The Perfect Wimbledon Outfit: Tennis Chic That Will Up Your Game



The Wimbledon tennis tournament, held at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, is one of the most beloved sports events in the UK and has even recently become popular in the US! The event is best known for being played on grass courts but that’s not all there is to it. The Wimbledon fashion has been majorly influenced by the tennis stars who participate in it, making it an event to keep an eye on from June 27 to July 10 this year! We have put together some chic outfits that the stars wear on the court. You too can look like a tennis pro in your stylish attire that is always in fashion.

The Tennis Skirt


This all-new tennis skirt is a must-have for every tennis player. With both a comfortable and flattering fit, it’s hard to beat (but we just did). Simply slip into it for your next match or practice session. Choose from classic white, fresh green, or any of our bold prints. Stylish... comfy... practical... check, check, and check! With plenty of options in different sizes and styles available, you’ll have no trouble finding an outfit that works for you. And don’t forget about adding a personalized name embroidery for that extra touch of style. The possibilities are endless!

The Polo Shirt


Polo shirts are a must-have for anyone who loves tennis. Not only are they adorable, but their cotton nature keeps you cool and sweat-free during a match. Whether you’re watching from side or serving up on Centre Court, rocking your polo will keep you looking as stylish as Roger Federer himself! It’s also a great way to show off your own personal style; there are tons of different brands out there with all sorts of designs. You can find one that fits your personality perfectly. Just make sure it has some breathable mesh panels in case things get too hot!

The Tennis Dress


A vital piece to your tennis look, make sure you wear a dress that is not too tight and shows off your figure. Go for a sleeveless top and pair it with high-waisted leggings or shorts if it gets hot. Choose clothing in bold colors to stand out on court. For an extra pop of color, add on bright tennis shoes or headbands to finish off your ensemble. To keep cool during play, opt for breathable fabrics like linen and mesh. Top picks include any outfit from Nike’s Dress Like You Mean It collection and Adidas’ Court Collection. Remember to have fun with your outfit! Wear something that makes you feel confident and proud as you show off your skills on court.

The V-Neck Tennis Dress


If you’re heading out to watch tennis at Wimbledon and want to look tennis-chic, opt for a cute v-neck tennis dress. V-necks are great for showing off your tan, and make your collarbones look super sexy. If you have long hair that tends to go into your face when you play, tie it up in a bun and let loose when you’re not on court! Browse more similar styles like these here . While they don’t have to be white, traditional tennis whites are a must if you want to fit right in with everyone else watching. Pair them with some adorable heels or flats, as well as an elegant crossbody bag (like ) for easy access to your phone or keys.

The Tennis Socks


Don’t let your feet suffer just because it’s Wimbledon! Keep them warm and comfortable by wearing socks, but not just any kind. The best tennis socks are long, so they will keep your toes warm as you stand on court for hours. And don’t forget that these tennis socks are part of a tennis outfit—which means they should match your tennis dress. If you wear white shorts or pants, opt for white socks; if you wear dark shorts or pants, choose black socks. You can also go with an accent color like purple or red to add some style to your look. It’s important to find comfort in your clothing, so make sure you get yourself a good pair of sports socks. After all, you want to be able to concentrate on winning instead of focusing on blisters.

The Tennis Sweater


The must-have element of your game is a simple, stylish tennis sweater. Not only will it keep you warm and cozy during practice, but you can pair it with a crisp collared shirt to complete your look and bring any outfit to life. Head-to-toe white looks great on any player, or incorporate fun colors and patterns for something bolder. No matter what you choose, make sure your sweater fits like a dream—unlike an ill-fitting tennis racket. It should be snug enough to show off your curves, but not so tight that you have trouble breathing. You’ll want it loose enough that you can easily move around in, as well as show off your fabulous form when playing.

The Tennis Bracelets


This year’s new Wimbledon trend is bracelets! It’s best to choose a bracelet that complements your outfit rather than one that takes away from it. You can opt for a colorful silicone or leather band, or perhaps go with something more elegant like gold or silver. I personally love my Tiffany tennis bracelet, which I wear all summer long when playing tennis and even when I’m not on court. The key here is to make sure you don’t overdo it; if you have multiple bracelets on at once, it may take away from your look instead of adding to it. My rule of thumb is no more than two bracelets per wrist. A good place to start is choosing one bracelet as an accent piece (i.e., wearing just one), then complementing it with another bracelet in a different color, texture or material. A great way to find fun tennis-inspired jewelry pieces without breaking the bank is by shopping online at sites like Zales and Jeulia Jewelry.

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