Golden Jewellery On Court At Wimbledon
Wimbledon is one of the sporting highlights of the year in the UK and often the players’ outfits are put under scrutiny as well as their tennis.
Of course, the All England Lawn Tennis Club is renowned for its strict dress code for players at the Grand Slam, with outfits required to be white, and accessories “almost entirely white”. But that hasn’t stopped some players adding a bit of individuality to their kit.
The Guardian highlighted women’s number seven seed Svetlana Kuznetsova, who sported a couple of pieces of gold jewellery during her quarter final meeting with Garbine Muguruza. Among the accessories were a simple gold chain and an earring shaped like a safety pin.
According to the newspaper, the earring is likely by Ileana Makri and has a price tag of $200 – an expensive but charming addition to the Russian’s ensemble.
If you want to follow Kuznetsova’s style, you may not need to splash out the big bucks on a single earring. Instead, you could send an item you already own to be gold plated. It’s worth noting that she only wore one of the safety pin earrings, so you could revamp an old earring that’s lost its partner and wear it for some asymmetric style.
It isn’t only the female players’ style choices that are picked up on at Wimbledon, with the men being scrutinised too. One player that the Guardian highlighted was Novak Djokovic, who has switched from wearing Uniqlo to Lacoste, with the publication suggesting this could further bolster the trend for athleisure wear in men’s fashion.
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