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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal wedding is over, so now we can get back to our regularly scheduled programming: swooning over Pippa Middleton’s outfits.

Over the weekend, Pippa attended the French Open alongside her husband James Matthews. There, the royally adjacent mom-to-be not only showed off her growing baby bump, but she also showed off her classically chic style. And it’s a look everyone will want to copy this summer.

Pippa Middleton at French Open
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At the event, Pippa rocked a red and white midi dress from Ralph Lauren. The adorable and universally-flattering wrap style comes complete with anchors, stars, fish, and compass points printed throughout the dress, and retails for $398 at ralphlauren.com.

She paired the dress with equally summer-ready shoes — classic espadrilles. This time, it was the 'Carina' style by Castañer, which are made from ivory canvas set on a jute wedge heel. That heel, Net-A-Porter explained, was woven on a 100-year-old braiding machine, but they only retail for $120 at net-a-porter.com.

Pippa topped off her look with a pair of round-frame, gold-tone Ray-Ban sunglasses, which retail for $180 at net-a-porter.com.

She then further accessorized the look with a Marcia Woven Crossbody Bag by Anthropologie. And though the bag looks simple from the outside, the inside is lined with a bright pink coral- and fish-printed liner. The bag retails for $98 at anthropologie.com.

Finally, Pippa added a hat for good measure. And not only did her Genuine Roland-Garros Panama hat with striped ribbon match the rest of her ensemble, but it also helped protect her fashionable face from the sun. It retails for $106 at store.rolandgarros.com. And, to make it even more special, her husband James wore a matching hat with his own blue ribbon.

So yeah, there may be a new duchess in town, but Pippa will always be our fashion queen.