Wimbledon can be relied upon as a showcase of the best of British summer weather. And that means being prepared for sunshine, wind and rain. When the sun dips below the horizon and the temperature drops, the Pablo Breton raglan sweatshirt is the perfect companion for long, cool evenings. Knitted, cut and sewn in the UK from extra-long staple Supima cotton, the Pablo ensures warmth and style, whatever the conditions.
Our transport for Wimbledon should reflect our nation’s changeable weather too; Britain is home to more convertible cars per-capita than any other country in Europe, and what could be better than arriving at Wimbledon in the sunshine with the roof down? The MGB is the perfect choice here – a plucky little sportscar well-suited to the winding streets of SW19 – channeling the spirit of the British underdog fighting their way onto Centre Court.
But while the Wimbledon crowds love to see an outsider come out on top, they still like to dress like champions. Inspired by classic sports attire, the Comber polo guarantees you’ll look the part around Centre Court. Pair them with the sophisticated Kulbir Gurkha shorts and you’ll look sharp while staying comfortable all day.
The question of what to drink at Wimbledon is a straightforward one, Pimms being a Wimbledon staple. But where? If the sun shines, The Roof Top is the place; overlooking play on the outside courts with a view of the London skyline. And, should the weather turn and we need to head inside, The Courtside Restaurant serves an Albert Roux afternoon tea.
That’s how to win at Wimbledon.