31 Latest Trends In Peplum Blouse Design To Opt For This Wedding Season
The latest fad in the fashion world, there are endless ways to style Peplum blouses!
Peplum blouses are the rage all over nowadays, be it amongst brides or bridesmaids. The unique feature of these blouses is that you can wear it with anything from saris to shararas. And the cherry on the cake is that they are super comfortable and are apt for more extended functions. Scroll down and check out the designs.
With A Plunging Neckline
Having a plunging neckline increases the glamour quotient while the long sleeves ensure that it is still appropriate for a wedding function.
Extensively Embroidered Peplums
Here the peplum blouse is slightly longer and very intensely worked. This is worn along with a skirt which has worked only on the bottom. So the advantage here is that you get a lighter skirt.
For A Formal Look
This closed neck, buttoned-down peplum blouse has a very conservative look, but the sheer sleeves help tone it down a little.
Round Collared Peplum
By going for a round collared peplum, you can avoid the hassle of heavy jewellery. A good pair of dangling earrings and a statement ring will complete the look.
Sabyasachi Peplum Blouses
Sabyasachi peplum blouses have a very regal air about them, and he usually pairs them with Gota-Patti and mirror work lehengas.
Peplums With Pearls
Pearls on an outfit making it look more pristine and pure. Here the bride has combined it with floral applique work and embroidery, which makes it look very sophisticated.
Button It Up
Buttoned peplums are in right now. You can have a modern twist on this like the design here where the button loops are of decreasing sizes.
Embellished Peplum Designs
This will indeed be an inspiration for those of you who are looking for a bohemian
Gold And Ivory Peplum Blouse
This fine mesh of organza and khadi in hand-painted and hand-embroidered details are primary lehenga goals.
A Traditional Touch
Golden work is it thread work, and sequined work will immediately make the attire look more ethnic. Here, the combination of elaborate work on the yoke and moderate action on the flare is flawless.
Peplums With Saris
Peplums can be even worn with saris, and you can use a peplum with a mid slit for this which ensures that it is flaunted well.
Peplums With Dhotis
Peplums go great with dhotis. Choose a longer peplum which is well worked around the flare for maximum effect.
Peplums With Shararas
An off-beat pairing for peplum blouses is shararas. But looking at how cool they look, I wonder why more people do not experiment with it.
Embroidered Peplum Blouses
For your mehndi or haldi, you may like a design with subtle embroidery in a burst of colours. This lightweight outfit will also be effortless for you to handle.
Ditch your regular cholis for a dazzling peplum blouse. You can have a minimal, plain flare as shown or have something more elaborate.
A Golden Affair
You can never go wrong with gold concerning your bridal couture. This entirely gold attire is undoubtedly a show-stopper.
Peplums With Minimum Flair
If you want to minimise the flare and show of the lehenga in all its glory, well peplum bouses give you the space to do that too.
Scallop Edged Peplums
Having a scalloped border decorated with pearls and beads to make you look like a diva.
Here is a vintage rose peplum blouse and sharara set from Anushree Reddy’s Spring 2019 collection.
Peplums With Mid Slit
Peplums with a slit will go well both with lehengas and dhoti pants.
Peplum With Bell Sleeves
The bell sleeves are the ideal complement to the flare of the blouse.
Tassels And Twirls
Adding tassels to a mid-slit peplum amplifies the charm of the ensemble.
Double Coloured Peplums
Play around with colours and go half and half.
An ice-blue masterpiece, this will be an asset to any wardrobe.
Off-shoulder Peplum Blouse
This sparkling off-shoulder peplum will be perfect for your wedding or sangeet.
With Puffed Sleeves
If you are going for a princess themed wedding, then this outfit will impress you.
Layered Peplum Blouses
Use a layered peplum to make the outfit resemble a gown.
Sheer Peplum Jacket
You can twist things up a bit and add a sheer peplum jacket over your blouse.
Open Peplum Jacket With Tie
This outfit has three bright colours, all held together by the peplum blouse.
A more formal look, this is more appropriate if you are the wedding guest.
High-Low Peplum Blouse
The sheer peplum material with a high low pattern is a unique design.
After seeing these gorgeous designs, I bet that the next blouse you buy or stitch will be a peplum one.