Native Polish is at it again. For the fourth time this year, the New Orleans company’s first year of business, a new line debuted under the Native brand. Yesterday, the company shared its Fall/Winter 2016 collection just in time for this gorgeous autumnal weather. Hopefully the rich, warm colors will keep the fall, boot and scarf weather around for good.

Arguably the company’s best collection to date, the fall 2016 line combines six new shades with the brands lovable New Orleans names. This season’s line includes Shutter Envie, Ya-Ya Nights, Love Y’all, Hotter Sauce, Blues Breakdown, a 2-in-1 primer and Gulf Oyster – the brand’s core shade that is carried into each new season.

Our two favorites have to be the Hotter Sauce and the Blues Breakdown. The Hotter Sauce is a deep, rich red that is a perfect staple for any New Orleans woman. The Blues Breakdown hits the spot with one this fall’s trendiest colors. The darker blue shade gives a pop of color while keeping with the cool tones of the season.

We’ve always said these polishes are the perfect gift for your maids or in a gift basket for out of town guests. Lucky for us, Native Polish keeps making more.

 

 

The shades as told by Native:

Shutter Envie: Warm, sensual rust tone that will immediately become the focal point of any ensemble, no different than a pair of standout shutters on a unique Mid-City shotgun home. 

Ya-Ya Nights: Copper meets sparkle to compliment any evening outfit and destination choice. Cue happy hour at the French 75 bar with the Ya-Ya you’re on this wild ride with. 

Gulf Oyster: Native’s mainstay shade that’s been carried over each season due to its popularity, the putty, versatile neutral is a go-to for New Orleans women, just like oysters on our favorite menus.

Love Y’all: Calm, eye-catching grey, attracting women from all corners of the Crescent City chatting it up with Southern slang.

Hotter Sauce: Deeper, bolder red than its predecessor, this spicy hue will instantly charge up our local ladies to take on the day, the night and everything in between.

Blues Breakdown: For the woman who wants vibrant, sophisticated color, this deep blue will pair well with the season’s blacks, neutrals, metallic and earthy tones to head down to Frenchmen, Jeremy Davenport at the Ritz or cooler patio nights ahead at Bacchanal.

First Line, Second Line: 2 in 1 clear primer to further promote the staying power women have fallen in love with.

 

The polishes debut today at all of the retailers listed on the company’s Facebook page.