Get the look: Pippa Middleton

Get the look: Pippa Middleton

Pippa looks fab in French Connection

While no-one can deny that Kate (or the Duchess of Cambridge, as we should now call her) looked absolutely stunning at the Royal Wedding, there was one other person who unexpectedly stole the show and still has both men and women talking about them now. It is of course, Pippa Middleton, the sister of Kate and the nation’s newest style crush.

We’re not sure where Pippa’s been hiding, but her simple yet hugely effective Alexander McQueen bridesmaids dress has put her firmly in the spotlight, and now we just can’t get enough of her elegant and super sophisticated style, much of which is made up of some of our favourite high street brands.

So we couldn’t contain our excitement when she was spotted attending a friend’s party recently wearing a French Connection dress, as we knew we could get this look ourselves thanks to a very similar French Connection dress available at

If you love this outfit as much as we do, you can get Pippa’s look by pairing the silk shift dress with a simple black blazer, such as these versions by Vila and Love Label, pop your lippy in a silver or nude clutch bag and complete the look with some chic court shoes and classic crystal earrings and heart-shaped necklace.

It’s an understated, classy look and you’ll certainly get the wow factor when the blazer comes off and the gorgeous layered dress is revealed – we’re sure Pippa would have turned a few heads in her outfit too! We’ll be keeping a close eye on this lady, as we’re almost certain she’s only going to get better…

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One Comment

  1. Posted by Franco on September 30, 2012

    Don’t believe the lies that this woman is of the Middle Class. She’s ctonecned to the dreaded Catholic, Percy family headed by Ralph Percy. One of the very families behind the attempted destruction of the Houses of Parliament with Guy Fawkes which was organised by the Jesuits. In fact the Percy family love to remember this event as evident from some of their meetings of late. The Percy’s control the U.K. with their masters at 114 Mount Street, Westminster along with St John’s Wood.

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