Is World No.1 Garbiñe Muguruza's simple style your favorite, or will Aleksandra Krunic's bold colors take the cake? Vote now for your favorite WTA sartorial styling of September!
Marija Zivlak
October 3, 2017

After you picked your fashion favorites at the 2017 US Open, the year's final Grand Slam tournament that highlighted the month of September, Marija Zivlak of Women’s Tennis Blog returns to take a look at the sartorial designs that stood out in the remainder of the month.

Aleksandra Krunic sported a vibrant Mizuno dress on her way to the Guangzhou Open final. The Mizuno heritage graphic in tile blue is enhanced by safety yellow accents that give this outfit a youthful and energetic twist, ideally reflecting the Serb’s personality. 

The matching headband, wristbands, and Wave Exceed Tour 2 shoes perfectly complete the look.

The dress’ lightweight stretchable performance material provides comfort, while the footwear keeps Krunic's ankles locked in and supports explosive acceleration.

We’ll be seeing more and more of Mizuno on the tennis courts, as many other players are also sporting the gear, including 30th-ranked Kiki Bertens and world No.48 Yulia Putintseva.

Sorana Cirstea consistently impresses with her New Balance style and after the US Open the Romanian looked lovely in sporty separates consisting of a simple white high-neck tank with strategically placed knit mesh panels and the blue Casino Skort unique for its pindot mesh on back pleats.

Giving a special touch to the simple ensemble are the orange bra that peeks through the top and the updated 1296v2 shoe model whose S-Curve technology offers advanced lateral support to aggressive movers.

Garbiñe Muguruza has been enjoying her World No.1 status gained this month in the legend blue adidas Stella McCartney New York Dress, whose core red version debuted by Caroline Wozniacki made our US Open fashion favorites.

The item accentuates curves with its second skin fit and feel, as well as with an intelligent placement of two-color fabric on front and back, a combination of interlock spacer and stretchy seamless material.

Class and tradition always meet in Lacoste’s designs and that’s again the case with Alizé Cornet’s ocean Fall Polo Dress, featuring collar with iconic contrast tipping that matches the zipper.

The 100% polyester has moisture-wicking properties, while mesh upper back provides targeted breathability.

Caroline Garcia launched Nike’s winter collection at the Dongfeng Motor Wuhan Open, in particular the hydrogen blue Premier Slam Tank, highlighted by exaggerated armholes and rounded side slits, and the thunder blue Power Spin Skirt, engineered with stretch and support sections in carefully thought-out places.

The Frenchwoman’s successful run in China was made additionally comfortable by the skirt’s elastic waistband and built-in shorts that include easy-access ball storage.

What are your favorite women's tennis outfits this fall? Tell us in the poll below!

All photos courtesy of Getty Images.