purplepeplum1I own a few peplum tops, and have a love/hate relationship with them. I really have to be in a frilly sort of mood to wear one unless they have a more structured or flowy look, if that makes sense. The top I'm wearing wouldn't technically be considered a peplum but I'm favoring this silhouette a lot more. It's way more flattering if you have curves. I really like the asymmetrical cut too. It's a jersey knit, so it's super comfortable and can be dressed up or down. (Heather Pleated Asymmetrical top, Asos pencil skirt, Chinese Laundry heels, Ann Taylor bag)