Her bridesmaid dress at the royal wedding in 2011 nearly garnered more attention than the Duchess's wedding dress itself, so it's safe to say Pippa Middleton knows a thing or two about bridal wear. In fact, Kate's sister looked wedding-ready at the British 2014 GQ Men of the Year Awards on Tuesday night in London in a dress straight off of BOSS's Fall 2014 runway. The shimmery pink palliate number is perfect for a pre-wedding event like your rehearsal dinner, or it could even work well for a big-day look. After all, the blush hue, high neck, and glistening exterior are all bridal-gown musts.
Want to look like a royal on your big day? Here's how to channel Pippa.
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Jenny Packham: Jenny Packham must be in the equation if we're talking about the Middleton's. One of Kate's favorite designers, this floor-length, beaded sheath is like the longer version of Pippa's blush ensemble. It features similarly shiny embellishments, a modest high-neck, and a cinched waistline.
Wedding dress by Jenny Packham
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Mira Zwillinger: Although it's short sleeve and only features a sparkly bodice, this Mira Zwillinger-twosome offers geometric sequins and beading like Pippa's, creating a modern-meets-elegant finished look.
"Anya" satin sheath wedding dress with a sheer beaded bodice, high neckline, and short sleeves, Mira Zwillinger
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Pronovias: Again, the bling on this Pronovias only belongs to the bodice, but it's similarly striped to Pippa's. Plus, how gorgeous is this take on the high-neckline and defined waistline?
"Yamel" sleeveless crepe sheath wedding dress with a beaded blouse bodice and bateau neckline, Pronovias