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Apparel: Fashion Fallout

New tenniswear for fall includes bold and sporty colors in comfortable blends to help players look and play their best.

By Cynthia Sherman

Lucky in Love

luckyinlovekids.com • 305-638-5484

Lucky in Love continues its affair with fun, tiered skirts that accentuate movement. Its “Life in the Fast Lane” line shows off colors of the season in black, denim and raspberry, including the Twist Front Cami (suggested retail $58) with a built-in bra and the Bottom Line Pleated Tier skirt ($72). Fabrication is a poly/lycra blend.

Inphorm

inphormnyc.co • 214-749-0300

Inphorm’s fall tenniswear boasts warm hues and cute cuts. Its best-selling Activewear ruched cami tank ($97.50), featured in berry, features a feather mesh overlay with a side-ruched adjustable drawstring and built-in impact bra. The 13-1/2 inch length flirty flounce Activewear skort ($92.50), featured in black, has an edgy mesh trim. Both pieces are a poly-spandex blend with a polyamide-elastane overlay.

Bolle

bolletenniswear.com • 301-362-0360

Bolle celebrates fall with a sporty double strap tank ($66) with contrast accents at the sides and printed insets, making the perfect accent on the outer strap. The skort ($70) sports a pleated trim. Both pieces are from Bolle’s Seraphina group and feature a comfortable jersey/poly/spandex fabric blend.

Tonic Tennis

tonicactive.com • 604-294-9499

Martina Hingis partnered with Canadian-based Tonic Lifestyle Apparel a few years ago to design its tennis collection. Emphasizing environmentally friendly production, Tonic Tennis’ fluid performance Dual Fit Light fabric is composed of a moisture-wicking poly/nylon combination in UV/UPF 50. The Point Dress ($98) is shown in geranium.

Athletic DNA

athleticdna.com • 470-236-2001

Known for bold colors and durable fabrics, Athletic DNA made a splash in men’s clothing when Lleyton Hewitt was one of the first athletes to wear the line. They’ve since expanded to create a women’s/girls’ line, which includes the Mesh Back Racerback Tank ($42 women/$40 youth) in “sangria spiralgraph” and the Origami skort in dress blue ($50/$42), both comprised of a poly/spandex blend.

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About the Author

Cynthia Sherman is a contributing editor for Tennis Industry magazine.

 

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