Definition of OMBRÉ
: having colors or tones that shade into each other —used especially of fabrics in which the color is graduated from light to dark
— ombré noun
Origin of OMBRÉ
French, past participle of ombrer to shade, from Italianombrare, from ombra shade, from Latin umbra
and for ease of pronunciation it rhymes with ashtray
Ombre is literally everywhere right now in home decor, painted walls and furniture, clothing and even hair styles. You know those girls you see with dark roots and you think they need to update their dye job? Well some of them are doing that on purpose to create an ombre effect.
Behold ombre everything: