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The Event Report: Wimbledon 2016

As another year of the Wimbledon championships draw a close, we have put together a round up of some of the best fashion moments from this year’s phenomenal event. As expected, many recognisable and fashionable faces returned to the courts to not only support some of the best tennis players in the world, but to also debut the most fabulous and desirable key trends for summer 2016.

Kate Middleton

Combine elegant A-line silhouettes with quirky embroidered motifs such as skulls, lipsticks and butterflies just like Kate Middleton did this year in this discretely daring yet still outstandingly beautiful dress from Alexander McQueen.

Sienna Miller

Stay courtside chic and simple by coupling a classic tennis dress from Ralph Lauren with a pair of bronzed reflective sunglasses just like Sienna Miller did with her quintessential approach to modern English summer dressing.

 Erin O’Connor

At this year’s event Erin O’Connor showed that she was not afraid to infuse her seasonal wardrobe with a splash of vibrancy and colour with this confident midi skirt. If yellow is not your favourite colour, why not try a daring orange or fuchsia pink to spice up your skirt collection.

Daisy Lowe

Continuing to show off her idiosyncratic style every where she goes, Daisy Lowe definitely did not disappoint at this year’s Wimbledon event with her playful mashup of a painterly floral maxi dress by Ganni and a pair of classic converses to translate an outlandish dressed down look.

Suki Waterhouse

Similarly to Daisy Lowe, Suki Waterhouse also opted for a long length paisley dress teamed up with a silk parka casually hanging off her shoulders. Mixing up girly florals with a pair of ‘rock chic’ sunglasses shows personality, and a little rebellion.

Sophie Turner

Sport a boyfriend shirt, like Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner, with a figure flattering pencil skirt for a fresh take on a mature look. The monochrome style keeps focus on the stunning silhouette, but if you want to add a pop of colour to your look go for a bright pair of shoes or shimmering clutch bag.

Pippa Middleton

 A very different style to her Duchess sister, but just as stunning. For a sixties inspired look, Pippa Middleton, took to the courts in a striking geometric shift dress. Completing the look with a subtle grey clutch and pair of stilettos keeps our eye on the main event.

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