StyleDiary: Prints and Peplum

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{Top and Pant – The Limited; Bracelet – Forever21; Necklace – Baublebar; Heels – Vince Camuto}

It took me a while to try out the peplum trend that has been all the rage this season (for those of you who don’t know, a peplum is that little ruffle or kick pleat around the waist of a top or dress). After collecting a few gift cards from The Limited, I decided to just go for it. Because trends are easier to follow when you aren’t wasting your own hard earned money on them, right? Turns out peplums aren’t so bad after all. Not only do they help create a waist where there is not, they also make you look slimmer! Who knew? Apparently everyone but me.

Today I am linking up with Marionberry Style for her print mixing challenge!


Forever21 Striped Peplum
ModCloth Striped Peplum The Limited Striped Peplum Fire Elsa Necklace J.Crew Cafe Capri Loft Marisa Ankle Pant Jessica Simpson Wedge Sam Edelman Pump

7 Responses to StyleDiary: Prints and Peplum

  1. Elizabeth says:

    Love this – so fun! The peplum looks great on you!

  2. Hi there! Thanks for swinging by my blog and saying "hi", and I'm glad I found yours in return! This look is absolutely gorgeous – you have such great style!

  3. Jen says:

    Three cheers for stripes, red pants and cheetah print shoes! Ab fab!

    Jen
    House Of Jeffers

  4. Lili says:

    I think peplum is very classy and flattering! Growing up, I remember my mom having to attend formal events with my dad. I clearly rememeber this one outfit she had. It was a silk delicate floral pencil skirt with a matching peplum top. It was so chic!

    Pretty outfit, pinque!. Oh this necklace!

  5. Yeah….so I kinda love this outfit. Red and leopard look awesome together.
    http://thriftyandshameless.blogspot.com

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