The French Open may have wrapped up a few days ago, but it still has us talking! Check out which athletes served up the most talked about looks on the court in our top 5 fashion moments from the French Open 2014.
Venus seldom disappoints us with her range of fashion-forward tennis dresses, and this year she debuted the Aurora dress from her EleVen line. While the ladylike artsy print with piping was a safer approach than say, the vampy corset she sported in the 2010 Open, we’re happy to see her show her elegant side from time to time. Just as long as she shakes things up at the next competition.
This year Sharapova sported the Premier Maria French Dress from Nike. While she wins points for choosing a novel silhouette with the tunic dress top and strappy back, overall, we were not fans of the Pepto-Bismol pink.
Seemingly channeling her former beau, Wozniacki’s outfit was the subject of much speculation at her first game since her break-up with golfer Rory McIlroy. Alas, the jaunty flounce of the Adidas by Stella McCartney tiered skirt wasn’t enough to pull her through to the next round.
Bouchard has had some missteps in finding her style on the court, but she’s getting closer with this Nike dropped-waist loose tank and skirt. The shape rebels slightly from the legion of form-fitting dresses from her competition, and the color is bright and fun. Perfect for a young star on the rise.
We were so excited to see Serena in her much anticipated Serena Novelty Knit Dress from Nike. The dress featured popping chartreuse and silver colorblocking, as well as a handkerchief skirt and body-conscious balletic silhouette. Somehow, it just didn’t work for her–the waist sat too high and the skirt didn’t move along with her as well as it should have.
What were your favorite fashion moments from the French Open?