Wimbledon, one of the worlds most stylish sporting events, has come to and end with Petra Kvitova & Novak Djokovic triumphing in the finals. But who won in the style stakes?
Kim Sears supported her boyfriend, Andy Murray, in two lady like ensembles. On day one she wore a white crochet dress cinched with an orange belt and a neutral snake-skin handbag. The same bag made it to the fifth round where Kim teamed an animal print dress and classic black blazer with it.
The Duchess of Cambridge and her sister Pippa Middleton looked elegant as always at the games. Kate wore a white crochet dress accessorised with a red scarf and fan at the mens singles quarter finals, while Pippa wore a neutral colour block dress and straw bag by Kate Spade. At the mens final Kate wore blue and green print dress by Jonathan Saunders. Pippa arrived at Centre Court in a Carolina Herrera dress teamed with a white jacket and large shades.
Keira Knightly and James Righton arrived at the women’s final looking sharp and polished in matching navy. Alexa Chung and Jack Guinness showed up in casual outfits, Alexa chose a navy checkered dress with a straw handbag while Jack wore loafers with a basic white shirt and brown shorts. Hannah Bagshawen arrived in a blue denim summer dress with Eddie Redmayne in a navy blue suit.
Model Amber Le Bon was sporting dip-dye hair, strong eyebrows and raspberry lips with a muted flowy skirt and shirt combo, while relaxing in the Evian area. David Beckham looked dapper as always in Ralph Lauren and his wife Victoria showcased a dress from her own collection which was my favourite look from all the occasions. Douglas Booth looked cool in a laidback yet very chic in a t-shirt and blazer mix.