Everyone Is Matching Their Nails to Their Coffee This Fall

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Last year’s latte nails just got an autumn makeover. Suddenly, everyone — TikTok creators, celebs, and the girl next to me at the nail salon — is getting coffee nails. It’s a simple trend really. You simple just match your nails to your coffee order. That means, the color will be black, dark brown, honey brown, creamy golden — the options are endless.

Coffee-inspired manicures also swirl together brown and caramel polishes to create the look of a latte, so if you want to level up your nail game, give it a try. Or take inspo from the below nail ideas and bring them to the salon and see if your manicurist can nail the look. It’s not too far removed from the clean-girl nail trend, which is also blowing up, especially in Los Angeles. The shades are just a bit different depending on your skin tone but can give off the same vibe.

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Below, some of the looks we’re drooling over. You’re going to want to bookmark this.

1. Coffee Brown

Essie has some of the perfect coffee-colored nail shades, like Expressie Cold Brew Crew ($9.66 at Amazon).

2. Mocha Choco Latte

Painting in nail a different color really ups the trend factor.

3. Coffee French Nails

Nothing screams fall like this cool variation of coffee nails with different shades of white and brown.

4. Marble French Nails

If you don’t want to go fully brown with your nails, try these coffee-inspired French tips with Lights Lacquer nail polish in Clueless, Cappuccino, and Espresso ($11 each at Lights Lacquer).

5. Minimalist Coffee Nails

You don’t have to have major skills to nail the coffee nail trend. Just find a brown shade you love and get creative. We’re into Sally Hansen Miracle Gel Nail Polish in Been There, Dune That ($9.29 at Amazon

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