Friday, June 15, 2012

Everything about Ombré - Revealed

"Ombré - A french term meaning 'shaded.' Usually a multi-colored stripe, with colors graduating from light to dark."
This is the third post in the June edition of the RANDOM Magazine. Sorry I haven't posted in such a long time!
As you may have noticed, today I will teach you everything you need to know about the famous trend- Ombré. Hopefully the definition above helped get a feel of what Ombré is, but if it didn't, here are some examples:

Ombré cake
Ombré hair
Ombré necklace
I bet you all now know what ombré is if you didn't before. I really love this trend :)


Ombré was a new word in our fashion vocabulary during 2008, when it was a big hit. But even though it dated back to 1841 as a dying technique, the word was only in the oxford dictionary in 2005.

Pretty pictures!

Ombré things are everywhere and everything! Here are some examples:

Furniture and household items

Staircase/Staircase handle:


Kitchen materials:

Wall decor:


Cake:                                                                          Cookies:



Makeup; Lipstick:

Nail Polish



Wedding Theme:
Pretty much everything Ombré

Do you have anything ombré? What is your favorite item from one of the pictures?

Thank you for reading and hope you enjoyed!
Love, Hannah...<3

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Ariel said...

This makes so much more sense now! Thanks for explaining. :)

Ceciliette said...

I love this trend.. i think more in the interior design aspct than the fashion one :O

Hannah said...

Your welcome Ariel :) Glad to help :D

Ceciliette, yes I agree, furniture and decor look beautiful in ombre :) but the fashion aspect still has a place in my heart <3