Peplum tops: The Key to Hiding the Holiday Midriff
Two years ago, I made the mistake of buying Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups for Halloween trick-or-treaters. Unfortunately, we did not have any trick-or-treaters that year, and it showed all along my midriff. I found myself eating two or three cups a day. Boy did it add up. By the end of the Holiday Season, I had put on a solid ten pounds. This year, while trying to be conspicuous with my little baby bump, I found a foil that works equally well for hiding the holiday cheer that may creep its way around your middle- peplum tops. If I have not said it before, I cannot say it enough, peplum tops are a classy way to stay sexy. The fitted waists and flared bottoms make peplum tops romantically feminine and functional to boot. A peplum top is suitable for work under a blazer with pencil skirt or for the weekend with platform pumps, ankle length pants, and a tough leather jacket. Here are two of my favorites: the In the Right Lace Top a Fully lined cotton, blend with stretch containing lining except through sleeves the sleeves. The In the Right Lace Top comes in ivory and sells for $52.99 atModcloth. The Eyelet Peplum Blouse from Anthroplogie sells for $ 88.00, a short-sleeved eyelet cotton v-neck with button closure. The Eyelet Peplum Blouse comes in green, red, and white.
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