Serving looks: Best Wimbledon celebrity style moments till date

Courtside fashion proves classics will never go out of style.

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Wimbledon is about tennis. Wimbledon is also about fashion. While we enjoy watching the game, we always have our eyes peeled for celebrity fashion on display in full swing in the famed Centre Court. Every year, the Wimbledon Final is attended by leading personalities and this year was no different. From members of the royal family to artists such as Ariana Grande, Daniel Craig, Brad Pitt, Jessica Alba, and Emma Watson, to name a few, were in attendance, and may we add, one dressed impeccably better than the other. 

Here we highlight some of our favourite and the most iconic fashion moments in Wimbledon history.

The Princess of Wales and Princess Charlotte

The Princess of Wales wore an emerald green Roland Mouret dress to the Men's Final. Her daughter, Princess Charlotte wore a blue floral, summer dress and accessorised it with sunglasses and white flats.

Prince George and Prince William

The duo wore navy and grey suits.

Roger Federer and David Beckham

All eyes were on this duo. They opted for classic colours with the tennis ace opting for a crisp white suit with a classic white shirt and a tweed tie, while the former England footballer donned a Ralph Lauren suit in a camel shade and paired it with a statement-printed brown tie.

Brad Pitt

The actor donned a knitted blue polo shirt.

Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas

Priyanka Chopra Jonas wore a Victoria Beckham dress and husband Nick Jonas, wore a tan chequered suit and tie. 

Sonam Kapoor

Sonam’s outfit was curated by her sister Rhea Kapoor. She wore a green-toned checked print trench coat by Burberry, which she paired with matching tights and black high heels.


Shakira was spotted in the stands wearing a denim co-ord set with statement sunglasses.

Pierre Gasly and Charles Leclerc

The final also witnessed Formula One drivers Pierre Gasly and Charles Leclerc in attendance. Gasly donned navy blue double-breasted jacket embellished with gold accents while Leclerc wore a pinstriped blazer and white shirt.

Emma Corrin

The Crown actor in her new bleach-blonde buzzcut, made heads turn at Wimbledon with her beige Ralph Lauren suit. She accessorised it with a Miu Miu top handle bag and tan leather brogues. 

Phoebe Dynevor

The Bridgerton actor aced the summer look in a blue and white chevron co-ord set from Ralph Lauren. She paired with a cream clutch and gold stilettos.

Orlando Bloom

Bloom showed everyone how it's done as he effortlessly wore a striped shirt with a chequered blazer. The perfect play of textures, we think.

Ariana Grande

The singing sensation was spotted in the stands wearing a grey knitted Ralph Lauren top and skirt with round-frame sunglasses and a Wimbledon baseball cap.

Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig

The two took their seats in the royal box wearing complementing Brunello Cucinelli suits.

Emma Watson

Emma Watson wore an Oscar de la Renta mini dress—a dress she originally wore during the Beauty and the Beast press tour back in 2017.

Lily James

Lily James paired her striped Polo Ralph Lauren set with a navy blazer and an Aspinal of London bag.

Tom Hiddleston and Zawe Ashton

Tom Hiddleston wore a blue linen suit, while Zawe Ashton co-ordinated in a navy floral Ralph Lauren dress.

Charithra Chandran


Charithra Chandran chose a stylish striped jumpsuit by Polo Ralph Lauren.

Date with history

We go down memory lane to relive some of the most-iconic looks from Centre Court over the years. 

Queen Mary at Wimbledon in 1933

Queen Mary paired fur with her sunglasses. Here she is with the Princess Ingrid of Sweden 

Queen Elizabeth II at Wimbledon in 1957

Queen Elizabeth wore a floral midi dress.

Princess Margaret at Wimbledon in 1965

Princess Margaret wore a neckerchief to Wimbledon.

Princess Margaret at Wimbledon in 1970

Princess Margaret paired her red coat with a green sun hat.

Prince Albert of Monaco and Lady Diana Spencer at Wimbledon in 1981

Lady Diana Spencer wore a floral two-piece over a ruffled blouse.

Lady Diana Spencer at Wimbledon in 1995

Princess Diana wore a custard-yellow skirt suit with a string of pearls.