Her sister is going to be queen and over the last couple of years it seems as though Pippa Middleton has become – nearly – as synonymous with Wimbledon as strawberries and cream so it’s only fair we profile her best outfits so far.
2015. Pippa arrived at the iconic grounds sporting a geometric print matching top and trouser ensemble to watch Agnieszka Radwanska take on Garbing Muguruza in the Women’s Semi-Finals on centre court. I LOVE the boldness of the monochrome and would definitely wear this myself! I may be bias but a Tamara Harvey clutch bag or cross body would go perfectly with her outfit!
A year later, in 2016, Pippa returned in a floral silk Suzannah dress and looked every bit the English rose or should that be poppy!
2017. On day three of Wimbledon, and newly married, the socialite walked through the tournament’s gates in a fantastic lace, sheer dress by Self-Portrait which I am gutted I never snapped in the sale! Pippa finished the dress with a pair of neutral pumps, a simple clutch and a pair of chic, over-sized cat-eye sunglasses by ZanZan. Want. Need!
Of course her clutch was nice but a Tamara Harvey black cross body bag would have been better...!
A few days later she was back and on form in a mint, silk off-the-shoulder dress by Kensington-based brand Tephi. A great outfit for a summer wedding, don’t you agree?
This year, she made a statement in this feminine, yellow wrap dress from Ganni which is bang on trend. Wrap dresses are everywhere at the minute, as you’ll know, but Pippa found one which didn’t gape or tie strangely and suited her athletic figure. She teamed with a pair of white block heels and tortoiseshell sunglasses.
Kate's younger sister has more than proved herself in the style stakes and has become one of the paps' prime targets. Whether you think she plays it safe or hits the nail right on the head, Pippa Middleton definitely gets our vote as one of Wimbledon's best dressed attendees and we can't wait to see what she wears next year!