How to ace the tennis trend

Wimbledon may be cancelled this year (thanks Corona) but the tennis trend certainly isn’t. Let’s be honest, for most of us Wimbledon isn’t about the tennis, it’s all about the looks. So, if we can’t watch Roger Federer do his thing this year then we’re still going to dress in all white with a jug of Pimm’s in hand. It’s what Roger would’ve wanted. This summer take tennis off the court and into your wardrobe. 

Wimbledon’s famously strict all-white dress code is technically for the players but when the style stakes are high why risk it? Avoid being disqualified in a cute matching set in white - duh! Play by the rules and reap the rewards by being the centre of attention. Wearing head to toe white means no distractions so act as confident as your ‘fit makes you look to win big.

Take a note out of queen, Serena Williams’s, book and interpret Wimbledon’s strict dress code in a way that works for you. If she can push the style boundaries on Centre Court then so can you. Give all-white a romantic spin by focusing on the details. Floral embellishment, ruffles and frills all add depth to a plain white look and are the perfect partner for a bowl of strawberries and cream. Yum!

Play doubles with your mini me by getting dressed up in all white matching outfits. It’s #twinning but done Wimbledon style. Snapping a pic for the gram is the highlight of any big event and a matching moment with your little one is guaranteed to score likes. We can’t watch the tennis, but we can still win the match made in heaven competition. So cute!

Ready to ace your style? Make classic white your power move in a structured blazer that screams champion and iconic pair of sunnies perfect for celeb spotting (in your local park). All white doesn’t have to be preppy it can be as powerful as you are. It’s time to serve looks so strong that the winning point always goes to you.