In my opinion the greatest inspiration for finding great natural gradients is nature. Subtle changes in hue emulate waves of natural colors rolling into one another that translate into perfect harmony for us visually.
Have you ever noticed how some colors and gradients look so natural and beautiful, while others look so unnatural and weird? The reason for this can be found somewhere between our pupil and our visual cortex. The difference between natural and unnatural is just familiarity or maybe nature is created to perfectly to fit together with our souls. The gradients we identify as beautiful are similar to what we see in nature.
I have never seen a sky that didn’t somehow inspire me to feel something bigger. Have you ever stopped in your tracks to pick up an absolutely stunning leaf fallen in the first phase of Autumn? Those rich browns, oranges and yellows perfectly marinating together bring a peaceful joy to our cortex. We relate to these tones, this is why gradients and ombré colors appeal so much to our senses.
This gorgeous ‘Blue Ridge’ fringe necklace is basically the Daytripper Fringe 2.0! This piece is hand brushed with Fiebings medium brown and buckskin leather dye, water colored together to create a beautiful natural ombré. I am so in love and you will ADORE wearing this pretty fringe all year long!
color featured is a rich saddle brown with dark brown and buckskin brushed gradient leather dye.