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Pippa Middleton Channels Her Inner ’60s Queen With a Graphic Print Dress at Wimbledon

Retro princess! Pippa Middleton traded in classic tennis whites for an eye-popping printed dress at day eight of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships on Monday, July 4, in London.

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Duchess Kate’s younger sister, 32, turned heads in the orange-and-blue–striped Tabitha Webb Edie dress featuring a fitted, ’60s-style silhouette with a high neckline and a pleated skirt. (While Middleton snagged the style before the mass market, the frock is available for preorder for £321 — or $418 — at tabithawebb.co.uk.) The royal-in-law accessorized with gold-rimmed sunglasses, a round-face watch, gray suede pointed-toe pumps and a sky-blue clutch.

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Playing up the throwback style of her dress, Middleton, who’s an avid sportswoman, styled her chestnut tresses pin straight. She added a touch of blush and a barely there lip — classic color choices, much like the ones her sister favors. (The duchess, however, prefers her signature bouncy blowout to straightened locks.)

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While the Celebrate author attended a match earlier in the competition alongside her brother, James, she arrived solo this time modeling an ear-to-ear grin — but she was hardly alone in the royal box. Douglas Booth and Prince Harry’s former flame Cressida Bonas sat side by side. American Vogue’s editor in chief, Anna Wintour, was also in attendance, cheering on Roger Federer, who she’s been a longtime fan of. (He won against Argentina’s Guido Pella.)

Serena and Venus Williams were also among the tennis champs to compete, and both ladies won their matches — together as a doubles team and solo for Serena.

The Wimbledon Tennis Championships will wrap up on July 10.

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