Pippa Middleton has gone from bridesmaid, to bride, to wedding guest. And of course has slayed the style game, no matter if she's the one fluffing the bride's train (ahem, the royal wedding), the one throwing the bash, or just an attendee. Need proof? Well, just weeks after tying the knot with her love, James Matthews, Pippa Middleton and her new hubby traded in their bride and groom titles for those of wedding guests as they just attended a pal's wedding, traveling to Sweden for the nupitals.
Since her May 20 wedding at St. Mark's Church, Middleton's Giles Deacon wedding dress with its high neckline, cap sleeves, and allover lace detailing has made its way onto the Pinterest wedding dress inspo boards of countless brides-to-be. But after seeing Middleton don a fab frock for a friend's wedding this weekend, we'll be looking to her for wedding guest dress inspiration, too!
On Saturday, June 10, newlyweds Middleton and Matthews headed to Stolkholm, Sweden to witness the wedding of the Middletons' family friend, Jöns Bartholdson, to Anna Ridderstad, according to E! News. The "I dos" reportedly took place at Stockholm's Oscar Church, before moving to a steamboat that shuttled the guests to Villa Pauli—a grand villa that dates back to 1907—for the reception.
For the nupitals, Middleton stunned in a floral-printed, black and white gown with long sleeves. Designed by Erdem, Middleton's gorgeous gown is still available on the designer's website, so you can actually score the silky frock for yourself—if you can afford it, that is. The "Kenzie" gown currently retails for about $2420. Meanwhile, Middleton's new hubs looked dashing alongside his wife in a classic black tux with tails and a white bow tie.
Since tying the knot, Middleton and Matthews have been off on a honeymoon adventure to the romantic French Polynesia islands, and then to a tour of Australia. Now with this Sweden stopover, these newlyweds are officially globetrotting goals.