Wimbledon has kickstarted, meaning it’s high time to get your Wimbledon wardrobe in order. It’s a great excuse to snap up a new outfit but aside from the no flip flop or high heel rule – neither of which are recommended – it seems that anything goes so here’s a little helping hand in letting you decipher what to wear to Wimbledon.
With stars such as The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Victoria and David Beckham and Suki Waterhouse and Bradley Copper attending play in the recent past, the uber-glamorous nature of Wimbledon shows no signs of slowing down. If you want to keep up with these stylish celebs, then make it you mission to try out sleek separates, elegant frocks and even rock a more casual look or two. Here’s how to do it right.
Suki Waterhouse made a case for the more relaxed two-piece when she attended with then-boyfriend Bradley Cooper last year. If you too aren’t keen on wearing dresses, why not mix and match classic seperates for a fresh take on summer dressing? We love these fashion-forward culottes from Ted Baker, which would look amazing teamed with fellow pastel pieces and a super-chic espadrille wedge. Kim Sears, watch out, your best-dressed crown is about to be taken.
If you’re a girly girl, this is your dream occassion to dress for because fancy frocks are the order of the day. This bold chevron-printed number from Oasis is one way to make a serious statement, especially if you team it with a bright red tote and ever-so-chic mid heels.
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For those who want a more casual approach try switching your skirt and heels for flats and denim. The dress code for centre court has relaxed in recent years, meaning you can opt for a comfty jean if that’s more up your alley. We love this patchwork pair from M&S which can be smartened up with a printed shirt for a Wimbledon-ready look
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By Kimberly Lavey