Tiffany Blue Nails

It’s nearly Spring and I am about to embark on a cruise (oh crud, I forgot to diet – giant house dresses for me), so I am dreaming in technicolor.

Chanel, the leading creator of all things right, has a Tiffany blue nail polish I die for.  From the Chanel ’11 Cruise collection, this perfect polish is still not available in stores, but you can get more info here.  {Chanel Le Vernis Nail Polish in Riva, $27, available at Chanel.}

For a sweet alternative, try:

China Glaze’s For Audrey, at $5.99, is a much more wallet friendly version of the Tiffany blue we all want.  CG’s baby blue color, inspired by the iconic Tiffany blue, is one of China Glaze’s most popular shades and a perfect pick for spring and summer.

Essie’s Turquoise and Caicos, at $8, is described as ‘A flirty and pretty tropical aqua’, and may not nail (haha – pun) the ‘Tiffany blue’ blue, but it sure looks pretty on.  (Definitely a good milky turquoise.)

And for a great Tiffany Blue Swatch venture, check out Polish Hoarder Disorder.

{image a la Rachael Passing Notes; via Chanel ’11 Cruise Collection}


Lexi

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  1. Aunt Sheree

    Looks great with white!

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Tiffany Blue Nails

It’s nearly Spring and I am about to embark on a cruise (oh crud, I forgot to diet – giant house dresses for me), so I am dreaming in technicolor.

Chanel, the leading creator of all things right, has a Tiffany blue nail polish I die for.  From the Chanel ’11 Cruise collection, this perfect polish is still not available in stores, but you can get more info here.  {Chanel Le Vernis Nail Polish in Riva, $27, available at Chanel.}

For a sweet alternative, try:

China Glaze’s For Audrey, at $5.99, is a much more wallet friendly version of the Tiffany blue we all want.  CG’s baby blue color, inspired by the iconic Tiffany blue, is one of China Glaze’s most popular shades and a perfect pick for spring and summer.

Essie’s Turquoise and Caicos, at $8, is described as ‘A flirty and pretty tropical aqua’, and may not nail (haha – pun) the ‘Tiffany blue’ blue, but it sure looks pretty on.  (Definitely a good milky turquoise.)

And for a great Tiffany Blue Swatch venture, check out Polish Hoarder Disorder.

{image a la Rachael Passing Notes; via Chanel ’11 Cruise Collection}


Lexi

1 comment


  1. Aunt Sheree

    Looks great with white!

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Tiffany Blue Nails

It’s nearly Spring and I am about to embark on a cruise (oh crud, I forgot to diet – giant house dresses for me), so I am dreaming in technicolor.

Chanel, the leading creator of all things right, has a Tiffany blue nail polish I die for.  From the Chanel ’11 Cruise collection, this perfect polish is still not available in stores, but you can get more info here.  {Chanel Le Vernis Nail Polish in Riva, $27, available at Chanel.}

For a sweet alternative, try:

China Glaze’s For Audrey, at $5.99, is a much more wallet friendly version of the Tiffany blue we all want.  CG’s baby blue color, inspired by the iconic Tiffany blue, is one of China Glaze’s most popular shades and a perfect pick for spring and summer.

Essie’s Turquoise and Caicos, at $8, is described as ‘A flirty and pretty tropical aqua’, and may not nail (haha – pun) the ‘Tiffany blue’ blue, but it sure looks pretty on.  (Definitely a good milky turquoise.)

And for a great Tiffany Blue Swatch venture, check out Polish Hoarder Disorder.

{image a la Rachael Passing Notes; via Chanel ’11 Cruise Collection}


Lexi

1 comment


  1. Aunt Sheree

    Looks great with white!

Leave a Comment