Andy Murray is probably the most trending keyword on the web today, after his stupendous Wimbledon win against the Serb sporting star Novak Djokovic. What a WIN!
While reading up about the match (with my cuppa of chai) I stumbled upon some pictures of Kim Sears, Murray’s long-term partner. Stunning, ethereal and cool as cucumber; she appeared calm, and so elegant, as if she almost sensed Murray’s victory! Well, that apart, I totally love her choice of outfits. Infact, I would love to own some of these pieces. Check ’em out!
Kim Sears really really stood out in her £925 SS13 mint Victoria by Victoria Beckham dress which she wore to the Wimbledon finals.
Earlier this month, on July 1, she was spotted in a colorful Zara dress. You would notice that she is wearing the same beige wedges on both the days. I am glad she doesn’t have that can’t-be-seen-in-the-same-footwear brain freeze. 🙂 Apparently, the Zara dress sold out online in the UK as soon as Kim was spotted wearing it.
While I love the Green VC dress, my vote does go for the colorful Zara dress. Kim looks sparkling happy. This dress is perfect for an afternoon brunch.
If I could pick one dress from her wardrobe, it would definitely be the Yen-Hsun Lu Yellow dress. She teamed this with a denim jacket to create a lovely ensemble. Very girly, pretty and gorgeous.
If Kim Sears looked a killer in her mint dress on the finals, the hollywood boys Gerard Butler and Bradley Cooper weren’t far behind either. Both men looked handsome as eva and definitely grabbed some attention with their bro-mance!
Psss – Since we were on the topic of Wimbledon, I just had to mention ’em!
To conclude –
Andy once said “I don’t play any tournaments to come second best.” I think he made that loud and clear with his Wimbeldon victory! Something the Brits won’t forget in a long long time!
THIS IS BY FAR THE BEST PICTURE OF THE EVENT!
All Photographs Courtesy: Daily Mail UK
- Wimbledon 2013: Andy Murray beats Novak Djokovic to claim historic men’s singles title (metro.co.uk)
- Murray first Briton to win in 77 years… (news.sky.com)