The beauty world was uprooted when stars like Drew Barrymore, Rachel Bilson and Sarah Jessica Parker were snapped dodging convention and showing off their roots. This decision to show their true colors ignited the popular ombré trend.
Ombré, or a gradation of color from dark to light, has taken the beauty industry by storm. Now, the trend that started with some starlets' crowning glories, has branched off and taken root in the fashion world.
This season the ombré effect was seen at the shows of Hervé Léger and Rick Owens in the forms of varying color spectrums and dip-dyed fabrics.
Qi has used its innovative yarn techniques to create a gradient ombré design of its own. Using Tercel space-dye yarn, Qi has blended tan, browns and creams together to create a beautiful, unique pattern for our Trek On T and Tropical Tank.
Trek on T-$138
The ombré trend is far from fading, so get yours now at QiCashmereShop.com!
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Bisou Bisou Maxi Dress-$80 (JCPenny.com); Rick Owens Ombre Dress -$420 (ForwardForward.com); Georgette Maxi Skirt- $300 (NicoleMiller.com)