peplum

Latin, meaning: robe of state
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peplum

[n] - a flared ruffle attached to the waistline of a dress or jacket or blouse
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Peplum

Pep'lum noun ; plural English - lumus , Latin -la . [ Latin ] A peplos. Hence: An overskirt hanging like an ancient peplos; also, a short fitted skirt attached to a waist or coat.
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peplum

noun a flared ruffle attached to the waistline of a dress or jacket or blouse
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Peplum

• (n.) A peplos. Hence: An overskirt hanging like an ancient peplos; also, a short fitted skirt attached to a waist or coat.
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Peplum

A peplum is a women's jacket with a short, full circular cut skirt hanging from the waist seam.
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Peplum

An overskirt of sorts that comes from the waistline of a top and ruffles outward. It's a very 80s look. A decorative hem variation for some jackets. Used to embellish or lengthen a blouse, jacket, or other top, and sometimes dresses and skirts.
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