Sweaters – pullovers or cardigans – are integral parts of your outfit. They´re the easiest things to throw over your shoulders whether it´s to protect yourself from a chilly fall afternoon, cool spring morning dews, or simply to keep you warm in an office´s air conditioned room.
The peplum frenzy has now died out but you can be sure that the style still lingers, in the runway or in your favorite online boutiques. If you´re looking for a way to sizzle your office wardrobe, peplum sweater is something you should consider (if you haven´t yet). Here are three gorgeous peplum sweaters from Ted Baker and Zalando, plus tips on how to wear them.
1. Peplum Jumper over a Sheath Dress
We´re used to seeing rib cage sweaters worn with pencil skirts to work. This time though, let´s give it a punch! Take this coral rib cage peplum sweater to layer over this season´s must-have sheath dress in beautiful black floral. Then add a colorblock nude and black grab bag and a pair of smart black pumps. You can also choose to wear black opaque stockings if you prefer to level up the professionalism of the look. This outfit is perfect for late fall.
2. Peplum Jumper with Suit Trouser
Although jacquard suit trousers would look ultra-powerful with a matching suit blazer, you can keep the power of the look while enjoying comfort and style if you team the trousers up with a matching peplum rib cage sweater. Accessorized with all black – pumps and bag – you have an outfit that can take you from boardroom to catching up with the clients, but with a touch of flair.
3. Black Peplum Cardigan with Black Ankle Trousers
Give your black and white monochrome a gorgeous update with this beautiful black peplum cardigan. Although you can wear this darling pretty much with anything, try layering it over a white button shirt. Make sure to button up the top button to emphasize the crisp collars against the backdrop of black cardigan.
Black and white for the office need not to be boring, finish the look with smart ankle length trousers and elegant black high heeled ankle boots. You can add color through a bright bag, or you can keep things subdued with a nude bag.
Now over to you ladies, what do you think of peplum sweaters?