Ombre: Not just for hair anymore

We’ve watched ombreé – the gradual tinting from one shade to another – become a hot trend in hair colouring and nail art, but now we’re seeing the style move into fashion. Fashion houses are also having a moment with the technique, sending dramatically coloured ombre skirts, trousers and dresses down the runway. Stars have embraced the look on the red carpet as quickly as they made ombre the biggest hair trend of the last few years. This fun style embodies all of the whimsy and colour that comes with warm weather fashion, making this the perfect time to jump on the bandwagon. Check out these seven ways to take your ombre obsession to a whole new level.

This beautiful black dye giving an ombre detail juxtaposed with feminine blush layering looks like it’s straight out of a fairytale.

The ombre detailing looks even more radiant here as with its maxi silhouette the majestic blue shades gently fade towards the floor sweeping hem.

You know which hue can make a head-to-toe sequined gown even more princess-esque? Gold ombre!

Take your ombre game up a notch and emulate this style with a sequined top, and team it with an ombre skirt.

This belted strapless violet ombre number is dramatic, romantic and basically encapsulates everything you could ever want from a statement dress.

This blue and white ombre lace dress is elegant yet chic. To add dimension to it, pair it with a printed scarf.

For a princess-worthy look, opt for a charcoal-grey ombre gown with ruffles to add flair.