The easiest way to update your look for a new season? Your nails. But what happens when you’re a die-hard “Fiji” pink fan and don’t really want to sport, say, black-as-night digits? Take a peek at our easy guide for discovering which fall nail polish color is best suited for you.

If You Love Cool Lavender, Try Royal Purple

First things first, if you want to wear pastels year-round, we give you full permission. But if you’re ready for a demure update, may we suggest a bluish purple to shake things up?

Olivia Palermo x Ciaté London ($24)

If You Love Ballerina Pink, Try Soft Mauve

While Essie’s “Fiji” may be your signature staple from May through August, reach for Deborah Lippmann’s new shade “She Wolf” in the cooler months.

Deborah Lippmann ($18)

If You Love Navy Blue, Try Forest Green

You’ve never been one for hot pinks--frankly, moody blues are more your jam. If that's the case, keep it in the family and sport an equally dark, camo-esque shade this fall.

Nails Inc. ($14)

If You Love Fire-Engine Red, Try Wine-Soaked Red

You?re a traditionalist, meaning you don?t like to stray too far outside your ?Big Apple Red? comfort zone. But this Bordeaux hue could also fit the bill.

Jin Soon ($18)

If You Love Bright Turquoise, Try Dusty Teal

The gray undertones here offer a muted alternative to that mermaid favorite of yours. The opacity is also high so you can get away with just one coat.

Essie ($8)

If You Love Sheer Nude, Try Opaque Khaki

Our advice: Once you find a good neutral, stick with it. This season, just go richer. Your elongated digits will thank you.

Tenoverten ($18)

If You Love Creamy White, Try Glossy Champagne

Let’s face it: Matte white only looks good with a nice tan. During the rest of the year, sport something shinier and with warmth. Add additional coats if you’re still craving the idea of bright white.

Smith & Cult ($18)

If You Love Gold Metallic, Try Silver Metallic

Gold for summer. Silver for fall. Get on board.

Nars ($20)

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