Men’s style guide: what to wear to Wimbledon

So far Wimbledon 2018 has been a gem for tennis fans around the globe. The world-famous tennis tournament has already attracted a number of celebrities, including Jessica Biel, Justin Timberlake, Drake, Gerard Pique, Natalie Dormer, Ellie Goulding and more.

And while the focus is of course, on the tennis itself, there is always an element of fashion to keep an eye on too.

If you’re lucky enough to be attending any of the remainder fixtures, or even if you’re just heading to a pub garden to watch the games – here are two stylish outfit options that won’t go unnoticed.

1) Look 1: The classic suit

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A suit is the most classic option at Wimbledon as it automatically gives you that formal look. Yes, we know you may be thinking that this is a boring decision, but you don’t have to wear your standard work suit. You can go for something a bit more exciting, like pairing your suit with a knitted tie and a stand-out pair of shoes.

And make sure your suit isn’t too stuffy for the British summer sunshine. Try opting for a suit combo that is light or cut from cool linen-silk for added breathability.

Get the look:

  • suit (navy and cream is always a good option for summer)
  • knitted tie
  • waist coat (optional)
  • white shirt
  • linen pocket square
  • loafers or smart lace-ups

 

2) Look 2: Pairing seperates

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Another option is to pair seperates – like a patterned blazer and a coloured pair of trousers. This is a popular choice amongst the stylish celebrities that take to the stands as it adds a touch of personality.

Don’t shy away from experimenting with designs and colours, but remember to keep the rest of your outfit pretty simple. If you want to keep it summery, pair your suit with a light coloured shirt and loafers.

You should also note that with this kind of look you match the right colours to avoid looking miss-matched.

Get the look:

  • blazer (beige, navy or patterned)
  • colour trousers
  • light shirt
  • a stand out tie (optional)
  • loafers

 

Shoes

If the weather pulls through, you don’t want your feet to be overheating all day. Loafers or drivers in either navy, tan or a brighter colour are your best bet. The great thing about slip-ons is that they can be worn with or without socks and still look smart.

 

Laofer options:

    Palmares Nubuk Indigo                Tavares Suede Navy             Lorenzo Sheep Skin Black
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