Andy Murray’s wife displayed her sartorial style Monday during the second week of Wimbledon. Kim Murray took style inspiration from the Middleton sisters’ for her courtside look. The 27-year-old artist who married tennis ace Andy Murray earlier this year looked gorgeous in a chiffon dress.
The dress is by Kate and Pippa Middleton’s favorite London-based designer, Beulah. Kim looked gorgeous in the red and white dress. The dress featured the brand’s signature spring floral print, billowing sleeves and a full skirt that fell just above the knee.
The pretty artist completed her summery outfit with a denim jacket. She paired her look with an Aspinal handbag and a pair of Burberry wedges. Her trademark hair was left loose with middle part. The young artist was greeted by appreciative looks by her fellow audiences for her on-trend look and flawless tresses, according to Hello.
Her Aurelia dress is already sold out. She was spotted sitting courtside and cheering on her husband as he played on Centre Court against Croatia’s Ivo Karlovic. Onlookers got a glimpse of Kim’s new wedding band and her mammoth engagement ring, which is reported to have cost Andy around £200,000 ($311,890).
The former Wimbledon champion was dating Kim for nine years and proposed to her in November 2014. They got married in April 2015 in Andy’s hometown of Dunblane. In the week leading up to their wedding, Kim was again spotted wearing her favorite Beulah scarf, the iconic navy colored piece featured heart-patterns.
Meanwhile, Kate Middleton, who loves the high-end label, was also recently pictured in her Beulah shawl. She was seen wearing the colourful Brisa scarf, as she was leaving Kensington Palace for her countryside retreat Anmer Hall with Prince William, Prince George and newborn Princess Charlotte in early May. The Duchess often wears the brand at official engagements. The British label’s chic designs have featured in her maternity wardrobe when she was pregnant with George and Charlotte.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Anna Wintour and other celebs also turned out at the tournament. They were all dressed in their summer florals, opting for fun, printed dressed in the London heat wave. Wimbledon began last week with high style stakes.