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Tennis fashion: Denise Cronwall photoshoot fun

Those of you who follow Women's Tennis Blog on Twitter and Facebook and members of our Women's Tennis Fans group must have seen my tennis clothing update courtesy of Denise Cronwall, Miami-based designer recognizable for her romantic sports apparel with feminine lace and floral prints. Today I was having fun with photographer Marija Veljkovic, preparing material for reviews of the numerous items that Denise so generously sent me. Modeling is fun, especially when the photographer is your long-time friend.

This is just a sneak peek! ;) In the coming weeks you will see my articles about the Denise Cronwall collections, including the yet-to-be-released 2013 one, so stay tuned. In the meantime, feel free to like Denise Cronwall Activewear on Facebook.

If you're wondering which WTA player is wearing Denise Cronwall, it's Mona Barthel, who is currently enjoying a career-high ranking of No.28, having won her first Premier-level title in Paris over the weekend. To honor her, Denise named the dress Mona wore in the final "Mona in Paris". Nice!

Additional note: The necklace and the beautiful fuchsia tennis ball pendant shown in the first pic are courtesy of Emily Austin.

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9 thoughts on “Tennis fashion: Denise Cronwall photoshoot fun

  1. Marija Post author

    Marine, we were lucky that we calculated my size well and all the clothes turned out to fit me perfectly. Definitely, blogging is amazing and it can bring you things that would have been outside your reach. Now I'm sure I'm the only one in Serbia having Denise Cronwall clothes :)

    Maria, thank you! :)

  2. Bróna

    The clothes look lovely! It must have been so much fun to take the photos! You look lovely too of course Marija :)

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