| Sandal season is upon us which means it’s time to bring those toes out of winter-hibernation.
We’ve compiled a list of 2018’s top new polish colors and our suggested pairing with Savanna’s. We’ve got you covered. Of course, we made sure to match trends with polishes free from the top three harmful chemicals commonly found in nail polish to stay eco and health-conscious.
|1. Zoya’s Chantal gloss is at the top of our list because a) Zoya nail polish is nine-free, and b) this shade is so light and refreshing it can be paired with any of our sandal colors. We love to pair it with our Bright White.|
2. Grey is the new hot neutral, and experts recommend a cooler variation during the warmer months like Subnormal by Smith and Cult. Pair cool, grey toes with our Black Pearl sandals for a classic chic look. Smith and Cult nail polish is “eight-free” which means the polish is free from the leading three harmful chemicals found in most nail polishes AND an additional five other chemicals. It’s also vegan, gluten, paraben and cruelty-free.
|3. Rose gold is no longer limited to iPhone’s and accessories - it’s one of this season’s best metallics. Pair Essie’s Buy Me A Cameowith our Canary sandals to scream pool, beach, and Vitamin D. You can feel good knowing all Essie polishes are three-free.|
|4. butter LONDON’s Iced Lavender polish manages to lasso 2 trends in one: metallic + PANTONE color of the year, Ultra Violet. Our favorite thing about this color is that it can truly go with anything so have fun mixing and matching! We paired this color with our Pitch Black sandals for some shine + matte contrast. butter LONDON nail polishes are eight-free and contain a variety of vitamins to help keep nails healthy. Yes.|
|5. Magic Conch Shell from Pacifica is great for welcoming a new season and when paired with our tan sandals feels so earthy and warm. We love that Pacifica’s nail polishes are all free of seven harmful chemicals and 100% vegan and cruelty free. They’ve also got an amazing recycling program partnership with Preserve where you can ship your empty and rinsed out beauty products to be recycled using a prepaid shipping label. Bring on the sunshine and help the environment, girl.|