The corona virus pandemic has stalled the tennis season, but let’s take a short break Marija Zivlak from Women’s Tennis Blog showed us the new design planned to be launched by the tennis apparel company at BNP Paribas Open and Miami Open.
Fila is known for its classic cuts and dark blue / red / white color palette, but this time they came out of their comfort zone, fully embracing the thrill of spring with berry tones and floral decorations. If we had Sunshine Swing, number four in the world, America Sofia Kenin will wear this adorable Fila 30 Love Tie-Back Tank, display a a contrasting long snap-button placket, and deep red Fila 30 Love Side Tie Skirt, unique because of its toothed layer with pleated detail and the cuffs on the left side.
World number three Karolina Pliskova The Czech Republic is eager to add a new spin to its slender, slim appearance on the field Fila 30 Love Twist-Back Tank and Fila 30 Love Active Skirt that toothed layers evoke flower petals.
Fila-sponsored players should complement their Pastel 30 outfits with the company’s most popular performance tennis shoes, Axilus 2 Energized, this time in the path of a white / cyclamen / deep red color with bold rose prints.
Serena Williams shows the new request Nike flare dress on Instagram. The design looks similar to her Australian Open dress with a two-level skirt and V-neck.
Venus Williams created the EleVen Glam collection for Swing Sunshine. The part that stands out is this orange Glam Alright Dress, featuring a contrasting hem frame and T-back logo elastic trim. The design includes EleVen’s Diamond Fuze technology – nano particles of crushed diamonds are incorporated into the fabric to create a protective barrier against bad odors and sweat, while also helping with temperature regulation and UV protection.
Bethanie Mattek-Sands has two separate collections ready for Indian Wells and Miami. Together with a tennis clothing brand Lucky in love, Americans created the Desert Bloom collection for the BNP Paribas Open, drawing inspiration from Santa Fe, the heart of the desert. As usual, Bethanie’s clothes stand out with bold colors and prints that show their appearance.
The Desert Bloom promo image shows a mango-colored Bethanie Lucky in Love Mesh-Up Tank, looser fitting tops with mesh hems and moisture moisturizing performance features, and Lucky in Love Hi-Cactus Blossom Pleat Skirt which sits slightly higher at the waist and features an asymmetrical peek-a-boo mesh inspired by Southwestern tile printing.
The middle part of the collection is Desert Bloom Jacket, eccentric tennis warm-up items featuring loose hoods, exposed cuffs, and the possibility to roll and button up your sleeves. The colorful patterns are inspired by the classic Santa Fe blanket print.
For the Miami Open, Bethanie re-integrated sport and tennis outfits in its Deco Stride collection, combining funky pop patterns and 1990s surf styles with Miami’s iconic art deco architecture and 1920s colors. Long Bethanie plant MIA Bomber Jacket inspired by the ballrooms and terrazzo floors of Deco-era glam hotels in Miami. This collection offers two skirt styles – Hi-Miami Pop Pleated/Colorblock Hi-Retro Pleated Skirt – both without elastic, which eliminates muffin tops, so Bethanie declared it the most comfortable skirt she had ever worn.
Coco Gauff expected to use the peach and gray version of New balance’ Tank Tournament and Skort, clothing that is similar to what America is wearing at the Australian Open. This tank features a racerback with cutout details and a mesh lining that accentuates the waist. Skorts, made of lightweight stretch fabric, have curved droptail ends and cover all-over mesh holes.
Coco footwear that complements this outfit is very light and durable FuelCell 996v4 model in moon dust and pink ginger, made especially for him.
Do you like the WTA style this spring? Which display is your favorite? Let us know on social media: @WTA.