Courtside style – how to win at Wimbledon.
Three celebs who’ve perfected the art of dressing well for the world’s most famous tennis tournament.
David Beckham wins in straight sets when it comes to dressing for Wimbledon. Frequently seated in the Royal Box, he always plays it straight, adhering to the jacket and tie dress code effortlessly.
Last year when a rebounding ball flew into the box, up shot his immaculately suited arm. Of course he caught it – one handed – and lobed it onto the court. Nonchalant and cool as a cucumber. Women swooned. Men growled with envy and admiration.
The Beckham Look
When big screen supervillain Tom Hiddleston showed up at Centre Court every stitch was wonderfully in tune. A three-piece isn’t a natural choice for an event like Wimbledon but the bold striped shirt and lively Azure blue of the suit blasted out a perfectly pitched summer hit.
The panama and the tan he clearly didn’t get in England, sang a perfect chorus.
The Hiddleston Look
Model, DJ, and man-of-tweed, Jack Guinness chose to dress more casually for the occasion. Unless you’re lucky enough to be a guest in the Royal Box or enjoying corporate hospitality there is no need to suit and boot.
Plus he looked perfectly smart and well turned out in his crisp shorts, classic linen shirt and summer loafers.
The Guinness Look
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