Shop Pippa Middleton-Inspired Wedding Gowns

Pippa Middleton may have carried her sister's train, but style-wise, she nearly stole the show.

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Pippa Middleton's dress, which was also created by McQueen designer Sarah Burton, had a certain effortless appeal, but also featured details and tailoring that kept it from looking too casual.
This Roland Mouret dress captures the silhouette perfectly, and the cap sleeves are also a nearly pitch-perfect match for those looking to get Pippa's look. ($2,589 on
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Nicole Miller's cap-sleeve, crisp white gown captures Pippa's look with a bit more casual tone. (Available at Nicole Miller)
While this David Meister gown may not have the structure of the cap sleeves, it has the same slinky, cowl-neck silhouette. ($558 at
This more subdued option harnesses the relaxed sex appeal of Pippa's gown. ($450 at
The silhouette of Pippa's gown -- slim through the hips, with a low neckline and flared skirt -- would flatter a variety of shapes, like this Melissa Sweet version. ($3,675 at
This BCBG Max Azria gown captures the cowl neck and goddess-y silhouette, all for under $200. ($181.05 at
This Donna Karan version feels like a more evening-friendly adaptation of Pippa's second-skin silhouette. Bonus points for the fact that it's two pieces -- a wrap shirt and a skirt. (Skirt, $1,595 at
Pippa's dress was, of course, completely custom-made, but Alexander McQueen has options with similar necklines and cap sleeves, though with shorter hemlines. Then again, this option might actually prove more versatile. ($1595 at
Similarly, this shorter version of Roland Mouret's cap-sleeve gown would be pitch-perfect for everything from a summer date to outdoor cocktails. ($1995 at
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