Dubai was exceptionally successful tournament for Women's Tennis Blog, because we managed to receive the pass for our photographer Jimmie48 and only the most professional media and big organizations such as Associated Press, Reuters and Getty Images were reporting from the spot. Therefore, I'd like to use his lively pictures once more and make a tennis fashion collage of the tournament, something Women's Tennis Blog is famous for (remember our Grand Slam fashion overviews and yearly retrospections).
Let's start with triumphant Venus Williams. The American tennis player and fashion designer was working a unique EleVen piece with scoop neck and floral print, officially called EleVen Fiore Mixed Doubles Dress. Her opponent in the final, Alize Cornet, the representative of Lacoste, wore a classic navy dress with white lines and the signature Croc applique as details. So many Lacoste dresses look similar to this one, as you can see at the Lacoste retail page at Tennis Warehouse.
My fashion favorites are spring designs of Stella McCartney for Adidas. Caroline Wozniacki, taking my top spot, wore a lovely light green combo – a tank with mesh on upper chest and back and dual back construction with standard and racerback, paired with fluffy, pleated skort.
Flavia Pennetta was similarly styled, just in yellow.
Ana Ivanovic was in her now-already-well-known blue and orange Adidas dress, while her best friend and fellow representative of Adidas Adizero Sorana Cirstea was in beautiful separates, a superb tank with rhombus design on back and a contrasting skort.
Jelena Jankovic was also in her outfit from the Australian Open, the color-block Fila Center Court Dress, only that in Dubai she also showcased the matching Center Court Jacket. The entire collection found inspiration in the brand's clothes from the 80s.
Just as Lacoste, Lotto is toned down and Agnieszka Radwanska's white Spring Shela Dress is a perfect example of the company's love of sporty, simple and modest.
Was Wozniacki also your favorite look? Or maybe you like Venus' prints? Or the simplicity of Lacoste and Lotto?