Pippa Middleton's Best Looks

Pippa Middleton Geometric Dress
Pippa Middleton Geometric Dress
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OK, we admit it - we watch every step the Duchess of Cambridge takes (mainly to see what shoes she's wearing). But Pippa Middleton's style is every bit as covetable as her sister Kate's. Pippa wears clean cut classics, peppy prints and pretty peplums with equal panache. As we wait with bated breath for our first peek at the photos from her upcoming wedding to hedge fund manager James Matthews, we take a look back at some of Pippa's best looks...

Attending the Para SnowBall, May 2017

Just two weeks before her wedding to James Matthews, Pippa stepped out in this gorgeous gown to attend the annual ParaSnowBall. Looking relaxed and elegant as ever, her choice of gown for the chairty event was a sophisticated evening take on the current fashion for boho ruffles and midi-length skirt, which she paired with matching statement sandals.

Attending BGC Annual Global Charity Day, September 2016

Pippa wowed us with her pitch perfect office style when she settled down to answer the phones in a £195 Reiss jumpsuit.

Cycling in London, 2016

Who says you can't cycle in style? Certainly not Pippa Middleton, who rocked this chic reptile-print blouse and flats combo in London, giving us a masterclass in how to wear white jeans while she was at it. Even her faux-crocodile skin helmet (£84 from Sawako) co-ordinated with her animal print-tastic ensemble - what a pro.

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London, July 2016

Pippa was snapped leaving her London home in this Tory Burch dress, with its graphic print and peplum hem detail. We're even bigger fans of her Dune sandals (and their high street price tag) though!

Attending Wimbledon Championships, 2015

Pippa wore this stunning geometric print dress by British designer Tabitha Webb to the All England Club, winning game, set and match on the style front.

Attending the ParaSnowBall, 2015

Chic? Always. Showstopping? Undoubtedly. Pippa proved her red carpet style chops in this £750 Hugo Boss gown, which she wore to the charity event organised by Disability Snowsport UK.

Attending Wimbledon Championships, 2014

Watching the tennis with her brother, James, and his partner, TV personality Donna Air, Pippa wowed fellow onlookers in this arresting monochrome print peplum top and co-ordinating trousers, created by legendary Venezuelan-American designer Carolina Herrera.

Attending Prince George's Christening, October 2013

Picking the perfectchristening outfit (opens in new tab)can be a tricky business, but Pippa pulled it off with aplomb in this chic trapeze coat, created by British designer Suzannah Crabb. We can't get enough of her statementEdwina Ibbotson fascinator. Did she manage to upstage Prince George, though? The jury's out.

Attending a society wedding, 2013

Pippa's Tabitha Webb dress and peacock feather-trimmed hat stole the show at Laura Marsham and James Meade's wedding, which she attended with Princes William and Harry.

Attending Wimbledon, 2013

It's yet another Wimbledon winner from Pippa! She accompanied Temperley London's striped Alexis dress with a co-ordinatingCoach bag and Ash Jade chamois suede wedge sandals, proving that reds and nudes go together like strawberries and cream.

London, spring 2013

Savvy Pippa knows that the perfect cape coat is worth its weight in gold - and the Alice Temperley number she was snapped in, as stunning as it is practical, ticks all the boxes.

Attending her book launch, 2012

Pippa choose a fitted tweed shift dress by Stella McCartney for her book launch. Her foray into publishing may not have gone as well as she'd hoped, but her sartorial success was plain for all to see. We can't get enough of Pippa's trademark peplum hems...

London, summer 2011

A printedwrap dress (opens in new tab)is a summer must-have, as Pippa demonstrates in this Topshop frock. Pippa recycled her favourite high street dress, proving that style staples never date.