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We're pretty sure some eyes wandered away from the action on the tennis court during Andy Murray's winning game at Wimbledon on Sunday.
Spectators were undoubtedly distracted by some of the fierce fashion that certain celebrities wore to the history-making match—and on that particular day, we can't say we blame them!
It was hard not to notice Victoria Beckham, who took in the game from the royal box in a racy lingerie-inspired design from Louis Vuitton's fall 2013 collection. The girl definitely injected a little spice into the sport with her sexy lace-trimmed frock with a gray-checkered pattern that had her looking like she'd wandered out of her bedroom and onto the stands.
And while the slip dress definitely isn't scandalous by Hollywood's red carpet standards, where everything from thigh-high slits to side boob is fair game, we're guessing the fact that the fashion designer wore a dress that's a little more suitable for cocktail hour to a conservative daytime event had a little something to do with the post-game buzz surrounding her attire.
After all, Kate Moss wore the exact same design to a nighttime Kerastase launch event back in March, and no one was in an uproar over her choice of dress. And Beckham even tweeted a shot of herself in the Louis Vuitton dress in April, when she was shooting with photographer Boo George, yet no one had any complaints about it back then.
Perhaps it was the balmy temps that caused Beckham to reach for the skimpy slip dress? She definitely has a lot of ladylike options in her wardrobe to choose from that she could have worn to the tournament. In fact, Murray's girlfriend, Kim Sears reached for one of Beckham's Victoria by Victoria Beckham designs for her beau's final match.
Looking oh-so-classy in a mint-green lacy shift dress from Beckham's spring/summer 2013 collection, the 25-year-old cheered her boyfriend on from the stands. The stylish spectator accessorized with a nude Mulberry carryall and—just like Pippa Middleton did at an earlier match—a pair of nude, leg-elongating wedges.
While Sears' dress may not have gotten as many tongues wagging as Beckham's, we still love that she reached for a quirky color. And evidently, so did the public, since the dress has sold out!
Do you prefer Beckham or Sears' Wimbledon style?