May 26, 2011

Tennis Fashion Fix: Ana Ivanovic's 2011 French Open Look

I just can't get these posts out fast enough! If you didn't see Ana Ivanovic in this cute dress at the French Open - you won't see her wearing it there at all. Because she's already out of the French Open. Oh well. She's gone but her dress is available at tennis retail outlets everywhere.

Despite its failure to be a lucky dress for Ana, let's take a look at it anyway because it's pretty darn cute. Ana is outfitted by Adidas and this is actually the same dress she wore for the Australian Open but in colors that would show up much better against the red clay of Roland Garros. This version is in a deep pink with orange trim at the shoulders and green graphics at the chest. It also has a half zip up the front, slits on the sides, and a keyhole opening in the back - sexy and cool. You can see Ana in the dress here:




And here's a better view of the dress, the sports bra and the compression shorts:




The best part of this dress is that it actually comes WITH the sports bra and the shorts. Since the whole package is regularly priced at $65, that is a fantastic deal.

While I'm sorry that we won't see Ana wearing this over the next two weeks, I'm happy that Adidas has put something out that us normal tennis players might actually buy.


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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cute dress. She will wear it again at Eastbourne tournament

AnnMarie said...

The dress is cute and the colors are fun for summer. The cut out on the back is great!

Karen said...

WOW that is surprisngly inexpensive - and cute too!

Beth said...

That dress is very cute - although drop waist can be a tough cut to wear!

Holly said...

I love, love this dres