Dress To Impress At The Tennis With These Celebrity-Inspired Outfits

Some of our favourite looks for tennis are simple yet effective


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EMMA WATSON

Easy, breezy relaxed tailoring like this ensemble Emma wore to Wimbledon last year, was a lesson in casual elegance. A linen suit is the perfect way to stay cool, calm and collected. Bonus points for a sun smart hat.

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Janessa Leone fedora, $449, from Superette.

EDDIE REDMAYNE

Thanks to the casualisation of dress codes in recent years, it's easier to get away with a pair of smart trainers. Eddie keeps it smart and still casual in a relaxed suit and sneakers.

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Common Projects sneakers, $789, from Workshop.

CAROLINE ISSA

The top fashion editor is a street-style favourite, and this casual and artful outfit is the perfect way to bring personality to a tennis look, especially on a sunny day. Consider a summery print and some beautiful sandals, basket bag and sunglasses and you're good to go.

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Basket, $150, from Everyday Needs.

Rayban sunglasses, $212, from Sunglass Hut.

Brando slides, $50, from Hannahs.

THE DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE

She's recently come into her own as a polished style icon, and last year's summery lemon coloured Dolce & Gabbana dress at Wimbeldon was a standout look. Kate shows that a bright jolt of colour is the perfect way to add some fun to the occasion.

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By Johnny dress, about $260, from The Iconic.

Avril Gau sandals, $490, from Scarpa.

Skagen Ancher watch, $309, from Walker & Hall.


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