Fall is here, which means the leaves are turning orange, red, and yellow, decorative gourds and squash centerpieces are on every table, and pumpkins are in lattes, hair shades, and handbags

That's not a complaint, pumpkins are great! They taste delicious and come in an array of beautiful orange hues that remind us of fall's beauty. If you're looking for an autumnal manicure to match your jack-o'-lantern, look no further than these 10 pumpkin nail polishes, in hues that will take you from cozy sweater weather to crisp fall date nights. 

It’s a Piazza Cake by OPI, $10.40, at OPI.

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OPI and their hilarious nail polish names are at it again! This decadent color makes me want to eat all the Thanksgiving dishes and desserts. It's somewhere in between pumpkin and pasta sauce, and will transition nicely into spring.

Rust Worthy by Essie, $9, at Amazon

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This gorgeous metallic rust color was released as part of Essie's fall 2019 collection, and it's been so sought after that it has sold out almost everywhere. Grab a bottle on Amazon and treat it like the One Ring: Never let it out of your grasp.

Keep Calm Patent Shine 10X Nail Lacquer by Butter London, $18, at Butter London.

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I'm obsessed with this deep terra cotta color — it makes me want to prune all of my houseplants for the upcoming fall and winter dormancy period. If I wear a black turtleneck, I can live out my Kat Von D black garden dreams.

Hope by JINsoon, $18, at Barneys New York

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Fall nail polish colors don't need to be moody and dark — they can be as delightfully bright as you want. This midtone orange color is perfect for 'gramming your freshly baked fall treats and Halloween parties. Just don't be that person in a Babadook costume.

Accent Piece by China Glaze, $3.75 down from $7.50, at Ulta

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This China Glaze is giving me midcentury furniture vibes in the best way possible. I'm picturing a Thanksgiving dinner in Don and Meghan Draper's fabulous apartment in 1960s New York City, wood paneling on the walls very much included.

J. Hannah Nail Polish in Nectar, $19, at J. Hannah

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Yes, $19 is a lot to pay for a bottle of nail polish, but allow me to enable your splurge. I adore jewelry designer J. Hannah's nail polishes — they are uniquely desaturated tones that are inspired by nature, dreams, and literature; her colors remind me of the hues in a Georgia O'Keefe painting. This shade, Nectar, feels like a cozy, worn-in vintage sweater.

Donatella by Floss Gloss, $9, at Amazon

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Floss Gloss is one of the best indie nail polish brands out there, in my not-so humble opinion. This woodsy color looks stunning on these talon claws, but would also work for us short-nailed divas. Pair with a flannel button-down and soak in the fall vibes with a glass of cider.

Particulière Le Vernis by Chanel, $28, at Orchard Mile

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OK, no joke, I have been wearing Particulière for about … seven years now? It's one of Chanel's most popular nail polish colors for a reason: There is no dupe that can compare to the complexity and depth of this greige color, and I should know, I've tried them all. Every fall, I go through half a bottle of this shade; something about it is deeply soothing, like your favorite hot drink.

Miama Fever by KL Polish, $6, at KL Polish

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This is another terra cotta hue, but I love the slightly red undertone, which gives serious date-night appeal. Wear this to dinner with your special someone, and watch their faces melt as you pick up a piece of cheese off the cheese board at dinner and eat it like that memorable scene from Hot Shots.

Pathological Lair by China Glaze, $3.75 down from $7.50, at Ulta

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China Glaze can do no wrong, and this color from its Halloween 2019 nail polish collection is a perfect primary orange color, best worn to pass out candy to trick-or-treaters coming to your door.


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