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Fashionista NOW: Chic Peplum Fashion Inspiration

The peplum trend isn’t going anywhere, my darlings. And if peplum-laden NYFW runways and red carpets are any indication, you’ll be seeing more peplum fashion interpretations this year.

With the Spring in the air, the first of the many more-to-come sightings of the peplum was spotted on Kathy Griffin when she donned a striking blue dress accented with a ruffled peplum, designed by Antonio Berardi, as she showcased her fashion prowess at the SAG awards just the other day.

Fashion trend forecasts for 2014 enlist the peplum as one of the trends still having a strong staying power in the fashion business. It is also implied that peplum wedding dresses shall be making brides go insane this year.

While some may wish for the quick death of the peplum trend, fashion designers seem to have zoom onto the waistline-overskirt instead as a great source of inspiration for newer, fresher designs as they gleefully introduce unexpected fabrics and embellishments into the trend.

For those who still have eyes and hearts on the figure-friendly peplum style, expect to have your fashion palette more than satiated this year, with endless varieties of peplum tops, skirts and dresses to choose from.

As always, to the lookbooks for how to wear the peplum in effortless style:

lace peplum dress – 2B Bebe

peplum top

peplum top – Mustard Cartel

peplum top – Mango

peplum top – Romwe

black peplum top – Charlotte Russe

And as for me, I don’t think I can relate to the peplum hate. “How can anyone not like the peplum?”, is more of my mindset. What about you, dear fashion lover? Share all of your thoughts down below, please!

“I created the peplum so you can eat in it. You can have a dessert, you can have another sandwich.”Alber Elbaz

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Here on Fashionista NOW, our one and very own Miss Reverie showcases the latest in fashion trends and its various social implications in our everyday lives. You may read more of her at REVERIE SANCTUARY.

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