Added May 21, 2014
My top is made from a light weight jersey. the peplum is oval shaped to give it a more asymmetric shape. The shape also helps give me more of a big booty instead of no booty.I went for a bold floral print, which is BIG this summer. the back is low with a regular but wide neckline. This allows for the shoulders to be worn off or on the shoulders. I rolled hem the peplum and stretched a little while it was sewing to give it a more wavy look.
light weight jersey, but any light weight stretch fabric will do.
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