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Sustainability at Wimbledon


English weather is unpredictable at the best of times, but with climate change and the increase of torrential rain, outdoor sporting events are being impacted more than ever. Wimbledon has taken several significant steps towards becoming a more sustainable event, aiming to reduce its environmental impact and promote greener practices throughout the club and its event.. They want to increase the climate conversation by being environment positive by 2030 and encourage people to be more climate positive everyday. As a sustainable living platform, this is something incredibly close to our hearts. It’s great to see large-scale events like Wimbledon being proactive in their efforts for the planet! 

Quoted from the official Wimbledon website – Changes to our climate are accelerating and we have a responsibility to play our part, mitigating our own impacts, ensuring we have a climate resilient estate for the future and using our influence to support this important cause.






Their Policy and Focuses


As stated by Wimbledon, they are making efforts now to address the environmental concerns that having large events can cause and how they can offset the carbon footprint in the best ways possible. As their own site says:  ‘To sustain the running of the Club, our year-round operations and The Championships in a way that ensures we work towards our aim to have and advocate for a positive impact on our environment. We will be honest, transparent and act with integrity in what we can and cannot do. We will innovate in ways that respect our traditions and values.’ 


Plastic Reduction 

– Players are given reusable, refillable bottles in a bid to eliminate single use plastic. The refillable culture is further encouraged with refillable water stations around the grounds.

– The tournament has introduced biodegradable and recyclable packaging for food and drinks stations 


Resource Efficiency 

– The grounds are powered by the use of renewable electricity including the use of solar panels and LED lighting has been installed to improve energy efficiency. 

– Wimbledon prioritises local sourcing of food, with low carbon options included at venders. 

– Leftover food is donated to City Harvest, a food redistribution platform who provide food to charities and community organisations. 


Green Transportation 

– The tournament promotes the use of electric vehicles, including electric shuttles for players and staff.

– Wimbledon offers secure bicycle parking facilities, advocating spectators to cycle to the event if they live nearby.

– London also has a comprehensive public transport system, reducing the reliance on personal vehicles. 


Water Conservation, Biodiversity and Green Spaces 

– Wimbledon has systems in place to harvest and recycle rainwater. Some of this is used as part of advanced irrigation systems on the courts to minimise water use while maintaining the high quality of the grass. 

– The grounds are managed to enhance biodiversity, with initiatives to create habitats for local wildlife and planting native species (green roofs and walls have been incorporated into the architecture).





What To Wear To Wimbledon


While there is no official dress code for Wimbledon, spectators are encouraged to dress in smart-casual attire – particularly if you have tickets on centre court or court 1! Those attending typically opt for a sophisticated and elegant look – think polished silhouettes crafted from good quality fabrics and thoughtful accessories that elevate the overall look and add a touch of refinement!


Your Favourite Day Dress 

The perfect dress for Wimbledon strikes a balance between elegance, comfort and practicality. Consider a lightweight, breathable fabric like organic linen or cotton to stay cool in the warmer weather. Even if you’re watching with friends and family, it’s the perfect time to make an occasion out of it and showcase your sustainable summer dress! 

As part of the tournament’s traditions, players at Wimbledon are required to wear white attire. Some spectators opt to align with this tradition of wearing white, adding to the overall aesthetic of the tournament.  

A white day dress can be incredibly versatile and the ultimate elegant piece in your sustainable wardrobe. It’s a colour that never goes out of style, making it a timeless choice for many occasions, including Wimbledon! It can be styled with a tailored jacket and accessorised with some colourful, statement jewelry to bring the look together! Our go to for a sophisticated day dress is French sustainable luxury brand, Olisitic The Label. The Pluma Dress in White embodies minimalist elegance with its pleated skirt, a v-neckline and a rafia belt to flatter the silhouette. It’s made from luxurious organic cotton poplin for greater comfort and lightness.

We also love the Momo Dress from Olistic’s Ikebana collection, a mid length dress made from organic linen. Artist Amélie Lengrand designed this beautiful print, drawing inspiration from the timeless beauty of Ikebana, the traditional Japanese floral art. This is great for those wanting to add a subtle pop of colour, reflecting the vibrant summer season ahead.




Day dresses, Momo Dress, £818

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Day dresses, Pluma Dress White, £1,108

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A Tailored Trouser 

A pair of tailored trousers are a great alternative to a summer dress for slightly colder weather. They offer a sophisticated and polished look while still providing comfort for walking around and exploring the Wimbledon grounds. You could wear them with an organic cotton blouse to create a chic ensemble that balances elegance with practicality. 

