The 2013 was the season of color-blocks in Caroline Wozniacki‘s fashion, the most memorable, although not the prettiest piece being her US Open dress, and the Dane’s designer Stella McCartney seems to be bringing back the contrasts of color-blocks for the boldest tennis fashion stage. Let me stay reserved on this one, as I have no official confirmation that this will actually be Caro’s US Open outfit, but when I look at the newly-released Adidas Fall Stella McCartney 2015 Collection, I’m pretty sure that this dress will be Caro’s clothing item of choice.
This time the range of colors is neutral, within the earth palette. The colors are officially called urban sky, white vapor and light pink. Similar to tanks from the Wimbledon collection, there is a zipper, just that here the zipper is in the back. As always, the dress comes with matching compression short. The dress is already available at retail in US Tennis Warehouse, as well as European Tennis Warehouse.
The reason I am staying reserved on whether this actually is Caro’s New York dress is because Adidas Women tweeted this photo two day ago, saying:
JUST IN: The @adidas by @StellaMcCartney US Open Series pieces as worn by @CaroWozniacki . #aSMC #barricade
So, according to Adidas, Caro will actually wear separates during the US Open Series: the yellow Adidas Fall Stella McCartney Tank with textured zones at straps, chest and tummy, and the ice grey Adidas Fall Stella McCartney Skirt characterized by laser cut open mesh.
The Adidas Stella Barricade 2015 shoes combine ice grey, navy, amber yellow and white. The full mesh knit provides breathability, while the outsole comes with a six-month guarantee.
I’m quite perplexed since Caro has never worn separates at Grand Slams and if she won’t be the one wearing the dress, then who will. The separates are super cute, but I’d love her to stick to tradition and wear a dress. The new shoes are a nice match with the dress as well. What do you think?
UPDATE: Now it’s been confirmed that Caro will wear the dress at the US Open.