October brings a sense of closure, as the WTA year is winding down, but the weeks leading up to the off-season offered loads of spectacular tennis accompanied by top-notch fashion.
WTA Finals champion Caroline Wozniacki ended her season with prestigious champion’s trophy in Singapore, displaying impressive form and just as impressive adidas by Stella McCartney’s fusion of style and technical performance.
The legend blue adidas Stella McCartney New York Tank boasts beautiful mixed design construction and slim fit, wonderfully coordinated with the pleated adidas Stella McCartney New York Skirt. The perfect silhouette of the two-piece outfit is further enhanced by asymmetrical shock pink accents.
Playing the WTA Finals for the fifth time in her career, Venus Williams finished the year off strong in her EleVen Primitive Dots range unique for its dotted geometric print that revolves around colors haze, peony and cashmere.
The highlight of the collection is the EleVen Primitive Dots Ribbon Dress, but the American promoted separates en route to the runner-up trophy, matching a simple printed skirt with the the Primitive Dots Iso Top or the Primitive Dots Center Stage Cap Sleeve unique for its eye-catching back cutouts and contrast waist panels that provide a figure-slimming effect.
Fila brought classic tennis fashion to new heights with Karolina Pliskova’s Singapore attire, beautifully merging timeless pinstripe pattern and colorblocks with a refreshing palette of heather grey, white, and furo coral.
During the Asian Swing, Maria Sharapova debuted her lightweight chevron-perforated separates that offer stylish ventilation, pairing the dark atomic teal Nike Winter Maria Premier Skirt with the Nike Women's Winter Maria Premier Tank, available in hydrogen blue, barely green and white.
The simple outfit captivates with the level of detail noticed on closer inspection.
The Russian tucked the racerback top in, exposing the elastic waistband of the pleated skirt whose built-in compression shorts bring coverage and support.
At the Tianjin Open, Sharapova won her first WTA title since 2015, exposing the new clothes for the extra cold weather.
The Nike Winter Maria Jacket, whose breathable sleeves match the collection's recognizable chevron pattern, offers four-way stretch that's adapted for use during matches.
The Nike Winter Power Baseline Tights feature stylish vertical mesh insets and convenient disguised ball storage in side pockets.
Also victorious in Nike’s winter 2017 kit was Germany’s Carina Witthoeft, who won her maiden WTA title at the BGL BNP Paribas Luxembourg Open.
There was no shortage of new designs and outstanding outfits on the WTA courts, even with vacation time being just around the corner.
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