Wimbledon: it’s the oldest tennis tournament in the world and yet it still grips us year after year. Taking place from 3rd July – 16th July 2017, it’s set to be another year of thrills and spills, as Andy Murray battles to take home his third champion title.
While the rest of us will be tuning-in at home, you may have been lucky enough to bag a ticket. As well as packing your sunscreen, you’ll need to make sure your outfit is on-point and it’s never too early to start planning!
Over the past few years, the dress code for Wimbledon has relaxed so there’s no need to worry so much about looking really smart and spending an absolute fortune on a posh outfit.
To help you look your best, Daniel Footwear is on-hand to offer some advice: View Post
Oversized Scarf – Mom jeans – Tartan shirt – Cath Kidston Norfolk Rose bowler bag – Floral laptop bag – Stockholm bobble hat – Kurt Geiger Simona boots
I didn’t want to do much sales shopping, I had the tiniest bit of Christmas money and that was all I was going to spend but I’ve been to Birmingham several times over the last couple of weeks and I’ve also spent a lot of time browsing online.
Mustard dress – Grey dress – Faux fur trim khaki coat – Oversized scarf – Black ankle boots
It’s absolutely freezing outside at the minute; this morning it was -3 degrees so I put on as many layers as I possibly could for the commute into work and although I was warm, by the time I’d piled on my black faux fur coat, I looked like a ball with legs!
Just because it’s so cold outside, that doesn’t mean that you can’t look nice as you layer up; thick winter dresses like these two from Quiz clothing help keep you warm and look great with a pair of wooly tights and some fashionable ankle boots. I love yellow at any time of year but for the winter, mustard is just perfect and it goes really well with this khaki coat with a faux fur collar. There’s also a load of great pieces over at Ralph Lauren.
Accessories are really important when it comes to dressing for the winter, I can’t go anywhere without a scarf and oversized scarves are an essential – when you’re stuck on a frosty train platform waiting to get to work, you’ll be really grateful for a scarf that can double up as a blanket!