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Essie Fall Colors Are ‘Dressed to Kilt’

July 29, 2014

Deep reds, blues and greens are big in nail collection.

Live dangerously. Dress flawlessly. Inspired by a woman’s undeniable feminine mystique, Essie’s fall 2014 collection “Dressed to Kilt” delivers shades so chic it is almost criminal, said the company.
 
From a rich autumnal red and novel deep cobalt, to seasonal staples mahogany and taupe, essie’s fall palette is a compelling collection of highly complementary hues that work beautifully together and make a serious style statement all on their own.
 
“This collection is for the international woman of mystery who’s confident and confidential all rolled into one seductive creature,” says brand founder and Global Creative Director Essie Weingarten. “This season is all about channeling this feminine mystique with shadowy shades that exude mystery.”
 
Essie’s fall 2014 collection retails at $8.50 per bottle and will be available in September 2014 at essie.com, fine salons and beauty
destinations nationwide.
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