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The Wimbledon Style Guide

Strawberries, soaring temperatures and glorious flutes of Champagne and Pimms; Wimbledon is the ultimate UK summer event. Known for attracting many an A-list fan, over the years, celebs have travelled from far and wide to catch a glimpse of the on-court action. However, dressing for the event can pose quite the sartorial fix; looking glamorous and staying comfortable all day is never easy! Scroll through the gallery above for our pick of who champions Wimbledon style well and find out how to get their look below.

Add playful summer accessories. Alexa Chung’s masterful way of adding fun accessories to her look is noteworthy. Here, she adds sass to her LBD by way of a weave bag and cherry-embellished sandals. Make like Alexa and try Charlotte Olympia’s Studded Patent Kitty Flats for fresh summer fun.

Simplicity is key. If you’re spending the best part of a day observing a match, you’ll want to be as comfortable as possible, yet still look chic. We love Victoria Beckham’s elegant black camisole dress with a pretty lace neckline. Keep hair styled up to stay cool and always add shades.

Take cover. Donning a blazer is a fail-safe way to cover up in style. Andy Murray’s girlfriend, Kim Sears, always makes sure her look is never compromised when it comes to supporting the title-winning tennis player.

Don’t be scared to be formal. Just because its summer doesn’t mean your suits need to stay hidden away in the wardrobe. Wimbledon is a traditional English event, so don’t be scared to dress up for the occasion in a gentlemanly manner. Jude Law’s navy suit is super-smart and his addition of a matching pocket square is a dapper finishing touch.

Dare to be bold. Kim Sears’ yellow skater dress is a fabulous way of channelling a zesty summer hue. To pare the look down, Kim added a cool denim jacket, a pastel pink Mulberry Willow Tote and black Ray-Ban Wayfarers – what a pro!

If you’re enjoying Wimbledon from the comfort of your own home, you need to read this: 5 Things: Wimbledon At Home

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