Wimbledon whites: 5 outfits inspired by the Championships
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As we approach the pointy end of the Championships, it's only natural that emotions run high as we root for our favourite tennis player to take home the trophy; especially with the highly anticipated Murray-Federer semi-final taking place today at the All England Club.
In keeping with the Wimbledon spirit, we've put together our favourite white ensembles that are not only courtside appropriate, but also guaranteed head-turners for this scorching hot summer season.
Go for a short and flirty hemline that's within leg reavealing appropriate boundaries. Balance the skirt out with a Victorian-collared blouse. The lace inserts adds texture to the ensemble and helps to deal with the summer heat. Anchor the outfit with a casual yet stylish pair of sandals.
Keep cool in a cotton shift dress and a boater hat. The lace-up detailing on the front sets it apart from the run-of-the-mill variety, and the fierce crimson punctuates the outfit. Penny loafers will keep you grounded with a much welcomed touch of masculinity.
For the sophisticated lady, a textured pencil skirt paired with a uniquely cut cinched top will cut a clean, enviable figure. Finish off the look with a pair of graphic heels and a wide-brimmed topper.
Go with your sportier sensibilities with a pair of cropped straight-leg trousers and leather trainers. Balance out the court classic with a feminine ruffled-sleeved top that's still sports-inspired with its ribbed-jersey collar.
That 70's vibe
Keep in line with Wimbledon in a white-washed outfit inspired by our favourite era. Opt for a lightweight pussy-bow blouse and flared jeans. As added height complements the leg-lengthening quality of the jeans, reach for a pair of beige suede heels to complete the look.
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