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Two Tone Peplum

I’ve professed my love for peplum before, but alas, I have not always been successful at finding pieces that work perfectly in my wardrobe. Every time I see a peplum top or dress, I am compelled to try it on…just in case! For some reason, I always seem to strike out.

Until recently. I was perusing the racks at my local T.J. Maxx when my eyes fell upon this two toned peplum sweater/jacket. It was love at first sight, and once I tried it on for size it had to come home to live in my closet (and for only $19.99 it was seriously affordable). T.J. Maxx, you come through for me once again.

A lot of the times, peplum gives off a really feminine flair, but in this case I think the jacket gives off some sophisticated style as well.

I decided to pair this peplum with jeans and patterned heels, but to make the look office appropriate I could definitely don a black pencil skirt or trousers. I could also see it being perfect on top of a simple black shift dress. I love that the cardigan/jacket can be worn in a number of ways!

Peplum cardigan: purchased at T.J. Maxx (similar options below) // Bootcut jeans: Banana Republic // Leopard print pumps: Ivanka Trump (similar here) // Envelope clutch: ASOS (similar here)


And if you’d like to snag a similar look to my peplum cardigan, make sure you check out these pretty options! I particularly love the first selection from ASOS…there are six different colors to choose from!

1. Peplum frill jacket: ASOS // 2. Embellished peplum jacket: ASOS // 3. Hinge peplum jacket: Nordstrom // 4. Peplum cardigan with silk frill: ZARA // 5. Apt. 9 peplum cardigan: Kohl’s

Do you have a favorite peplum piece in your wardrobe, or are you still searching for the perfect fit?



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