Autumn nails 2022: neutral, dark and moody

Need autumn nails inspiration? I’ve got you covered. Every cold season, I go back to my obsession with wine-like nails – that deep and dark, almost black, burgundy. It looks so stylish and moody, so perfect for fall. But don’t worry, I’ve got many more ideas up my sleeve.

Even though it’s November and we are on the last stretch of autumn, it’s still nice to have a bit of inspo for this transition period to ease us into all things festive.

Although, to be completely honest, if I see one more Christmas display in London and festive sweet treats at local cafés, I won’t be able to hold back from decking out our flat with foliage, baubles and fairy lights…

This year, I’ve been feeling the Christmas spirit from the moment Halloween was over and the calendar turned to November 1st. So get ready because I have plenty of nail ideas for the festive season, too – coming soon.

Until then, I’ve put together the prettiest autumn nails for 2022 that I spotted on Instagram to help get you inspired for your next appointment.

Picture forest green and copper nails, fall-themed designs with leaves and knit patterns, a dash of brown chrome, or a chic gold French manicure. Fits your style? Then, I hope you enjoy…

Image: @pegi_nails
Image: @carooline.e
Image: @nailsbynicole.__
Image: @theprogeluk
Image: @nailsbycharlx
Image: @monika_ciecholewska
Image: @edennailsbylaura
Image: @gelsbybry
Image: @nailslpc.xo
Image: @barbrafeszyn
Image: @vwnails_
Image: @disseynails

Feeling inspired? Let me know on Instagram @irinaiacob which design was your favourite.

See you soon here on blog,

Irina x

Author: irinaiacob

My name is Irina, born and raised in Bucharest, Romania, currently chasing my dreams in London, United Kingdom. I first smiled on 23 October 1997 and I have done so since. In 2016, I wanted to create a blog to have an outlet for my creativity – a safe space where I could express myself and talk about subjects I am passionate about – beauty, fashion, lifestyle. I find inspiration in the little things and I always write with a cup of coffee next to me.

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