Ombre, a French term meaning “shaded” is still a hot trend we are seeing. These shades graduating from light to dark can be found from nails to an interior space. I've prepared a little eye candy for you.
Ombre in Fashion
Ombre makes an appearance as early as the 2009 fashion show.
Current nail trend.
Ombre in Hair Styles
The always lovely Jennifer Aniston.
Ombre in Weddings
Brides are loving this soft and subtle effect for their wedding.
How incredibly gorgeous are these cakes? Directions how to acheive this look on Eddie Ross's site.
Incredibly stunning ombre table scape. Brides that love the contrast of light and rich hues will adore this trend.
Love this gorgeous "chandelier" created from hydrangeas and ombre ribbons and trimmings as well as the ombre runner.
A pretty ombre bouquet.
Ombre in Interiors
Digging the look of this ombre technique of tile in a bathroom!
contemporary bathroom design by new york photographer Vanni Archive houzz.com
Chevron/ombre artwork done using paint chips. I think I may feel a little guilty stashing my purse full of them though. :)
Ombre handloomed rug for a contemporary appeal.
How darling would this shower curtain be in a youths bathroom?
You may or may not have seen the graduated dresser trend pictures floating around. What a great DIY project virtually anyone could do with a thrifted dresser and some paint!
Dip dye curtains for a youths room. Love the bold colors!
Dransfield Ross Ombre Pillow.
These little ceramic bowls are so beautiful. They would be great styled on a stack of a few books on a shelf or used to put jewelry in on a vanity.
Loving these ombre wooden vases from West Elm.
Sheek monochromatic scheme with ombre window treatments as the show stopper.
The Connaught Hotel in London Room Designed by David Collins
What do you think of this trend? To ombre or not to ombre? :)