The Most Popular Winter Pedicure Shades?

Though your feet may currently be cocooned inside a pair of woolly tights, winter is still no time to neglect your toes—after all, you never know when a peep-toed evening out might present itself, not to mention a last-minute long-weekend escape to sunnier shores. Vogue asked the top nail spas coast to coast for the season’s most popular polishes—and shades of burgundy and bordeaux, longtime winter staples, came up a distinct minority. Instead, hazy purples and blues are having a big moment—in demand from Philadelphia to Seattle—while at TenOverTen in New York, pale pink is making an unexpected comeback. Here, the most wanted pedicure shades across the country.

Rescue Beauty Lounge Nail Polish in Killa Red, $18;


Mixed Co. Salon
223 West Erie Street, 312.929.2627
OPI Nail Lacquer in Light My Sapphire, $8.50;


Hotel Bel-Air Spa by La Prairie
701 Stone Canyon Road, 310.472.1211
Essie Nail Color in Sexy Divide and Dive Bar, $8;


Lapis Spa at the Fountainbleu
4441 Collins Avenue, 305.674.4772
From top:
OPI Nail Lacquer in Road House Blues; $8.50; for salons
Essie Nail Color in Wicked, $8;


Jin Soon Natural Hand and Foot Spa
421 East Seventy-third Street, 212.249.9144
From top:
NARS Nail Polish in Galion, $17,
Dolce & Gabbana Intense Nail Lacquer in Dahlia, $20,


TenOverTen Salon
112 Reade Street, 212.406.1010
RGB Nail Color in Seal and Oxblood, $16;
TenOverTen Nail Polish in Jane, $18;


Rescue Rittenhouse Spa
255 South 17th Street, 215.772.2766
Clockwise from top left:
Zoya Nail Polish in Kristen, $8;
CHANEL Nail Colour in Particuliere, $26,
Deborah Lippmann Nail Lacquer in I Know What Boys Like, $16,


Julep Nail Palor
1427 5th Avenue, 206.985.0088
Julep Nail Vernis in Gayle and Anne, $14;


These beautiful colors certainly inspire me to keep the ole toes looking good even though they're encased in boots most days.