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Fashion Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Step onto the runway with these 22 fashion coloring pages, available for you to download and print entirely for free! With these sheets, you’ll immerse yourself in the haute couture world, channeling your inner fashionista as you add color to stunning outfits and trendsetting designs!

This collection serves up a diverse wardrobe of illustrations, from elegant evening gowns and chic streetwear to vintage ensembles and avant-garde pieces. Whether you have an eye for design or simply love to daydream in hues, these pages offer a creative outlet for fashion lovers of all ages!

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To start coloring, click on any of the below images or links to open the free PDF. Once opened, you can then download or print.

All of the below pages are on US letter-sized paper, but they also scale perfectly onto A4 paper too! Happy coloring!

10 Craft Ideas To Do With Fashion Coloring Pages

Here are 10 affordable, exciting, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!

10. Paper Dolls

Your little ones can play the afternoon away with paper dolls made from my fashion illustrations.

The steps to make them are super simple: Print out the figures you want to use onto cardstock, have your kids color them in, and then cut them out.

It’s that simple! You’ll want to use cardstock or reinforce the backs with construction paper because computer paper is normally too flimsy to stand up to play.

Bonus: Before cutting them out, your kids can embellish and further design the clothes the model is wearing!

9. Swatch Models

Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just an amateur or hobbyist, every designer needs an idea of what fabric will match with what design.

You can use my fashion illustrations as a sort of placeholder for your actual designs and pin fabric swatches to the pictures so that you can keep the ideas straight in your mind.

8. Feathery/Sequined/Lacy Gowns

This is a great activity for a fashion-themed birthday party – simply provide the illustrations, plus lots of feathers, sequins, and lace, and let the participants’ imaginations go wild!

They can use glue to paste down the ornamentation – and they can get super creative with it, mixing media to create dramatic looks that could truly walk down a runway.

7. Mini-Storybooks

For a craft that combines storytelling and art, have your kids come up with a character – one who has a job, hobbies, friends, etc.

They’ll flesh her out in a few sentences per page, giving her a minor hurdle to jump, then coming up with a resolution to the story.

The kids can write out the story directly onto the page, picking illustrations that pertain to the action.

Then they’ll color in the pictures, adding any background that might be needed, and bind the pages together using a slide binder or three-hole punch.

6. Bridal Planner Covers

My fashion pictures include a few bridal stills, so if you’re DIY planning your wedding and you need a quick cover, you can always use one of my illustrations.

What’s more, because it’s just printed (and can be printed again and again), you can add fabric swatches or use it to write down names, notes, and numbers.

5. Advertisements/Event Announcements

If you’re hosting a Bridal Expo or a charity fashion show, you’ll need advertisements and event announcements that are eye-catching and appealing.

Enter my fashion illustrations, which can be used as the centerpiece for the ad or faded and used in the background.

You can use multiple of my figures, too; just select, copy, and paste them into a word processor document and arrange them however you like.

What’s great is that these pictures look awesome whether they’re printed out or viewed digitally. 

4. Scrapbooking

Scrapbooking mavens take note: my fashion illustrations make great embellishments for pages about high school or college, travel, modeling, or a new chapter in a big city.

The bridal pages are also terrific for remembering you or your loved one’s big day!

Just print out the figures you want to use onto cardstock and then glue them where you want them on the scrapbooking page.

You don’t even have to use the entire figure – you can cut them in half and use just the top, or if you like the hearts or flowers in the background of a picture, you can cut those out and use them.

3. Button Dresses

For this craft, you will need lots of buttons – preferably in different sizes but in the same color family (so all blues or all purples, etc.).

You’re going to pick a fashion illustration with a beautiful dress and then start gluing down buttons on the skirt.

You can go from light to dark or dark to light, and you’ll slightly overlap the buttons as you paste them down.

Do this until the skirt is all filled, then color in the rest. Frame and hang or sit on a table for maximum visibility!

2. Washi Tape Designs

Washi tape comes in so many different patterns, many of which are chic enough for, well, fashion!

Play around with it – cut it down and lay it over my fashion pictures. A bold blue on a gorgeous dress or fun plaid over tights – it’s anything goes. 

Experiment, get funky, and you might startle yourself with a truly fashionable discovery.

1. Mood/Dream Board Embellishments

Mood and dream boards are meant to be aspirational, and nothing is more aspirational than fashion.

You can use my stylish pictures as depictions of where you want to go – down the aisle, for example, or to a fancy dress ball – as well as where you dream you’re headed.

For a truly glamorous touch, decorate the clothes with feathers, lace, or even faux gemstones for a glittery gloss.

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