nail Polish Trends for 2021

With winter soon giving up the reigns to spring, we’re about to see a lot of green in trendy nail designs. So, if you stocked up on Christmas and St. Patrick’s Day greens, don’t set them aside, as they will be just as popular this spring as they were a couple of months ago. Another trend is the zebra print and animal patterns, in general. Some of them are easy to make, others are better left to the pros, but no matter who does your nails, this trend is fantastic to look at, and it can add an edge to virtually any style.

Zebra print nails

Last but not least, alternate colored nails will always be in fashion. From neon pinks and blues, to yellows and purple-ish, you can’t go wrong with that, especially if you add a dash of metallic, wink wink.

5 Thanksgiving Day Outfits to Wear and Comfortably Feast In

Even though it feels like summer just ended, fall is here, and that means Thanksgiving is right around the corner. That also means that you have to start planning your turkey-day outfit. Whether it’s a safe and small gathering with family or a small and more formal affair, the following outfits will be perfect for the occasion.

Thanksgiving Day Outfit Choices

Everyone has a different style and sense of fashion, and Thanksgiving is the day to show it off. You can go all out in a fancy dress and high heels or keep it super simple in sweatpants. Here are 5 outfits to wear on turkey-day that will keep you looking good, comfortable, and stylish.

1. Knitted Sweater and Skirt

Girl wearing a knitted sweater and a skirt, fall background You can pair a knitted sweater with a denim or leather skirt along with some over-the-knee boots or short booties for a chic Thanksgiving look. For more of a fall look, you can choose colors like brown, orange, yellow, or beige. Accessorize with your favorite hat, jewelry, bags, and more.

2. Maxi Dress and Cardigan

Young woman wearing a maxi dress and a cardigan outside A stylish and comfortable maxi dress can give you the fashionable and put-together look that you’re going for, especially for turkey-day. Add a long flowy cardigan to keep you warm and cozy while you feast.

3. Knit Set

A young woman wearing a knit set in brown You’ll want to be as comfortable as possible while you’re at the table, so why not show up in a cozy ribbed sweater and matching pants? There are stylish knit sets that will make you feel like you’re dressing down, but you’ll look as stylish as ever.

4. Stylish Jumpsuit

A young woman wearing a stylish jumpsuit in pink Whether you opt for a trendy boiler suit or a standard jumpsuit, you can definitely dress it up and down to your liking. A jumpsuit makes getting ready for Thanksgiving easy since you don’t need to worry about matching your top with your bottoms. Just add some shoes and you’re ready.

5. Denim on Denim

Cool Autumn Girl in Denim Outfit and Sunglasses Holding Pumpkin Wearing denim on denim is never a bad idea. Throw on a denim top or long-sleeve and some of your favorite jeans, and you’re good to go.