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It's that time of week again- when we dive into the perpetual clothing mass that is and come out looking all dapper and suave with a new outfit of the week! For this weeks look, we've taken some heavy inspiration from the antics that are currently going on at SW19; but instead of doing the usual drab activity of showing you what you can do with a Fred Perry polo (let's face it, not a great deal), we've opted to show you what we'd be wearing court side if we were lucky enough to be sitting in the Wimbledon crowd: outfit of the week at We've chucked some strong colours into this look. After all, who wants to be lost in a crowd, right?

Farah Sterling Rust Blazer

Starting the look off as we mean to go on, the block colour of this Farah blazer is an instant draw. An unstructured fit gives this blazer the perfect relaxed feel for Summer, whilst the canvassy finish makes sure that you won't look too formal. No one wants to wear a blazer that looks like it's one half of some poor blokes suit. Finished with a Farah lapel badge, the button down front pockets are perfect for keeping a camera handy. Chuck it on when the sun goes behind the clouds, or roll the sleeves past your wrists if you catch yourself under a few rays.

Gant Long Island Poplin Stripe Shirt

At the end of the day, Wimbledon is basically a celebration of British pomp, with a bit of Tennis thrown in. With this in mind, we've gone for a quintessential British Gentleman style shirt. The stripe on this shirt by Gant gives a traditionally classic yet stylish twist to the look, whilst the poplin material gives a touch of contrast to the canvas blazer. This shirt gives a hint of class to the look, and lives up to the demands of SW19.

Edwin ED-80 Jeans

The easiest way to give denim a smart/casual appeal is to wear it in indigo. We've opted for this pair of Edwin ED-80's to sit along side the Farah blazer and Gant Shirt. The slim tapered fit (that isn't a skinny), makes it perfect for wearing with some well selected footwear, whilst the coarse raw denim gives a great contrast to the shirt, and a perfect blend for the blazer. We love these jeans- they wear incredibly well, have a great fit on the leg, and carry a brilliant denim story behind them. Did you know Edwin were the first brand to make jeans in Japan? No? do now.

Fred Perry Jacobs Suede Shoes

That Farah blazer looked a bit out there until this point didn't it... Thank god for Fred Perry and these amazing suede shoe/trainer hybrids. A slim profile gives a great shape on the foot that is perfect for wearing with the slimmer fitting Edwin jeans, whilst the brogue detail stays subtle and true to tradition. We love the colour of these kicks- they're bright and beautiful, and tie this whole outfit together: Game, set and match!

Don't forget to accessorise

Don't leave the house looking like you've ran out of time to get dressed. It's not a good look. Think of the little things, and make sure that you finish your outfit with style and substance. You'll be sitting a lot at Wimbledon, and after a while, holding your hand up to block the sun's rays gets pretty annoying for all the people who think you're waving to them. Avoid any tennis crowd faux pas and take a pair of trusty sunglasses. We recommend a pair of Ray Ban Club Masters. You'll look like a young Pancho Gonzales, rocking some serious 1950's style- but hey, that's a damn good thing. Finally, keep your eye on the time- you don't want to miss the next match. Take a white Lacoste LaBor watch with you, and keep time more reguarly than Andy Murray fist pumps.

Ryan J Gray


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