Here are some of my favorite shots of Pippa from the royal wedding weekend..
What one sister does, so follows the next! Pippa, just like the Duchess of Cambridge, rocked a Sarah Burton of House of McQueen gown. Her ivory sating gown with a crepe cowl neckline was a risky choice, some thought but I found her dress to be form flattering, age-appropriate and elegant. Here in the states, white/ivory is reserved for the bride, do we think the Middleton gals may make some new traditions for future weddings? Regardless of whether the white/white trend makes it over the pond, there is no arguing that Pippa looked elegant and truly lovely as maid of honor to her, now royal, older sister Kate!
Pippa beamed with excitement as she chatted it up. Then again who wouldn't be all smiles when chatting with royalty on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. I mean, really?!?!
She may have been sported House of McQueen earlier in the day, but Pippa's party gown was designed by Alice Temperley. The green satin gown had a plunging v neckline and an open back. Pippa accessorized w/ silver heels & clutch. She makes going green look so glam!
Making my prom dress replica prediction now.... lol
I consider myself to be fashion-forward and do my best to look chic 24/7 but I have to admit, I was not looking this fabulous after my sister's wedding..
Pippa's day-after look was chic, on-trend, understated and fashionable. She rocked a muted tan blouse, bold bright blue blazer, white skinny jeans and simple beige flats - I mean how much do you love this girl?
PS_ too soon to start the Team HIPPA ? (Harry & Pippa) trend??
That's all I give you for now, but keep close to the Juicer because I will be doing a "get the look" royal series that you will not want to miss!
Lots of Lime,