The best Wimbledon fashion so far and how to get the look

The stars were in fashion action (Picture: Getty)

Wimbledon has started and is not only a sporting highlight, but also a fashion highlight.

The celebrity world is stepping in to show their support for their favorite tennis players – while also showing off their fashion prowess to the masses.

Yesterday was day one and gave us a taste of the coming weeks.

We had all the makings of a classic Wimbledon – with white playing a key role as always.

Amanda Holden chose a white cut out mini dress with perspex heels and a yellow bag.

Meanwhile, Zara Phillips opted for a linen white midi dress paired with black wedge espadrilles.

Rochelle Humes chose an undeniably chic black ensemble and singer Rachel Stevens opted for an oversized blazer and crochet dress for a more casual look.

Midi dresses were also big news with Holly Willoughby sporting a pink and white printed number and Mollie King (who recently announced her pregnancy news) arrived in a peach and cream linen beauty.

Some also took some fashion risks and moved away from the ‘traditional’ Wimbledon look.

Amanda Holden’s daughter Lexi Hughes rocked an effortlessly cool lime green suit that was accessorized with a crop top and orange sunglasses.

And finally, influencer Eleanor Calder showed how to perform logo mania in a Gucci dress, expertly paired with black loafers.

Below is a closer look at some of our favorite looks and must-buy items to create your own Wimbledon-worthy look.

Holly Willoughby

Holly Willougby Day 1 at Wimbledon

Dolly chose pink and white for a day at Wimbledon (Picture: David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images)

Amanda Holden and Lexi Hughes

evian VIP suite at Wimbledon 2022 certified carbon neutral by the Carbon Trust – Day 1

Amanda opted for classic white while Lexi took a chance on lime green (Image: David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images)

molly king

Celebrity Sightings at Wimbledon 2022 - Day 1

Molly looked perfect in her striped number over the summer (Image: Karwai Tang/WireImage)

Mike Tindall and Zara Phillips

Image of Mike Tindall and Zara Phillips at Wimbledon

Zara chose a classic mix of a white dress and wedge espadrilles (Image: Karwai Tang/WireImage)

Rachel Stevens

Celebrity Sightings at Wimbledon 2022 - Day 1

Rachel looked as chic as ever in a beige dress and blazer combo (Image: Karwai Tang/WireImage)

Marvin and Rochelle Humes

Celebrity Sightings at Wimbledon 2022 - Day 1

A very chic pairing (Image: Karwai Tang/WireImage)

Eleanor Calder

Holly Willoughby at Wimbledon Day 1

A preppy look for Eleanor on day two (Image: David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images)

Piece to help you master the ‘Wimbledon’ look:

ASOS Edition broderie anglaise midi shirt dress

ASOS Edition midi shirt dress with broderie anglaise in white

Wimbledon White Perfection (Image: ASOS)

Get it for £140 at Asos.

Checked midi dress from Kitri Mara

Checked midi dress in orange and pink

Wimbledon picnic vibes (Image: Kitri)

Get it from Kitri for £150.

Pumps in nude by Mango

Nude pumps

They go with everything heels (Image: Mango)

Get it for £35.99 at Mango.

Short blazer and shorts from Zara

Green cropped blazer and shorts

Blow them away with a matching set (Image: Zara)

Get the £32.99 jacket and £19.99 shorts at Zara.

Etsy small basket bag

Small basket bag

Add a touch of summer to any outfit (Image: Etsy)

Get it on Etsy for £7.62.

Lyocell mix flounce dress from H&M

Black midi dress

Stay chic in black (Image: H&M)

Available from H&M for €34.99.

Public Desire Rayelle heeled sandals

White strappy sandals

Summer in a shoe (Image: ASOS)

Get it for £24.99 from Asos.

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