There is nothing more beautifully British than the green lawns of the Wimbledon Courts in late June. The competition began in 1877 and has grown from a small event in the sporting calendar to one of the biggest and most renowned events in the sporting world which exhibits not only some of the best displays of tennis in the world but also encapsulates the quintessential nature of British summertime.
As Wimbledon kicks off for it 130th Championship, we look at some of our favourite ways of navigating the sporting fortnight situated in SW19.
What to Wear
Our Bluebell Dress and Iris Dress are both perfect choices for your Wimbledon attire. With their sleek cut tailoring they create an effortlessly easy look in the Wimbledon Sunshine and can be layered up if the rain clouds make an appearance.
Our Bluebell Dress & Iris Dress from the SS 16 Collection
Beulah at Wimbledon
Kim Murray shows that the perfect Wimbledon attire is a lightweight Beulah dress that will carry you through from court, to Henman Hill to the Strawberries and Cream stand.
Beyond the Courts in SW19
If the crowds by the courts don’t appeal Wimbledon Village hosts a plethora of places from which you can watch the action happen. Especially useful if play is rained off!
The Dog & Fox Pub offers the opportunity to watch all the action from a selection of six screens or if you want to escape for some post tennis pimms The Crooked Billet Pub allows you to laze on the Wimbledon Common after a day of tennis and strawberries and Cream.