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Peplum Wedding Dresses , Spring 2013 Collection

The peplum is currently a big trend in fashion and has been seen all over the catwalks, as well as also adorning lots of beautiful celebrities. According to Vogue - there is no better way to dress your midriff than with a peplum – “a short full flounce or an extension of a garment below the waist, covering the hips”.

They create such a beautiful feminine shape – emphasising the waist and curves. We thought we would show you a few of our favourite peplum looks today.

New York Bridal Week was filled with peplum-ey vintage lace wedding dresses uk… there were different shapes, different styles, and different sizes of peplums… and I just couldn’t help but notice that they have quite the effect.  I thought I’d share a few of my favorites!

Sleek and avant-garde silhouettes disqualified the runways at the assuming of Amsale marriage gowns for Spring 2013 admitting there was absolutely play on appearance and texture. Not to acknowledgment the multitud of peplum skirts which assume to be a big trend in conjugal this season.

These gowns run the gamut, from the cleanest cuts to the aggregate of abstracts such as applique and tulle additional a peplem.

Junko Yoshioka
For spring 2013, Yoshioka envisioned a girly yet sophisticated bride wearing a sweetheart neckline and fit-to-flair silhouette. A few of our favorite looks include a dress with a simple twist-front bodice and a perky peplum skirt, and an embroidered blush pink gown featuring a pink tulle train.

What do you think of Junko Yoshioka’s spring 2013 collection? Do you like the trend of peplum bridal dresses? Would you wear one for your wedding? Weigh in below!

Monique Lhuillier
 Monique Lhuillier's off the shoulder ball gown is a dramatic display of design and technique. Chiffon and satin petals decorate the bodice and top layer of skirts that sit on plain-layered tulle, which in turn sit on more tulle layers dotted in more petals. Wild and wonderful. Many designers are edging their layers in horsehair, which gives a firmness to them and creates a bigger, bolder look.

Angel Sanchez
Here are two from Venezuelan-born designers: Angel Sanchez strapless fitted gown with asymmetrical cascaded peplum detail;

Create curves on a slim shape with a bubble silhouette from Christos featuring a textured bodice and a tiered skirt.

Reem Acra
Strapless gown with hand bustier with layers of cascading chiffon skirt.

So.. what’s your take… what kind of effect does this sometimes frilly, sometimes flouncy, sometimes chic, and other times sophisticated little peplum have on you?