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THE AMAZING STYLE OF WIMBLEDON 2018

The world’s most watched Tennis Tournament is also one of the best dressed sporting event in the world. These are the men who won when it came to style off the court. 

Wimbledon’s all-white dress code might be enforced on the court, but when it comes to the style off the grass, it’s a style free-for-all—and one that always delivers. The celebrities know how to honor the traditions and keeps on wearing a suit and tie despite of the summer heat that England has been hit by. So yes, Kerber and Djokovic won on the court, but we took the time to see who won the game off the court. So here you have it – the most stylish men of Wimbledon 2018. An event that proofs that, YES you can wear a tie during summer. More on this topic in our next post here on ‘The Ivy Post’.

James Middleton

The English business man likes a great blazer. Here appropriately paired with white jeans and suede loafers. Well played, Mr. Middleton.

Will Poulter

A clean choice by the actor. Great knit tie and Black Oxfords.

David Grievson

The solid navy knit tie. Perfect for casual days in the office. Perfect for Wimbledon.

Henrik Lundquist

Light grey and light blue has been a great color combination forever. Proved once again by the Ice Hockey player from Sweden.

Chris Robshaw

Yes, the white suit can be pretty cool. But only during summer.

Adam Peaty

Proved again.

Christian Cooke

Without a tie, but cool with suede loafers, a double breasted blazer and a fluffy pocket square.

Isaac Carew

Plain and simple done well. The Common Projects Sneakers are spot on.

Erik Underwood

Navy blue is cool, but what about this bold blue suit? We love it!

The designer and husband to Stella McCartney in less roomy suit, but cut in perfection.

Perfection. The blue shirt paired with the cream-white blazer is just amazing.

Sir Richard Branson

The crazy entrepreneur in a spotless outfit.

The white blazer wins once again.