With Wimbledon on the way, you might be in the mood for some stylish sportswear! If you’re looking for Wimbledon inspired fashion, the Courtside Casual patterns offer that crisp, clean look associated with the event.
These Wimbledon inspired fashion looks will make you want to hit the tennis courts! The sporty designs are perfect for various activities and so comfortable to wear. Choose from classy button-fronted shorts, a statement boxy jacket or a structured dress – all in clean and bright white!
For a truly classic Wimbledon inspired fashion look, we love these Button Front Shorts teamed with a simple and clean Single Button Top. This cool crossover top has a neat front closure and a loose-fitting silhouette, which is perfect for being active in the summer. The cute little shorts also have a great centre-front detail with a crossover flap that is fastened down with a button.
If you’re a beginner, a super-simple dress is the way to go! This V-Neck Tunic has slouchy drop shoulders and zippered pockets in the side seams. The loose fit means that it’s easy to sew, and it could be worn as a long shirt or short dress.
Whatever your style, this elegant yet sporty collection offers an array of patterns that will meet your needs on or off the court.
This Boxy Jacket is both chic and practical with its silhouette and clean styling. It has a snap front closure with a single button at the top and also features a neat collar with notch. This transitional jacket is the perfect addition to any spring/summer wardrobe, and would make a great rain jacket!
This stylish Wraparound Skirt will flatter your figure as it wraps around the body. It sits at the natural waist and has waist darts and a side seam zipper. This versatile skirt can easily be worn in the day with a cute pair of flats, or dressed up for a night out!
If you love Wimbledon inspired fashion, take a look at the other patterns in the Courtside Casual Collection!
Will you try any of these Wimbledon inspired fashions? All of the patterns in the Courtside Casual Collection are from the May 2012 issue of the Burda Style magazine, and are available from BurdaStyleUK. If you make any of these garments, don’t forget to share your creations with us on Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest!