Marija Zivlak of Women's Tennis Blog gives us an overview of the best tennis apparel that graced July’s WTA scene following Wimbledon - vote for your favorite outfits below!
Marija Zivlak
July 31, 2017

After two weeks of pure white clothes at Wimbledon, we are getting back to colorful dresses and despite a plethora of product launches at the grass-court Grand Slam, the WTA courts have been freshened up with new designs after the busy fortnight as well. Marija Zivlak of Women's Tennis Blog will give us an overview of the best tennis apparel that graced July’s WTA scene following Wimbledon.

Click the links to shop each look on Tennis Warehouse and vote for your favorite below!

Venus Williams - Eleven by Venus Williams

Just days after playing her ninth Wimbledon final, Venus Williams got back to her fashion designer career, launching a new EleVen collection inspired by floral embroidery done on canvas. The American gave a modern twist to the traditional technique by combining the needlepoint print with azure background and contemporary cuts.

We could see the EleVen Needlepoint Dulcet Dress in action in an exhibition match against Eugenie Bouchard at the BB&T Atlanta Open.

Maria Sharapova - Nike (Jimme48 Photography)

Despite skipping Wimbledon, Maria Sharapova had an opportunity to showcase her Nike Fall Maria Lawn Power Dress, playing World Team Tennis as part of the Orange County Breakers team in Newport Beach.

Caroline Wozniacki (Ericsson Open)

Caroline Wozniacki made her way to the Ericsson Open final, looking stylish in the sleek adidas Fall Stella McCartney Tank, featuring plenty of different textures that give depth to the plain white design, and the legend blue adidas Fall Stella McCartney Skirt, which stands up to the heat thanks to its quick-drying fabric and breathable engineered details throughout.

The Dane spotlessly rounded out the outfit with the adidas Stella Barricade BOOST 2017 shoes, whose red laces gave a nice pop of color, especially on the clay of the Bastad tournament.

Elise Mertens (Ericsson Open)

During her run to the Ericsson Open semifinals, Elise Mertens sported Fila’s Heritage II collection which nicely merges contemporary aesthetics and retro flair. The Fila Spring Heritage II Strappy Tank comes in three color combinations and the Belgian opted for the most traditional red, navy and white one, pairing it with the Pleated Skirt, featuring red contrast insets and navy trim at the back hem.

Peng Shuai (Jiangxi Open)

En route to her second WTA title on home soil, at the Jiangxi Open, Peng Shuai showcased adidas' new clothes, the dark side of the brand’s bold “Evil Twin” series. The Chinese wore the US Series Tank, featuring a contrast integrated bra stylishly exposed due to a relaxed-fit mesh racerback, and the matching US Series Skirt.

Now it’s time for you to tell us your fashion favorites in the poll below!