The cut and silhouette of the peplum top you choose can make all the difference in the overall look. If you're worried that a peplum will expand your waist or give a pregnancy look years before (or after) you plan on being pregnant, then go for a fitted peplum top with body contours to give you a defined shape that flairs at the hip.
Peplum Short-Sleeve Top, That Shuu Girl
Back to the Basics
However, if you're still new to the peplum trend and aren't so sure you want to be stuck in an outfit you may hate come afternoon, opt for a jacketed version of the look. A peplum jacket allows just enough try-on time to test out the look between your destinations and the traditional outerwear hue makes sure that you can add the trendy piece to any outfit you already have in your wardrobe.
Belted Peplum Jacket, Melodrama