The all-white dress code at Wimbledon might be just as famous as the players that take to the historic grass courts. Everything from the shade of white (pure white only, no cream or off-white allowed!) to the amount of color allowed on the trim (a one centimeter strip and nothing more!) is carefully outlined in the Wimbledon rules. Lucky for us, the all-white outfits over the years have been anything but boring. Here are some of our favorite looks and a few Wimbledon-ready styles from our latest collection.

1949: Gussie (Gertrude) Moran

Gussie Moran’s lace trimmed shorts made just as many headlines as she did when she flashed them at the 1949 tournament. The look also resulted in designer Ted Tinling being banned from Wimbledon.

Get the Look: Our Racer Shorts are the perfect layer for under your tennis skirts and dresses. 

1985: Anne White

"I had no idea it would be so controversial,” Anne White said of her lycra bodysuit at Wimbledon in 1985. She was asked to wear something more “appropriate” for the next day of play.

Get the Look: Bend the rules with our Zip Front Tank and Retro Lace Skort that feature pops of navy and orange.

2008: Maria Sharapova

Maria Sharapova looked chic on the court in 2008 with a tuxedo inspired tank, jacket and tailored white shorts.

Get the Look: Our Team Skort and Pointelle Trim Tank are a chic combination both on and off the court.

2010: Venus Williams

Who doesn’t love some fringe? Here’s Venus Williams in 2010 wearing a funky skirt.

Get the Look: Our Diamond Pointelle Dress combines ladylike Brazilian lace with a sporty front zip.

2013: Serena Williams

At the 2013 tournament, Serena Williams warmed up on the court in a sporty meets chic white blazer.

Get the Look: Warm up in style with our Fleecey Pullover featuring reflective trim and a shoulder zip.