How to Get Our Favorite Celeb Looks from Wimbledon

Every July, without fail, we’re reminded of one thing: We. Love. Wimbledon. England’s Grand Slam tournament is a delight each year thanks to the luscious grass, plenty of celeb and royal sightings, and, of course, the great fashion. Even though the matches wrapped up last Sunday, we’re still drooling over star spectators’ looks and dreaming about how to replicate them ourselves. Here are six of the absolute best celebrity looks from Wimbledon, as well as links to purchase these summery outfits — or similar ones — for yourself.

Ellie Goulding

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Pop star Goulding’s floral Erdem midi dress for the very first day of Wimbledon was breezy and fun enough for the courts, but inky and sophisticated enough for evening cocktails.

For equally adaptable alternatives, check out this super-affordable, high-cinched look and this Parker NY silk dress, which both match Dormer’s summer-outing vibe perfectly.

Natalie Dormer

Natalie Dormer at Wimbledon
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Forget Kerber and Djokovic — vertical stripes, especially subtle pinstripes, were the objective winners of this year’s Wimbledon. Game of Thrones actor Dormer rocked day two of the tournament in a stylish ba&sh jacket and pants combo with a scarlet tank underneath.

If you adore her business-chic outfit as much as we do, we’ve got you covered with a sky-blue Boohoo suit or a short, white ASOS two-piece. For a lower-stakes look, check out these high-waisted H&M trousers and this gray Splendid pair that hits mid-shin.

A glimpse of Dormer’s strappy, brown leather shoes also has our style senses tingling: For a similar style this summer, try these Jimmy Choos or these Michael Kors platform sandals.

Alexa Chung

Alexa Chung
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For the round of 16, the model-turned-designer sat courtside in a gauzy white Ralph Lauren gown, a lavender cardigan, and teeny-tiny sunglasses. (In our opinion, absolutely nothing could be more Summer 2018.)

This Ralph Lauren cotton dress has a similar feel, as do these floaty white frocks from Rag & Bone, Isabel Marant, and Rachel Zoe. There are also dozens of buttoned lilac sweaters on sale this season from brands like Marc Jacobs, ASOS, and Express, and they all pair beautifully with a plain white dress.

We’re also swooning over the quirky safety-pin choker Chung is sporting, which is actually from her own brand!

Emma Watson

Emma Watson at Wimbledon
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Watson made a statement at the men’s singles finals with a vintage, taupe Ralph Lauren shirtdress. This beige Tyler Boe gown has a comparable look, while a soft Banana Republic midi dress and a shorter Urban Outfitters dress have a similar feel.

We love Watson’s choices of chunky accessories: she completed her vintage outfit with a straw hat, like these ones from Eugenia Kim and J. Crew, as well as a thick belt, similar to this belt from Frame or this one from Boohoo.

Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle at Wimbledon
INSTAGRAM / @MEGHAN_MARKLE

The Duchess of Sussex also sported vertical stripes on her tennis outing with sister-in-law Kate. Britain’s newest royal watched the men’s finals in a seasonally appropriate Ralph Lauren ensemble complete with wide-legged pants…and her Maison Michel straw hat was just the cherry on top.

Blue-and-white striped shirts from Nili Lotan and Theory have a similar vibe, as do flared white pants by J Brand and Frame.

Kate Middleton

Kate Middleton at Wimbledon
INSTAGRAM / @ENEWS

The Duchess of Cambridge’s gorgeous Dolce & Gabbana yellow frock for the women’s finals is sunshine in fashion form! We love the summery color and the block of white at the hem.

Replicate her style with a fitted Issey Miyake dress, or match the bright shade with something a bit more lacy from Diane von Furstenberg. You might just look royally amazing!

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