Our 2019 February fashion favorites are dominated by players who have signed new clothing deals this year.
Let’s see which WTA stars are currently making the biggest style statements, as Marija Zivlak of Women’s Tennis Blog walks us through the best looks of the month.
Eighteen-year-old Dayana Yastremska of Ukraine clinched her second singles title at the inaugural Toyota Thailand Open presented by E@ and rose to a career-high ranking of No.34, all the while looking sophisticated in the Yonex Melbourne Tank and Skirt.
Yastremska is a new representative of Yonex, having switched from Nike earlier this year.
At closer inspection, the tank’s light purple panel reveals elegant engineered mesh and the skirt’s bottom section features the same texture. The outfit boasts moisture-wicking, odor control and antistatic technologies.
After ending her contract with adidas at the start of this season, Estonian world No.21 Anett Kontaveit teamed up with Lacoste.
She's been rocking the Lacoste Spring Tennis Dress, a classic blue design crafted in breathable technical jersey with striped mesh insets. The blue shade is officially called neottia, while the light pink tone of stripes is called bagatelle.
Perfect details are a rubber Croc at left chest and neat “Lacoste” wording at racerback.
Kiki Bertens replaced Mizuno with Fila in 2019, the third player in our February fashion favorites who has changed the logo on her clothes this season.
En route to her eighth WTA title at the St. Petersburg Ladies Trophy, the Dutch wore a soft, sporty ensemble from Fila’s Ruffles & Stripes collection.
The light pink Fila Spring Stripe Trim Tank is a classic racerback design with thick, supportive straps and performance features such as ventilating mesh on the back and UPF 50+ sun protection. The Fila Spring Stripe Skirt, coordinated with the tank’s striped trim, captivates with its simplicity and cute side slits that ensure a free range of motion.
Petra Kvitova’s zipper tank paired with a denim wash skirt brings a retro feel to the courts and who doesn’t love it.
The white version of the Nike Spring Power Slam Sleeveless Tank stands out with its bold colorblocking and half-length zipper that allows adjustable coverage. A generous vertical mesh panel on the back is, alongside Dri-FIT technology, in charge of heat management. The body-hugging design can be worn both tucked in and out.
The all-over black denim print of the Nike Spring Slam Skirt takes us to the ‘90s. Elastic waistband, lightweight taffeta fabric with spandex and an A-line silhouette make this street style a comfortable on-court fashion statement.
Which brand is winning the WTA fashion game this February -- Yonex, Lacoste, Fila, or Nike?
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