What To Wear To Wimbledon | Shoetique Footwear Tips

The fashion event of the summer is just around the corner and with A-list celebrities and royals in attendance, you will really have to up your fashion game. Yes, that’s right, it’s the Wimbledon final. Something your probably not used to dressing for is the heat and this year may just be one of the warmest finals on record. Is it possible to pull off a sophisticated and smart look without melting?


Wear White 

White will be your best friend this summer, it’s not only a sleek and stylish choice, it is also guaranteed to keep you cool throughout the day. A white linen midi dress paired with a pair of Gabor Ruffle Flat Pumps Shoes will be a classically elegant look. Wearing closed toe shoes can look more sophisticated while the cutout detailing found on the Gabor Ruffle ensure feet are kept cool.  White is also incredibly easy to accessorise with any colour looking amazing paired with it.

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Comfort is Key

Unless you have celebrity access, attending Wimbledon can mean a lot of standing around, therefore ensuring your footwear is comfortable is really important. Comfort should never mean compromising on style. Finding brands that are renowned for their comfort is a good place to start.  A floral summer dress would look stunning paired with the FitFlop Cova closed toe sandals. You will be thankful at the end of the day when your feet still feel amazing.

FitFlop Cova






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Add Some Height With Wedges

If you feel more confident in heels then a pair of summery wedges are the perfect compromise -a good pair of wedges can easily be worn all day without causing any discomfort. A huge trend for this season is culottes, these 3/4 length trousers are perfect for keeping covered without overheating. Step it up even more by styling your wedges with a culotte jumpsuit. Fly London are famous for their wedge sandals, something like the Yote Sandals would be perfect.

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Whatever you decide to wear, you are guaranteed a day of strawberries and prosecco in the sunshine, what more could you want?


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