One of our latest arrivals is from Dāl The Label who offer a beautiful collection of timeless pieces, featuring striking silhouettes to empower the modern women. All their pieces can be dressed up or down, making them the perfect brand for smart-casual events. Their Linen Wide Leg Pants in Mist are super flattering and made from 100% linen for a lightweight feel. Wimbledon and tennis in general are often associated with green, so we love the idea of incorporating these into your outfit. If you’re looking to make a statement this year while still dressing practically, pair Dāl’s wide leg pants with the matching Signature Linen Double-Breasted Blazer in Mist. It’s tailored to a structured silhouette with notched lapels, made from 100% linen with coconut button closure. They also offer these pieces in Natural, for a slightly more muted tone! 




Blazers & Jackets, Signature Linen Double-Breasted Blazer in Mist, £497

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Bottoms, Linen Wide Leg Pants in Mist, £378

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Paired With An Organic Shirt 

An organic cotton or linen shirt is a staple in our sustainable wardrobe, and works well paired with a pair of tailored trousers or a midi skirt. It’s a versatile and practical choice for Wimbledon, allowing you to stay comfortable while still looking stylish and put together. They’re also great for layering under a tailored jacket, if it’s a slightly chillier day. 

Grammar is our go-to for the perfect white shirt, featuring flattering, timeless silhouettes that can be dressed up or down. These are handmade using 100% GOTS certified organic cotton by a handful of local artisans, craftspeople in New York City. We love the charming detail of the collar on Grammar’s Preposition Organic Cotton Shirt, which extends into ribbons and can be elegantly tied into a bow. The Linen Oversized Shirt from Dāl The Label’s new collection has an oversized silhouette, a pointed collar and dropped shoulders. Both pieces incorporate elements that add a fresh and stylish twist to the classic staple white shirt.




Fashion, Linen Oversized Shirt in White, £179

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Fashion, Preposition Organic Cotton Shirt, £215

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Some Classic Gold Jewelry 

Jewelry is a fantastic final touch to elevate your outfit and give it more of a polished look. If you’re opting for a colourful outfit that doesn’t need any bold accessories, we recommend choosing a simple pair of sophisticated gold hoops. This classic style of earrings effortlessly elevates your look with their understated elegance, allowing your outfit to take centre stage while adding a touch of refined glamour to complete your look.

EVA REMENYI has a beautiful line of ethical jewelry, handmade in a small workshop in Budapest from locally sourced recycled gold and silver. Each of her classic pieces are designed to be worn every day, including subtle chain necklaces, small studs and simple gold bangles. Featured here is the Gold Talisman Fortune Necklace and the Gold Nautilus Earrings, curated to add a touch of refinement to your look. EVA REMENYI mixes a fresh approach with the age-old-jeweler tradition, representing a minimal design both with geometrical shapes and with the use of natural elements. They’re perfect for pairing with other sustainable gold jewelry you might own!




Jewellery, Talisman Fortune Necklace Gold, £100

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Earrings, Nautilus Earrings in Gold, £100

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A Spacious Bag For Your Essentials 

We’d recommend taking a spacious bag to visit the event. You might want to bring essentials such as sunscreen, water, a hat, a camera or even some extra layers. Our go to for this sort of event is an Uri Studio bag. Featured here is the Medium Flora Bag, made from 100% plant fibres such as hemp canvas, vegetable tanned Italian leather and abaca, a natural leaf fibre that comes from a relative of the banana tree, native to the philippines. Dāl The Label’s new Structured Tote Bag in Tan is also a great option for a classic, smart day bag. It’s crafted by women, for women using clean, weighted 100% cotton canvas.




Accessories, Structured Tote Bag in Tan, £180

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Accessories, Medium Flora Bag in Natural, £355

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Skincare Essentials 

It’s always good to have a few skincare staples in your bag, particularly on a hot, sunny day! Going to Wimbledon involves walking around various courts and exploring the grounds, so it’s important to have an SPF with you. Even on cloudy days, UV rays can penetrate through clouds causing skin damage, so a good SPF is essential to protect your skin throughout the day. Dr Joseph’s High Protection Sun Cream SPF30 is a light, fast absorbing sunscreen made with hyaluronic acid and sea buckthorn. It’s packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants which nourish and hydrate the skin for a healthy, radiant complexion. Team Dr. Joseph’s Hyaluronic Blossom Facial Mist is great for when your skin is feeling a little dehydrated throughout the day. This moisturising facial spray with prickly pear, rice extract and aloe vera refreshes, hydrates and gently soothes the skin, even on top of makeup!




Beauty, High Protection Sun Cream SPF30, £43

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Beauty, Hyaluronic Blossom Facial Mist, £35

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Whether you’re attending, or watching at home with friends and family, we hope you enjoy the two weeks of tennis in July!

Wimbledon Sustainable Fashion Picks!

Structured Tote Bag in Cream
Smocked Cupro Midi Dress in Sand
Pippa Small
18kt Gold Theia Diamond & Herkimer Hoops
Pippa Small
22kt Gold Goddess Durga Round Pendant on Cord
Olistic The Label
Kiwa dress
Essential Bodysuit in Ivy Green
Perfect Nomad
Minimal Linen Jumpsuit in White

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