Pippa Middleton Wore the Prettiest $100 Dress With Stan Smiths

Oh, Pippa—how different your life would be if your sister hadn't married a prince. Your perfectly sculpted derrière wouldn't have made front-page news (sorry, Kate), and you would just be another glamorous Chelsea mum-to-be picking out paint samples for the little one's nursery. In reality, the world (especially fellow pregnant ladies) has been interested over the latest pics indicating what your take on maternity style will be.

From the few glimpses we've had of Pippa's pregnancy style so far she has, unsurprisingly, remained true to her preppy roots. Feminine sundresses? Check. Straw fedoras? Check. Classic ribbon-tie espadrilles? Of course. As we wait for the next installment of Pippa Middleton's bump diaries, we've decided to compile an edit of pregnancy pieces that we can totally see her in. We're thinking tailored shirts, slim, mid-wash jeans, flowy dresses and the odd slogan tee. Watch this space. Scroll down to shop our Pippa style edit.

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On Middleton: Miss Patina O'Keeffe Dress ($100); Adidas Stan Smith Sneakers ($80)

Style Notes: Stan Smith sneakers are a perennial classic, but that doesn't mean they have to be boring. The mom-to-be paired the iconic shoes with a pretty off-the-shoulder dress for a chic maternity look she can wear well after she welcomes her baby.


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On Middleton: Ralph Lauren dress

Style Notes: We think a plain midi dress, espadrilles, and a crossbody bag work for every summer event.


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On Middleton: Ralph Lauren Print Crepe Wrap Dress 

Style Notes: Pippa wore an on-trend red wrap dress by Ralph Lauren to the French Open paired with espadrilles and a fedora. 


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Style Notes: Wimbledon calls for tennis whites, of course, and Pippa opts for this pretty Anna Mason midi dress. Accessories? You've guessed it: espadrilles and a fedora. If it ain't broke, don't fix it, right?


Up next: Meghan Markle's high-heel hack for avoiding blisters.