It sounds weird, but think of tie-dying 2.0. Rather than DIY dye jobs involving every color of the rainbow, designers are now incorporating ombre coloring into their designs. A top that’s light around the collar may gradually get darker around the bottom, or a maxi dress may have several different vertical or horizontal bands of colosr that complement each other but are still darker on one end and lighter on the other. Like makeup, trying out an ombre pattern with your clothes is pretty painless. If it’s not totally you’re thing you don’t have to try it again but showing up to an event rocking this new trend will definitely get you some looks. Remember fashion is all about being fearless!
Which ways have you tried the ombre trend?