What to Wear to Wimbledon
The most anticipated tennis event of the calendar is back and we couldn't be more excited. Will Andy claim his third title, can Nadal show his class after years of injury blows and will Federer ever slow down? This years tournament is looking to be a good one.
Reigning champion and World No.1, Andy Murray, comfortably made it through the first round but if the competition is anything to go by, I'd make sure I bring my A-game if I was him. Rafael Nadal has had a flying year with less injuries and has again cemented himself as one to fear in the tournament, the goat himself Roger Federer doesn't seem to be slowing down at any stage and Novak Djokovic, who may not be having the best of years, is always one to watch.
Wimbledon is also a fabulous place for fashion. From the all white from hat to shoe for the more chic attendees, to the statement jacket wearing fashionistas, Wimbledon might as well be a fashion show with tennis being played as the opener. So far spectators are making the most of the beautiful weather sporting bright colours, floral prints and striped apparel whilst keeping to the events sophisticated dress code.
But remember, with all this sun and little shade, you'll need to make sure your eyes are covered to make sure you don't miss a moment. We recommend a nice pair of sunglasses to make sure you don't irritate the person behind you.
The days festivities bring out people from all over the world. With plenty of celebrity appearances and fine champagne, taking a trip to the south of the city could prove to be a great day out.
Who do you thinks got what it takes this year?