We are enjoying another sleepy period in women’s tennis, and according to our tradition we will use the off-season to review the on-court fashion in the tennis year behind us. This time we will start with Fila and their most successful representative in 2010 – Kim Clijsters.
The world No.3 played 12 tournaments including the Fed Cup, and won five WTA titles during the 2010 season (Brisbane, Miami, Cincinnati, US Open, WTA Championships) – that’s pretty much every other tournament she played.
But let’s get back to her Fila clothes. Fila is probably the least feminine and the most sporty of all the major brands out there, but Clijsters wears it perfectly and I can’t imagine her in anything else.
For people who love classic and sporty look, Fila should definitely be one of the top brands to consider. In my opinion, all their outfits look similar, even though colors apparently differ. The cuts are pretty much the same, the range of colors they use is not wide and there are no innovations on that front. But that’s what Fila is and I appreciate that a lot. I’m glad there are brands that stick to their tradition and recognizable style.
My favorite Clijsters’ 2010 outfit is the one with red shirt that she wore at the Rogers Cup. Which one do you like the most? By the way, I would like to see Clijsters sporting some Fila dresses, there are nice pieces.
What do you think of Fila and their designs for Clijsters in 2010? Would you spice them up with some new and glammy features or are you a fan of Fila’s classic direction?