When it comes to weddings, it's all about the details, which, for some people include something old, new, borrowed, and blue. Although there's no telling if she had the rest of the items, Pippa Middleton's "something old" for her wedding should look familiar, according to The Telegraph. The publication found that the earrings Middleton wore on her wedding day were the same as the ones she wore in her sister's wedding. It was a nice, personalized touch.
On May 20, Middleton married James Matthews at the St. Mark's church, in Englefield, Berkshire. While her stunning, custom-made Giles Deacon lace gown did have some similarities to her big sister's wedding dress, her accessories really got people talking. Middleton's earrings for the day were the same ones that she wore to the Royal Wedding in 2011. The accessory featured a flower-like stud with a tear-drop diamond hanging from it. The earrings are subtle enough not to take over the look while still making a statement.
In case you forgot, Middleton was the maid of honor in her sister's wedding, where she had the iconic train-fixing moment. Although she didn't opt for the same style dress as her sister, wearing the same earrings was a touching detail.
According to Harper's Bazaar, the earrings were a gift from Middleton's mother. They were made by jewelry designer Robinson Pelhem, a designer the family has worked with in the past, The Telegraph reports.
The flowers that she wore in her hair as a accessory at the Royal Wedding seem to be similar to the ones she carried on her wedding day too. Either Middleton was feeling sentimental or she has very similar taste to her sister. Regardless, she looked absolutely gorgeous on her wedding day.
I'm willing to bet that it's only a matter or time until you can buy replicas of the earrings online. Fans are loving the subtle nod to her sister as well.
If only Kate would follow in her sister's footsteps.
She really is stunning.
It looks like this isn't the only time she's worn the earrings, either.
These accessories will go down in history.