The Duchess of Cambridge's sister also loves tennis and every year she looks stunning. Here is a round up of Pippa Middleton's best Wimbledon looks.
Pippa Middleton loves to attend Wimbledon and has been a regular for several years. The Middleton’s are known for their love of tennis and, unsurprisingly, they always look the part too!
The Duchess of Cambridge has spoken about her love for the sport on numerous occasions and is Patron of Wimbledon, a duty she took over from the Queen last year.
From the ultimate Kate Middleton Wimbledon dress to Pippa’s most stylish moments, we’re always coveting the fashion finds worn by the Duchess of Cambridge and her sister. Here, we take a look at Pippa’s best Wimbledon looks over the years. So, do you have a favourite? Let us know in the comments below!
Pippa Middleton at Wimbledon:
For her second Wimbledon appearance this year, Pippa opted for a simple yet stylish pale green dress. The bow detailing on the arms is very chic and the low neck-line gives the look a lovely finish. The dress is by fashion brand Tephi and costs £385.
Pippa arrived for the third day of Wimbledon with her brother James. The pair were quickly whisked through security and took their seats in the Royal box.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s sister wowed everyone in a light-coloured lace dress by Self Portrait which costs £360. She gave the trend for ‘nearly naked’ dressing, which has been seen on the red carpet everywhere this year, a very elegant touch. She paired the dress with a pair of nude heels and a suede clutch bag.
For the first day of Wimbledon Pippa wore a cream dress with floral print and a ruffle neck by Suzannah. The ‘Monaco’ dress cost £1,200 and was paired with a coral clutch and cream heeled wedges.
This geometric pattern dress was from Tabitha Webb, reportedly one of Pippa’s favourite designers. She paired the dress with a powder blue cutch bag and grey suede heels.
On day nine of Wimbledon last year Pippa opted for another made-to-measure dress by Tabitha Webb. The pretty pink print dress had a lovely orange peacock detail which was perfect for showing off her tan.
This mint coloured dress has a cute floral print and is from one of Pippa’s go to designers Suzannah. The 1930’s inspired silk dress gave Pippa the perfect summertime chic look and will have been lovely and cool in the hot weather! During this match Pippa watched Roger Federer beat Roberto Bautista in the fourth round.
Pippa drifted away from just the classic pretty dress, she changed up her look when she opted for a matching geometric print top and trouser set by Carolina Herrera. Her chic espadrille wedges gave her extra height and lengthened her already enviably long legs.
Pippa paired her monochrome chiffon dress with a white jacket both from Carolina Herrera when she arrived at Wimbledon with her brother James. This gave the look a very elegant finish and was perfect for when the weather as a little overcast.
For the men’s final which saw Novak Djokovic beat Roger Federer Pippa opted for a grey and white contrasting dress by Kate Spade New York. She watched the match with her mother Carole Middleton and her boyfriend at the time Nico Jackson. While the Duchess of Cambridge was in the royal box with William.
For the first day of Wimbledon back in 2013, Pippa opted for a co-ordinated blue dress and jacket. The dress by Sandro was paired with their ‘Vivienne’ jacket. Kelly Brook has also previously worn the exact same dress!
This red, white and black striped dress from Temperley was perfect for showing off Pippa’s toned arms. Both Pippa and the Duchess of Cambridge love the brand but it doesn’t come cheaply. This dress cost £750!
This navy and white macrame jacket by Orla Kelly gave Pippa a very chic finish to her Wimbledon outfit. Underneath she wore a cotton dress with a navy skirt and similar patterned bodice.
Pippa was joined by her sister Kate for the men’s singles final where she wore a pretty bird print dress by Project D. It was an emotional match which saw Andy Murray defeated by Roger Federer.
This bright red dress from Hobbs with military gold button detailing quickly sold out after Pippa was spotted in it. She paired the dress with a pair of tan espadrille wedges from Russell and Bromley. This was the beginning of the ‘Pippa effect’.