We already knew Andy Murray's girlfriend was a style ace. Now, we're keeping a close eye on Kim Sears in the stands at the US Open for her polished take on the trends. The only thing better than finding inspiration in our latest girl crush is finding out that her exact looks are actually shoppable — and totally affordable. Kim played the part of supportive girlfriend and chic US Open attendee in a bold cobalt blouse and floral statement necklace, both available at Zara. (Although a bit pricier, she then finished off her ensemble with this Ted Baker London Baillie tote bag.)
Christopher Bailey loves putting couples in his ads for Burberry, and the latest rumors from across the pond speculate that Wimbledon champion Andy Murray and his stylish girlfriend, Kim Sears, are in mind for the brand's next campaign.
While the British house makes it a policy not to comment on its upcoming ads, a source told The Daily Mail that Murray and Sears are on the verge of becoming the next faces of the house. The brand already seems to like the two — they sat front row at Burberry's Fall 2013 show in London last season, and they both wore Burberry to the Wimbledon Champion's Dinner last week.
If the rumors are true, then Murray and Sears won't be the only couple to have starred in a fashion campaign — let alone a set of ads for Burberry. A look at some other significant others who have starred in campaigns, here.
Andy Murray and his girlfriend, Kim Sears, enjoyed some fun in the sun on the beach in Ibiza, Spain, today. The Wimbledon champ and his longtime love looked smiley and happy while running, playing paddleball, and showing sweet PDA in the sand. The couple is enjoying some much-deserved downtime after Andy's big Wimbledon win earlier this month — they attended the Winners Ball after the tournament wrapped and kept the celebrations going with dinner at Nobu in London alongside Andy's mom, Judy.
Kim is getting lots of attention lately, including speculation on when she'll become Mrs. Andy Murray — when asked if he is planning to pop the question to his girlfriend of eight years, Andy laughed it off, telling a British talk-show host, “I only met you like 10 minutes ago; I wouldn't tell you first."
The common denominator in this week's crew of style winners is simple — gorgeous red carpet gowns. Of course, just because the formula is simple enough doesn't mean there won't be a few surprises, like Kim Sears who wowed with her courtside style at Wimbledon before stepping out alongside longtime boyfriend (and men's singles champ!) Andy Murray in coordinating Burberry for the Wimbledon Champions Ball.
We're just warming up — for the rest, like Catherine Zeta-Jones in a lacy strapless gown, you'll have to keep clicking.
Andy Murray may have captured a nation's heart when he became the first British man to win Wimbledon since 1936, but he wasn't the only one who everyone was watching. His longtime girlfriend, 25-year-old Kim Sears, was turning lots of heads in the stands during the Winners Ball and on postvictory date nights in London.
Andy Murray continued the celebrations after his Wimbledon win this weekend with a dinner out with his longtime girlfriend, Kim Sears, and his mom, Judy. The group grabbed dinner at Nobu in London last night, just one day after they all attended the Wimbledon Championships 2013 Winners Ball on Sunday evening. While Andy Murray is being celebrated by Brits for being the first British man to win Wimbledon in nearly a century, Kim has been getting her fair share of attention — check out our guide to Kim Sears to learn more about England's most popular new WAG!
Wimbledon champion Andy Murray took home the trophy for men's singles tennis this weekend, becoming the first British male to win since 1936 — and while that is quite the feat, there was someone in the stands who drew comparable attention throughout the tournament: Andy's longtime girlfriend, 25-year-old Kim Sears. Even with all the excitement on the courts, we couldn't help but be drawn to Kim's calm demeanor, fantastic outfits, and perfect blowout — begging the question: just who is she?
We've done some digging and rounded up the six most important things you need to know about tennis's hottest new WAG — including her penchant for painting dogs, aversion to video games, and why she's being compared to Kate Middleton. Click through to see them all now!
Andy Murray made the British proud over the weekend! Andy beat out Novak Djokovic for the Wimbledon win on Sunday, becoming the first British male to win since 1936. Andy was cheered on by many celebrities including Bradley Cooper, Gerard Butler, and Victoria Beckham. We have all the latest on what his famous friends had to say and what's up next for the tennis phenom. On Jessica: dress by Tory Burch.
If there was an actual decoration for the First Lady of Wimbledon, the title would have to go to Kim Sears. Longtime girlfriend to Andy Murray, the men's singles champ who claimed the honor for Britain after a 77-year drought, Kim played the part of supportive (and well-dressed) girlfriend to perfection.
Haven't heard of Kim yet? Before clicking through her sophisticated courtside outfits, know this: that chestnut mane has led the British to pit her against Kate Middleton for the best hair superlative. And in our book, any time you're being compared to the duchess, you're winning.
Andy Murray may have won Wimbledon, but we're still left wondering one thing: how can we score his girlfriend's phenomenal blowout? Kim Sears, Andy's longtime love interest, was spotted in the stands throughout the competition, cheering him on and never without her hair perfectly coiffed. Even London's rainy days didn't faze (or frizz) her style. Already her enviable mane has been compared to the likes of Kate Middleton's gorgeous locks. Although we can't promise Kim Sears's results, here are a few tips to getting your best blowout at home:
- Hang dry.You'll get the best blowout if you don't start with soaking strands. Use your fingers to dry hair to about 80 percent, then it's time to go in with a brush to style.
- Protect and defend. If you've got colored hair (like Kim's slight ombré ends), you'll want to spritz your hair with a heat protectant first. Try running a dab of Aveda Smooth Infusion Smoother ($24) through each section before applying heat.
- Bypass tangles. Sure, the professionals may wield a round brush with ease, but it's harder to maneuver the curves alone, especially with lengthy hair like Kim's. Instead, find a paddle brush with a curved base. That way, you can still get a slightly rounded shape and volume without the tangles and contortions.