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Ombré fabric (2)

fabric pattern, the tones of which progress gradually from light to dark. Used in stripes and checks, in woven and printed patterns, most commonly in silk fabrics, but also in light- and midweight cotton and woollen fabrics. Used in ladies dresses, neckties and umbrellas. The name is given by the French "ombrer" (= to shade).



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