New Fall/Winter 2017 Tennis Apparel: Following Fashion Week Trends

New Fall/Winter 2017 Tennis Apparel: Following Fashion Week Trends


As the world turns, the Asian leg of the of the men’s and women’s tennis tour just wrapped up and this week Fashion Week made its stop in Seoul for spring/summer launches. There street style will be at the forefront . Just in time, Tennis Express has new apparel that you can take to court this fall/winter and that have plenty of sports fashion so you can start you own look book. See what court apparel would make the runway or the street snaps of big fashion bloggers. 


Red, printed red, and plaid

This year, via Vogue’s “Best Street Fall Style” slideshow, we know to expect much red in the upcoming seasons. As if red isn’t bold enough on its own, we saw a lot of red prints and plaid!  For regular tennis folk that’s great for your school colors and tennis teams, even if you’re just supporting from the stands! If you like all eyes on you then Tail Tennis Women’s Red Hot collection has a NEW Pristine Long Sleeve Top in Boa and Black (left)! The hot pink/red is extremely attractive to the eyes! 

Another eye-catching red top that you can wear anywhere is the NEW Tennis Hoodie in Red (right) by Bluefish Sport. From the Soho Collection, this tunic comes just in time for your winter layering! You can throw it over a bralette and Bluefish’s Wide Band Fit Capri’s for some training or yoga, wear over any tank, or layer it over a long sleeve for your warm-ups and a pop of color. The possibilities are endless with this sleeveless pullover!


Oversized sweatshirts

Wearing oversized sports jackets or a vintage sweatshirt combines youth and modesty. Fred Perry‘s latest fall tennis tees and Taped Track Dress are the poster child for cool and retro clothes. Their conservative stand-up collars and the classic crewneck tees are great for tennis fans wanting a throwback look. They make everyone look like the team’s star player! 


Track pant 

Men and women alike, notably at Seoul Fashion Week, covered up in the b-boys favorite pant – the track pant! adidas culture stayed strong since the ’80s and now this gym pant is a layering basic for street fashion lovers. Most folks on court will match it with the coordinating jacket (in the color Night Cargo.) For off court take a shot at international inspo try it with a polo or trench coat on top. The NEW, tri stripe Sport ID Track pant has ankle zips so you can flare them out and show off your rocking sneaker style! 


Ruffle blouses and skorts

Chic street fashion is all about taking the clean classics and making them ready to wear. Networkers in the streets of Seoul Fashion Week mastered the Ruffled Poet’s Blouse! I instantly thought back to the puffy shirts my mother made me attend church in in the 90s – and that amazing Seinfeld episode! Well, because of the heartwarming spot in our heart for the fancy top, we give you the NEW Sofibella and Solfire f/w releases for their added ruffles in their skorts (above)! This works perfectly because ruffles and puffy sleeves on top are a little extreme for whites, even at Wimbledon! 


Clothing with words



Oversized logos used to be in but now they are OUT! Currently, the hottest branding styles come on apparel with repetitive print on the binding and taping. See above how athletic compression fabric is ideal ad space. Nike Court, Under Armour, and adidas, of course your biggest brands, are lined with logos across the chest, on the sleeve, and at the waistband.  

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