Former Spice Girl turned fashion designer Victoria Beckham proved her style credentials through her choice of dress and jewellery at Wimbledon. She attended the Wimbledon Men’s final between Britain’s Andy Murray and Swiss Roger Federer yesterday (July 9th).
Accompanied by her husband David, who seemed to be on the edge of his seat, Victoria Beckham seemed unmoved by Murray’s riveting match. She did, however, take the opportunity to showcase her autumn/winter collection by donning a dress from her own label. The 38-year-old made a subtle nod to the Championships by choosing a dark green coloured dress teamed with a VB crocodile shoulder bag. Victoria Beckham accessorised with a gold ladies designer watch, a pair of oversized sunglasses and a diamond ring.
A ladies designer watch was also worn by someone with more of an interest into how Murray played – his girlfriend Kim Sears. Showing her support for her beau once again, she looked very glamorous in a black pencil skirt, cream jumper and her simple watch.
As Murray was the first Brit to reach a Wimbledon final since Bunny Austin in 1938, the match attracted some royal guests in the form of the Middleton sisters.
Kate and Pippa Middleton were greeted with cheers and wolf whistles as they took to the Royal Box as they both had stunning hair, on-trend outfits and jewellery. What’s more, they both seemed engrossed in the nail-biting match with their faces portraying their intense emotions.
The Duchess of Cambridge rocked a cream shift dress with a matching blazer teamed with a leopard print clutch bag and sunglasses. She wore her engagement ring, which she never takes off, a pair of gold and citrine dangling earrings and a gold necklace to complement her pure ensemble.
Her younger sister Pippa chose a peplum-style dress designed by Dannii Minogue in a blue shade complete with a bluebird print. Pippa accessorised with two rings and a pair of dangling diamond earrings.
While we enjoyed looking at the jewellery choices of the famous faces in the audience, our hearts go out to Andy Murray who eventually lost to Federer despite taking the first set.