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What to Wear to Wimbledon

If you have a golden ticket to Wimbledon 2022, one of the sporting calendar’s hottest and most iconic events, you’ll want to dress to impress. This Liberty Starter Pack has everything you need to do just that.
By: George Elliot

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What to Wear to Wimbledon

What to Wear to Wimbledon

If you have a golden ticket to Wimbledon 2022, one of the sporting calendar’s hottest and most iconic events, you’ll want to dress to impress. This Liberty Starter Pack has everything you need to do just that.

By: George Elliot

Deciding what to wear to Wimbledon can be a bit of a minefield. Which dresses, bags and accessories combination will evade the threat of being rained off along with the game. And make you feel like you're attending the sporting event of the season in style, all at the same time? Some say it can’t be done, but I couldn’t disagree more; with the low-down on how to ace a Wimbledon wardrobe, let Liberty style you to perfection. Your Wimbledon Starter Pack. Game, set and match.

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A First-Rate Frock

Needle & Thread Rambling Roses Woven Dress, £340

Ashley, Sienna Miller and Adjoa Andoh have all proven that wearing an elegant, match-ready dress is the choice for Wimbledon’s most stylish attendees. To stand among the event’s best dressed and match the joyous energy of The Championships, opt for Needle & Thread’s Rambling Roses Woven Dress, £340. It’s a statement-maker that’s bright, feminine and dreamy.

A Medal Worthy Hat

Christy's Zara Wide Brim Panama Hat, £160

When the British weather isn’t being, well, truly miserable, Wimbledon’s courts can be real suntraps. So, if you don’t want to emerge back onto southwest London’s streets pink all over, it’s essential to seek protection underneath a hat - the wider the brim, the better! Zara Wide Brim Panama Hat, £160 is The One I’d strongly recommend for this year’s matches.

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Game-Changing Sunglasses

Celine Graphic Cat-Eye Sunglasses, £270

When trying to get a good look at Nadal’s serve (or more likely, craning your neck to see who’s sitting in the royal box), the last thing you want is to be blinded by a bright ray of sunshine. That’s why a pair of sunglasses that elevate your outfit to peak levels of chicness is a must. A brand that never fails to deliver on this is Celine (well, it is a French luxury fashion house after all). Before heading off to the courts, take Celine’s Graphic Cat-Eye Sunglasses, £270 with you; wearing them, you’ll never miss a match point.

A Stand-Out Bag

Loewe Small Luna Anagram Jacquard and Leather Shoulder Bag, £1,400

When deciding on the perfect bag to take with you, size, shape and shade all need to be carefully considered. Something too big and impractical will make you feel clumsy, but something too small, and you’ll have nowhere to store your handheld fan. Loewe’s Small Luna Anagram Jacquard and Leather Shoulder Bag, £1,400 is just right. Sculptural and emblazoned with the label’s iconic logo, it really is a winner.

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The Final: Earrings

Liberty 9ct Gold Handmade Ianthe Star Blue Sapphire Hoop Earrings

Ultimately, Wimbledon is a place to see and be seen, right? So, you’ll need a suitably stand-out accessory to finish off your look, like Liberty’s 9ct Gold Handmade Ianthe Star Blue Sapphire Hoop Earrings, £1,290. Inspired by the work of visionary 1930s female surrealists, they’ll add a little artistry to your outfit.

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