Pippa Middleton flexed her fashion-forward side in an on-trend, two-piece gingham ensemble for another trip to Wimbledon on Thursday (July 9). Usually one to wear more delicate floral and pastel looks, the 31-year-old mixed it up for a day at the courts.
The pretty brunette was sporting a geometric print matching top and trouser ensemble in monochrome as she arrived on Centre Court to watch Agnieszka Radwanska take on Garbing Muguruza in the women’s semi-finals.
Pippa further steered away for her trademark look by swapping her usual blowdried locks for loose waves and two little plaits. She topped off the look with aviator sunglasses, black espadrille wedges and a white clutch.
The sister of Kate Middleton was joined by their brother James, who looked dapper in a light grey suit.
The pair had attended Wimbledon earlier in the week, the day after their niece Princess Charlotte’s christening. Pippa wore a pastel-hued floral print dress that she teamed with espadrille wedges and a tan fringed handbag from designer Dee Ocleppo.
She was seated separately to her brother, who was making a rare public appearance with his girlfriend of two years, Donna Air. The couple appeared to be enjoying the tennis as well as each other’s company and were seen chatting and laughing together during the match.
Pippa is a huge tennis fan and last month she attended the Aegon Championships at the Queen’s Club in London modelling her own design - a limited edition Tabitha Webb dress that she has created to raise funds for the British Hart Foundation.
The floral print dress has a matching scarf and comes with a price tag of £295, approximately $577 CAD.