We may not have a Wimbledon winner yet, but some of the players have already won in our eyes… in the style match that is. As the competition gets fiercer, we can’t decide what we’re enjoying more, the incredible action or the fashion parade. From Murray’s crisp white Adidas polo shirt, to Serena’s fabulous Nike mini dress, there’s something quintessentially British about the dress code at the most prestigious tournament of the year. With the spotlight on London, the players are feeling the pressure, but you wouldn’t know it in their cool outfits. With Sports Lux a key trend on catwalks such as DKNY, it’s a style winner for this season.
On closer inspection, although knocked out of the tournament in its early stages, 5-time Wimbledon champion Serena Williams briefly lit up the court in her stunning white Nike dress. We love the sheer panelling, and the neon logo! Not to be outdone, Russian champion Sharapova also sported a crisp Nike outfit, whilst new Brit girl Laura Robson kept it simple in a white Adidas polo, and mini-skirt. Again, we love the touch of colour in the logo! Whilst you may not be a champion tennis player, you can still incorporate the Wimbledon dress code into your summer wardrobe. Brighten up your gym ensemble with our white hot combo: Our exclusive Eugene Lin white Anya vest combined with our Gallery 4 Drew leggings will keep you looking cool as you raise a sweat. Add a touch of class with Chloe’s seriously sophisticated leather hightops, and stay focused with Skinnydip’s white and pink headphones. Game, set, sorted!
If you’re not the sporty type, you can still add some tennis style to your wardrobe with our cool day look. Our discounted white American Retro leather skirt is a perfect substitute for the tennis mini-skirt, and combined with this sharp Georgia Hardinge box crop top you’ll have a winning mixture of white and orange. Add another splash of colour with these vibrant Michael Kors wedges to keep up with the neon trend. Finally, accessorise your look with this Marc Jacobs shopper bag. We can already hear the crowd cheering!
With tough scores to beat, the male players are competing hard against the girls in the fashion stakes. With the nation behind him, our very own Andy Murray is hoping to come out on top and is looking formidable in head to toe Adidas. We wouldn’t want to be against him! Although Roger Federer has already been knocked out, he looked the part in Nike. With 7-Wimbledon titles under his belt, it’s hard to complain! But our favourite look by far is Spanish player David Ferrer’s kit in the Lotto Sports tennis collection. The combination of white and neon green is ultra-modern but still fits perfectly with the Wimbledon dress code. We’re still behind Murray of course, but fashion points to Ferrer. To capture the sports lux trend, take a look at our Burberry Brit polo shirt with these Orschel-Read silk shorts, which are down to £104. For that splash of colour and added style, try these orange espadrilles by Rivieras.ƒ