Chanel Délicatesse is one of the three nail polishes from the limited-edition Les Twin Sets de Chanel for Fashion's Night Out this year. It's an opaque beige-peach-brown cream (non-shimmer). On me there's the slightest hint of warm rose that prevents it from looking too brown or orangey. The finish is smooth and flawless like most Chanel nail colors. It's very rich in color, although I would say the color of Délicatesse is similar to many other shades from other brands. I expected this to be the case since it's a basic neutral. Still I am very happy with this color. Depending on the light sometimes this appears to be a lighter peach. Other times it looks like a darker brown-rose. If you're still debating whether to order, I recommend these blogs with swatches and reviews: Front Row Beauty, Weekend Ramblings, AudreyEleven, and The Polish Jinx (she compares it to Khaki Rose).
Here it is swatched with two coats, two different views:
Here's a closer look at the nail wheel from earlier this week. I found Délicatesse more peachy than Rose Confidentiel. It's also more brown than OPI's Gouda Gouda Two Shoes (this one is more pink and has some shimmer). Dior Sienna is several shades lighter and more nude. Rescue Beauty Lounge Om looks quite peachy compared to Délicatesse.
I swatched a few of the closest ones on my fingers to compare:
While I didn't find Chanel Délicatesse super-unique, I did find it was different from most of my other neutral peach-browns. I love this color for fall and find it suitable for year round. Being the Chanel nail polish fan that I am I knew I had to have it. I do prefer the other two options though, so if I had to only pick two, it would be Provocation and Infidèle.