Figuring out what to wear to Wimbledon can be tricky but I’ve got you covered. Here’s what I wore when I sat by the grassy courts, Pimms in hand, strawberries at the ready… read on.
What to Wear To Wimbledon
So after extensive research which involved STALKING other bloggers who had been to the famous courts, I worked out the dress code is smart casual. I narrowed it down to two outfits – a Self Portrait white dress and these sky blue culottes by Tomcsanyi. In the end I went with the culottes, how gorgeous are they?! The high waisted shorts come with a belt tie, ring buckle and chunky back pockets. They’re the epitome of casual chic, don’t you think? I knew they would be perfect for Wimbledon so long as the skies delivered sunshine, which they did, so here they are.
The wide leg silhouette continues to be a key trend this year and I found the airy culottes were perfect for a hot day in the city. As the shorts are the statement piece here I kept things simple everywhere else, with a white top from Scotch & Soda and a nude coloured pyjama jacket from Topshop.
When we went to Wimbledon last year we stayed in The Laslett Hotel in Notting Hill. They didn’t pay me to say it, but I will tell you IT’S AMAZING. A truly beautiful stylish hotel in a vibrant neighbourhood. The hotel is housed in a row of 5 Victorian residences just off the main street in Notting Hill. Decorated in eclectic style the bright and modern hotel fuses seamlessly with the classic elegance and heritage of the Victorian era. I think it’s also fair to say this place is seriously cool.
My favourite spot was a blush corner of the library where the works of psychologists sit alongside photographers memoirs and musician’s biographies. The influence of culture and local history is evident in the hotel’s decor and art. Even the hotel itself is named after the local artist who initiated the original Notting Hill Festival, now the famous Carnival.
Thanks for dropping by – J ♥
Shot at The Laslett