Can you believe this year is almost over? I’m in disbelief! As we head towards the New Year, I have been looking back at 2017, and reminiscing about what I liked, and what I didn’t like. There were so many pretty nail polish hues this past year, many of which are still relevant for the upcoming new year. I loved so many colors in 2017, but these are my favorite ten nail polish hues from this past year.
Christian Louboutin Loubichrome Iii spring
Londontown Fruit Tella spring
Essie Blue-La-La summer
YSL Bronze Fever fall
Londontown Star Moss fall
Chanel Fiction holidays
Diorific Emerald by Dior holidays
Chanel Vert no. 19 winter
Chanel Vert no. 22 winter
Chanel Washed Denim spring
I love so many of these colors! I can’t wait to see which nail polish colors will be hot for 2018. Which nail polish hue from 2017 was your favorite? Which color do you see yourself wearing into 2018?
Some of these colors are still in stock! I also linked to a few similar colors:
Thanks for stopping by! Stay tuned, I will have more year in review posts coming up before the new year!
One of the big trends off the New York Fashion Week runways is denim. Denim for spring 2017 is a hot trend this year. We are seeing denim in dark, medium, and light washes. The American fabric, originally inspired from sailcloth made in Genoa, Italy, is being found on every type of clothing and accessory piece you can think of for spring 2017. This is the fabric of the season!
Since I am already a huge denim fan, I have had my eyes wide open when shopping for spring 2017. When I spotted this top by TopShop, I knew it had to be mine! I love the funky buckle details, and shirred hemlines. It is a classic top, reminiscent of 1960s silhouettes. This makes it modest yet eye-catching. Love that!
I love how it looks when I wear it with black skinny jeans. As the weather gets warmer, it will be cute to pair it with a pencil skirt.
What are your thoughts on the denim trend for spring 2017?
Christian Louboutin nail polish is hotter than hot; but oftentimes the price tag is bit off-putting. So for spring 2017, Christian Louboutin created a collection of mini’s, which are not that mini, and priced them at a competitive $30 a bottle. Love that!
This is a price point people expect to pay for luxury nail polish. Most premiere designers offer their nail colour at a price tag between $25-$35, so at $30 a bottle, Christian Louboutin has hit a price point home run.
For spring 2017, Christian Louboutin’s nail polish collection, Loubichrome, offers three bright nail polish hues. No beige or vamp for Louboutin this spring! The three colors are neon yellow, vivid fuchsia, some may call it neon violet, and a neon watermelon hue. These are not shy colors!
My favorite color of the Christian Louboutin Loubichrome collection is color number Iii, which is the neon fuchsia hue. This also happens to be the color selling out first from stores. If you want it, you can still find it in stock online here and online here.
I tested out Christian Louboutin Loubichrome Iii nail polish with one base coat, two coats of color, and no top coat. The polish lasted a full week! The week I wore it I took down my Christmas decorations, and my nail polish did not chip. Love that!
It seems as though the brush has been modified for spring 2017 as well. The brush in my Christian Louboutin Loubichrome mini was not as skinny as in other bottles I own of Christian Louboutin nail polish. It was still thin, but much easier to use. Love!
This is a great color alternative to spring 2017’s collection of grey’s, beige’s, pale pinks, and vampy colors. Sometimes you just need to brighten up the day! One of the Loubichrome nail polish colors will do just that!
The color I chose, Loubichrome Iii, is selling out quickly. If this is your favorite color from the collection, you can find it in stock online here and online here. Act quickly though, it is gone at most stores already! You can also find the remaining collection online here.
Which color from the Christian Louboutin Loubichrome spring 2017 nail polish collection is your favorite?