Wimbledon, one of the most prestigious tennis tournaments in the world, kicked off last week for its 140th year. The tournament, which spans across two weeks, will play host to some of tennis’s top athletes, including British star Andy Murray. Alongside the hotly anticipated matches, Wimbledon is fast becoming a hot spot for sartorial statements, with celebrities such as the Duchess of Cambridge and Pippa Middleton stepping out in classic sophisticated styles. Key looks so far have included clean cut femme lines, delicate florals and of course – tennis whites.
Trendstop attended the iconic championship to bring you the latest street style looks from Wimbledon 2017.
The Monochrome Crop Pant
These tailored trousers add a touch of sophistication to summer style. Geometric prints pair well with the high-wasted silhouette, adding interest to an otherwise minimal aesthetic. When styling, keep accessories to a minimum and continue the monochrome pallet for a cool, understated look. The minimal colour-way and tonal patterns indicate a validation of our S/S 2017 Monochrome Tribe theme.
Clean Cotton Tea Dress
An overly feminine mood emerges from a ‘prim and proper’ aesthetic, with the stark white shade being lifted by pretty frills and ruching details. Fastenings take their queue from vintage styles, with minimal button-downs on clean cotton fabrics making for a Victorian inspired look. Styling is kept casual, pairing with sneakers to ensure the dress still looks contemporary and modern.
The Office Pinstripe
Work wear is brought out of the office with this print trend. Working in a monochrome colour pallet – fine lines on crisp cotton fabrics are evenly spaced, softening the formal edge of the classic pinstripe. The print works well teamed alongside block colours for a minimalistic look.
The Dainty Button-Down Dress
The Dainty Button-Down Dress finds sophistication in simplicity, as lightweight fabrics create delicate silhouettes. Styles are made up of miniature multi-button fastenings alongside peasant blouse inspired shapes and femme frill cuff detailing. This reworked Tea Dress works in a variety of block colours and pairs well with flat form slip-ons for an edgier look.