As our readers Yellybean and Stiven suggested, we are doing a review of non-Stella McCartney Adidas by presenting Adidas’ two lines – Adilibria and Barricade – and what better than on the examples of Ana Ivanovic and ex-Stella McCartney face Maria Kirilenko.
Along with Serena Williams’ Nike designs, Ana Ivanovic had the most beautiful outfits in 2010. As always with Adidas, it was the mixture of high-quality, simplicity, innovativeness, classic look and sporty look.
I absolutely love how Ana Ivanovic and Adidas Adilibria match, but I have to say that the line looked perfect on Flavia Pennetta and Sorana Cirstea as well.
My favorite is the yellow dress Ivanovic wore in the beginning of the season, but its red version is nothing less flattering, as well as the white and pink dresses Ivanovic wore in the second half of the season.
Here you can see new Adidas designs for the 2011 season.
We will review the simpler Adidas Barricade line on the example of Maria Kirilenko, who makes all clothes look amazing.
Just like Adilibria, Barricade didn’t have plenty of different pieces.
As you can see there was some white, some pink, a little bit of black, and some nice purple in the end, and that’s it.
Only that Kirilenko made it slightly more versatile by combining different tops and bottoms.
I absolutely loved how Kirilenko wore Adidas by Stella McCartney, but the Barricade line is making her look beautiful in a different way, only that I have to say she was much more unique in Stella.
My favorite from Adidas Barricade 2010 has to be the US Open purple outfit, and my second favorite would be the white Wimbledon outfit. What do you say?
What do you think of Adidas Barricade 2010?
Would you prefer to see Kirilenko back with Stella McCartney or you like her in the simpler Adidas?
And last but not least, don’t forget to check out our list of other yearly outfits, including a lot of players and numerous brands, dating back to three years ago.
(photos: twenty90seven, Tidalist, draganfoto, sr_cranks, © Neal Trousdale, ©middlegrey, 6Cab, Arno Barcelona, Ralf Reinecke, Richard van Ioon, Peter Tsang Chung, Trooper 2288, Brian da C.T., Maria Kirilenko’s website, John Bolan, Richard Janda)