Pippa Middleton was back for her second day at Wimbledon on Thursday. The 31-year-old was accompanied for some sporting action by brother James Middleton. The brother-sister duo was there to watch Agnieszka Radwanska take on Garbing Muguruza in the women’s semifinals.

The brunette and her 28-year-old brother were whisked away to the royal box as soon as they arrived on Centre Court. Marking a complete departure from her signature style of feminine dresses in pastel shades and floral prints, she donned a monochrome combination. The brunette beauty was sporting a geometric print matching top and trouser, according to Hello.

The ensemble is by Pippa’s favorite designer, Carolina Herrera. The outfit consisted of a peplum top and flattered her svelte figure. It featured a high neck and short sleeves and the bold print ensured that she stood out from the crowd. The trousers were tapered in style. The outfit is from the label’s fall-winter 2015 collection.

Pippa steered away for her trademark look by swapping her usual blow-dried locks for loose waves and summery side braids. She topped off the look with aviator sunglasses, black espadrille wedges and a white clutch. Meanwhile, James looked dapper in a light grey suit, with a cornflower blue shirt and striped tie and sunglasses. 

Pippa and James were joined in the royal box by retired footballer David Beckham, 40, his mother, Sandra, and actor Stephen Fry, 57. Beckham looked dapper in a dark suit as he continued his week of family outings. For his courtside look, the father of four paired a crisp white shirt with a dark tie and blazer and colorful pocket square.

Meanwhile, the brother-sister pair of Pippa and James had attended Wimbledon on Monday. Pippa wore a pastel-hued floral print dress that she teamed with espadrille wedges and a tan fringed handbag from designer Dee Ocleppo. James made a rare public appearance with his girlfriend Donna Air. The couple appeared to enjoy the match, chatting and laughing together.