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#Trend: Know All About The Peplum Choli For Your Wedding

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Weddings are important and at #Wedstreetstyle we always give emphasis on the latest trends and styles that a bride can don on their wedding to stun everyone.  It’s their day and they need to steal the limelight. So, for all the stylish bride-to-be’s who love experimenting with latest fashions and want something trendy and in style for their big day or the ceremonies before it. We bring you the latest Peplum Choli style. 

Peplum choli’s are really in style and everyone is talking about this vogue trend. They are chic, in-style and in-fashion. Though, it’s a bit tricky to opt for such a trend as Peplum doesn’t suit every body type. But famous designers like Misha Lakahani and many more are incorporating Peplum with the ethnic. Scroll down and know all about it!

Peplum for all body shapes
We know the first time we see a peplum choli, we think uh-oh it’s not my type - ‘I am too curvy for I or I am too short for it’. But wrong, wrong and wrong. If you chose the right style you can create wonders with this trend. Read on and know which style will suit you better.

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The Pear Shapes
If you are one of those curvy girls with heavy bottom and a great waistline, congratulations you have a pear shape body types. Girls die for those curves. Styling a peplum top on a pear shape body type can be tricky as you need to balance out from top to bottom. So, that you don’t look to heavy down there. The Wedstreetstyle team advises you to select a peplum cholis that have detailing and volume, always wear a low wait lehenga that oomph your look and doesn’t highlight your bottom much. And remember to avoid fishtail lehenga and too tight fitted lowers as it will only make your bottom look heavier.
The Apple Shapes
Look into the mirror and see for yourself, if you are fuller from top to bottom, my dear you are blessed with an apple shape. Styling a peplum choli on your is not at all difficult. The best way to rock the peplum choli is to select low necklines that accentuate your look; you can even try out peplum cholis with U or V necklines. Make sure while choosing the fabric, you opt for soft ones like chiffon, georgette and crape to take the feminine side out.

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The Hourglass Shapes
If you have an hourglass shape with curvy upper and lower body then the best way to style peplum choli with halter necklines that will make your whole look complete. And it won’t even draw unnecessary attention to where you don’t want.

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The Inverted Triangle Shapes
Again, go and see for yourself in the mirror, if you think you have a heavy top and light on the bottom, in that case you have the perfect inverted triangle shape. To rock your wedding lehenga with a peplum choli, we advise you to opt for heavy flared lehengas with heavy detailing that can make you look even from top to bottom. Do not opt for peplum choli with heavy work as it will only make you look heavier on the top.

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How to style the Peplum Choli trend?

We know the second thought will be how to style them and whether it will look on your wedding day. If you take our advice, it will look really out of the box choice and everyone will ask you from where did you get it. Just know the basic points.

#1 A peplum choli with embellished lehenga is a great choice.

#2 Instead of opting for basic red lehenga, play around with colour,
since this trend is new; go for golden colour lehenga with touch of red.

#3 Try pastel colours that are in this wedding season.

#4 If you are having small bust, then opt for velvet cholis that can make you look fuller and team it up with raw silk lehengas.

#5 If you want to rock this trend on your pre-wedding functions like mehendi and haldi, then do not team it up with lehenga as it won’t be a comfortable choice

#6 Rather, opt for palazzo pants, dhoti pants or even shararas are a nice option. 

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