One of the most iconic looks was a one-shoulder silhouette top and a tutu skirt that felt like a modern take on the classic tennis color palette. Venus Williams, 2017 Elsa/Getty Images Sport/Getty...
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White clothing, which dirties easily, became a symbol of the rich, much like the sport itself. "Tennis whites" gradually became a rule, with Wimbledon mandating all-white uniforms for its players...
A little black dress-inspired tennis dress worn by Maria Sharapova. Love that pop of pink and red that Serena Williams wore to the 2013 US Open. Ana Ivanovic joined Arantxa Rus in wearing neon colors to the court by wearing this trendy hot pink, orange and green dress. An all-white tennis dress with cutouts worn by Caroline Wozniaci.
Ivincia. Ivincia is a London label specializing in limited edition tennis outfits designed to be worn on and off the court. The high stretch fabric of the Amelia Tennis Dress ($244) features an intricate, hand-drawn daffodil pattern that is oh-so-pretty. The top luxury tennis apparel brands right now: Invincia.
Players wore white dress shirts and trousers, not much fun for outdoor summer recreation. That was until French tennis legend and sportswear innovator René Lacoste came along.
When your brand of tennis apparel is created by a French tennis legend, you know you’ve made the right choice. René Lacoste created the Lacoste clothing brand in 1933, trading in the men’s dress shirts and trousers worn at the time for breathable polo shirts and pants. Lacoste has continued to lead the way in tennis clothing, with modern and colourful takes on the classic tennis whites they created.