Wimbledon 2013: Dress code dos and don'ts

Roger Federer
Seven-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer has been told he cannot wear his orange-soled trainers again after they were judged to have broken the All England Club's famously strict all-white dress code.
Maria Sharapova
Officials told BBC Sport they had spoken to several unnamed players following the opening games about their outfits. Maria Sharapova was one of several players to prominently wear orange clothing, like Federer.
Roger Federer
Federer previously raised eyebrows at Wimbledon in 2009 when he took to wearing a gold embroidered, cream coloured jacket to his matches
Tatiana Golovin
In 2007, France's Tatiana Golovin wore red hotpants under her tennis whites. The teenager argued she had stayed within the guidelines as the hotpants were higher than the hem of her skirt.
Venus Williams
While Wimbledon are notoriously pernickety about clothing, they are much more relaxed about hairstyles. Here is future champion Venus Williams, pictured in 1997, with multi-coloured beads in her hair.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands
Similarly, there is no provision in the rule book against how prominently tattoos are seen. Here, American Bethanie Mattek-Sands shows off her inked arm in this year's event.
Anna Kournikova
Anna Kournikova enjoyed an eventful Wimbledon in 2002, as she was made to take her shorts off because they were black. The Russian continued her session after borrowing a pair of men's white, baggy shorts from her coach although she had to cut off the sponsor's logo first.
Andre Agassi
In the early years of his career, Andre Agassi refused to play at Wimbledon as he would not give up his denim shorts and garishly coloured tops. The American finally decided to conform to the rules in 1991, albeit with an earring and his blonde coloured mullet haircut still in place.
Anne White
Inspired by the fashion of her time, American Anne White took to the court in 1985 wearing an all-in-one skin tight white spandex jumpsuit with coordinating leg-warmers. Unsurprisingly, the outfit fell foul of the All England Club regulators.
John McEnroe
Three-time champion John McEnroe often wore a bright red headband as he tore around the Wimbledon turf.