Wedding Guest Nails (in the Time of Corona)

While the 2020 wedding season may have been upended by COVID-19, we're starting seeing more and more 'micro-weddings' & outdoor weddings starting to pop back up. Plus, we're bracing ourselves for the onslaught of rescheduled celebrations in 2021, and all the new ones that put a ring on it in quarantine.

When your face is covered by your (stylish) mask, it feels even more important to pull together the rest of your look. Rocking your flyest, clean, manicure is one way to ensure you look on point no matter what the size & style of the wedding is. 

Here are our tips for best wedding-outfit coordinated nails: 


When you’re wearing a classic LBD

  • Go bold with Pinot Noir - add a sultry pop of color without overpowering the dress by matching your black dress with a dark red nail 
  • Lighten up with Halo Pink - balance out your dark dress with our whimsical nude shade of pink 

  • When you’re in florals 

  • Match any color combo with Basic - let your floral dress shine against this nude backdrop with our sandy-colored hue Basic 
  • Keep it colorful with Go-To-Pink - our classic pink color matches most springy flowered prints, and packs a punch of pink for stand-out nails with your stand-out pattern

  • When you’re in a solid, bridesmaids gown 

  • For lights go with White Hot - keep it simple with our classic no-sheen white, guaranteed to match both your gown and your bouquet, and the only time its okay to wear white and not be the bride! 
  • For darks, try Truffle - for a wintery wedding bridesmaid gown, match with our moodier dark brown that complements everything on the darker side of the spectrum 

  • Don’t see your outfit on here? No sweat!  Always be sure to check out our seasonal colors - we draw from seasonal fashion trends, so they often match the it-dress color  of the moment. 


    Still feeling lost, give us a shout! Reach out on instagram or email and someone from our team would be happy to help you pick the right shade for the next time you attend someone’s big day (or your own!).