Murray Family Dominates Wimbledon, On the Court and in the Stands

Wimbledon is renowned for it’s stardom in the world of professional tennis. Andy Murray, winner of the Men’s singles bracket, is no exception as he has displayed exceptional skill on his way to acquiring this year’s crown. While the second-seeded competitor has garnered droves of attention as a result, his wife, Kim, is actually the one stealing the show. Mrs. Murray has been in attendance for all of Andy’s recent play, sporting some of the most unique styles on display at the event.
At an overall glance, Kim has certainly been dressed for the occasion. Sporting multiple designer dresses for comfort and fashion, she has been the envy of many spectating more than the festivities.
Entering the first day of Wimbeldon, she was seen wearing a poppy dress from Kate Spade as well as an Aspinal of London Midi Marylebone alabaster white bag in lizard print. The Spring 2016 floral runway piece is both conservative and fresh. Other than the bag’s bulky size, the combination is fantastic.
The second day of the event saw Kim dawn a karo silk dress from LK Bennett. While not nearly as interesting as her previous ensemble, she continued her trend of comfortable floral dresses to accommodate the early summer temperatures.
Breaking her streak of both dresses and comfort, Kim wore a Burberry lace trench coat. This is an odd choice considering the weather, not to mention the choice of lace in an otherwise traditional look.
It didn’t take long for her to return to a more comfortable wardrobe. The fourth day saw Kim opt towards a Burberry brit print chiffon dress along with the same Aspinal of London lizard print bag earlier in competition. The design strays from the floral pattern in favor of a snake print, which adds a level of uniqueness to an already classy look.
Returning to the floral patterns, Mrs. Murray was seen wearing a Ted Baker thistle sheer dress. This is possibly the strongest look for her to this point with a reserved noticeability that sets her apart from the rest of the crowd.
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