Wimbledon’s strict color rules on player outfits forces our favorite tennis ladies to get creative with their tennis whites. This year, that creativeness comes out in their choices of material. From sheer to mesh to cutouts, the 2015 Wimbledon fashion proves to be far from boring. So, what is the good, the bad, the ugly, and the unlucky?
Sharapova sticks with a simple cut with a little bit of flair due to her choice of a sheer geometric-patterned material. I approve! With everything other part of her game on point, Sharapova’s serve will be her biggest obstacle this year in her pursuit for her 2nd Wimbledon title.
Ivanovic did not get the sheer/mesh memo, but she definitely hits the mark in her choice of dress. She wears a simple but beautiful spaghetti-strapped crossed-back adidas dress. With her forehand on fire, I hope to see Ivanovic make a deep run into Wimbledon!
Wozniacki steps out in another Stella McCartney Adidas original. While I like aspects of it, the cut out, the mesh and the gold trim on the spandex are a little too much to handle all in one dress. While she is moving well, the grass surface does not fit well with Wozniacki’s counter-punching game. I wish her luck!
Serena’s dress is primarily comprised of very see-through white cheetah print that really shows off her white spandex more than anything. Not a good look, Serena. She also can’t seem to shake her trend of slow match starts. This does not bode well on grass for the #1.
Bouchard has not had a good year, and Wimbledon 2015 proves to be just as disappointing. If losing in straight sets in the first round of Wimbledon wasn’t bad enough, Bouchard almost left the court with a dress code violation as well. Who would have thought that little strand of her black bra would cause such a scene? Tough breaks, Bouchard. Better luck next year!