History was made at Wimbledon last weekend when German tennis star Angelique Kerber beat Serena Williams in the women’s singles finals match. The next day, the world watched Serbia’s Novak Djokovic beat South Africa’s Kevin Anderson in a three-set match.

And, while the world’s eyes may have been following the movement of tennis balls and racquets, our eyes were fixated on the always stunning Emma Watson.

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Even though the actress only attended two days of the tournament, both of her outfits were sophisticatedly ravishing. On both days, Watson wore white straw fedora hats to block the sun. While the hats were very similar, the outfits that she paired them with were strikingly different.

Women’s Finals

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When she first arrived at the All England Club for the women’s finals, she wore a three-piece suit by Ralph Lauren. The white ensemble was definitely a fashion risk, but, of course, Watson executed it perfectly. Her flat-top Maison Michel fedora brought the entire outfit together. Its matching white color and straw material took Watson’s look from business chic to Wimbledon ready.

Men’s Finals

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The following day, Watson went with a vintage-inspired look. Opting for another lovely design by Ralph Lauren, she wore a tan shirt dress. Complete with a brown belt knotted at the waist and a different straw fedora, this outfit was much more relaxed than the outfit from the day before. And, although a casual choice, Watson looked effortlessly fashionable.

Fedoras are a common sight at a tennis match but by wearing this hat style with two very different outfits Emma Watson proved the versatility of this trend. Like the matches on the court, Watson’s Wimbledon looks were an ace.

About the Author

Maggie Kreienberg - HATalk Blogger

Maggie Kreienberg is a contributing editor at BRIDES Magazine and is currently based in New York City. She graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a degree in public relations in 2019.

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HATalk Issue 140 (November 2017). Cover hat by Veronica Marucci.