Wimbledon 2014 Style in the Stands: A Comprehensive Guide Brought to You by Kate, the Beckhams and More!
Here's a guide to dressing for Wimbledon, thanks to the always stylish Duchess Catherine, Victoria Beckham and more stars
While we spent most of the weekend shoreside in a tee and cutoffs, stars were sporting their classiest style courtside at Wimbledon. From the perennial put-together royals to crazy-stylish couples to the big winner’s well-suited fashion moment, we compiled a go-to playbook for the best fashion moments at Britain’s big match — just in case, you know, you end up scoring an invite to the royal box next year.
1. Colorful Dress + Blowout = Style Ace
The Duchess of Cambridge‘s look — a recycled blue-and-green Jonathan Saunders design — didn’t surprise us, but we have to say it was the perfect frock to wear to the Men’s Finals. It was breezy, the fun pattern photographed well and she looks killer in those colors. (Not to mention, it complemented her husband’s dapper suit nicely.)
2. Dress Up Your Dude : It’s hard to compete with Will and Kate, but these couples were up to the challenge. David and Victoria Beckham (let’s be honest, they’re British royalty in their own right) continued their anniversary celebration at the Men’s Finals in coordinating looks — a colorful striped Victoria Beckham dress on Posh and a navy double-breasted blazer, white shirt, printed tie and chinos (all Ralph Lauren) on Becks. Also in the running for chicest couple: Suki Waterhouse, doing her supermodel thing in a white embroidered crop top and matching printed skirt by Alberta Ferretti, while her beau Bradley Cooper went for a dark navy three-piece suit and striped tie. And Elsa Pataky and Chris Hemsworth had a day date away from their three young children, sporting polka-dot LBD and blue suit, respectively.
5. Dress Like a Champ: Novak Djokovic won the trophy over Roger Federer in his Uniqlo tennis whites, and then made sure to show up to the Winners’ Ball in a perfectly tailored Burberry tux, complete with a white pocket square. Well-played all around.
Who was your best dressed couple at Wimbledon? Sound off below!