Pep up in Peplum

The glamour brought into the ethnic fashion industry by all the statement outfits with bangs, feathers, and applique has been adored by all of us. But we also can’t overlook how Peplum blouses are adding a twist to the ethnic fashion industry.
Peplums have the classic ability to hold in the waist and fall over the bellies making them much more ideal for women who weren’t blessed with naturally slender frames. Even those who have hit the gym hard or tend to have a perfect body love the outfits with peplum blouses because of the twist it adds to the ethnic wear.

The Indian ethnic designers have already given us some amazing designs with the peplum blouses. So there’s no reason for us to not explore this fashion trend and get the best out of it.

Scroll down for some designer wear with the peplum quirk from the DTR collection.

Peplum Mermaid Gown

If you are blessed with a voluptuous body figure, it’s really time to show off some curves with a Peplum gown. It’s for ladies who don’t go by the rules, the fashion innovators. 

This black gown by Amit GT has mermaid tulle frills at the bottom. The out of the usual silhouette of the dress will surely make you a head-turner.

Peplum Top and Skirt

If you want to go all the way with modern Peplum off-shoulder blouses and aren’t afraid to experiment, this outfit is a perfect pick. The heavy work on the peplum top in net with a layered two-tone long skirt by Tisharth by Shivani will make you feel like a princess.

Peplum Jacket

If you’re more of a professional lady who doesn’t like shimmer and sheer, a formal Peplum jacket with this layered skirt is all you need. This is perfect for the wedding or reception party of a colleague. You can also wear it for a fancy brunch or outing with your girls, live your fairy tale moment in this cute velvet Peplum Jacket with a net skirt in two tones.

Peplum Anarkali

Brocades are desirable, so is this Aparna S ‘s brocade Anarkali-skirt dress. A very rich ivory kurta in peplum style with an off-white lehenga, that has an intricate zari work is a perfect choice for a night outfit. The small motifs and all brocade dupatta is a perfect representation of simplicity and sophistication at the same time.

Peplum with Sharara

Olive peplum heavily zardozi embroidered kurta and sharara by Sanna Mehan is a beautiful choice for a bride. It comes with a beige dupatta with sequins spread all over making it a perfect outfit for Mehandi, sangeet, or even a wedding.

Peplum with lehenga

This lehenga by Jayanti Reddy comes with a peplum top with intricate embellishments and a glamorous net skirt with eye-catching fine thread work on raw silk fabric. This outfit is a versatile option for multiple occasions where you want to be eye candy.

I turn this to you now! Let us know which is your favorite Peplum outfit in the comment section below and which one you plan to source from the DTR collection for your upcoming event.



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