US Open Fashion Hits – Part 2

US Open fashion hits featuring Maria Sharapova

Now that we’ve looked at the men pulling off some great outfits in US Open Fashion Hits – Part 1, let us take a trip down the memory lane and look at some of the most fashionable outfits from the women’s side who have remained under the spotlight.

Maria Kirilenko, 2013

If someone can pull off an entirely neon orange outfit, that’s Maria Kirilenko as proved by her in this Stella McCartney dress which consisted of a beige top with ultra bright orange skirt and matching shoes.

Maria Kirilenko

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Caroline Wozniacki, 2010

Being an exclusive face of the Adidas collection by Stella McCartney (since US Open 2009), the Danish not only reached the US Open 2010 finals but looked superb doing it in a dress that was undoubtedly one of the shortest outfits in tennis history.

When asked about her dress, which barely covered her legs, Wozniacki said “I think it’s nice” and added that she will “get a lot of male fans now”, courtesy her super revealing dress.

Caroline Wozniacki

Eugenie Bouchard, 2013

This Nike Women’s dress had Maria Sharapova behind its design who would have been the main representative of this dress in 2013. But Bouchard rocked this dress pretty well in “Sugarpova”s absence who had to withdraw from the tournament.

Eugenie Bouchard

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Angelique Kerber, 2016

The triangular print inspired by the Big Apple’s skyscrapers very aptly suited Kerber’s skirt as it formed a great combo together with the contrast racerback and edgy keyholes at the back. The outfit displayed the perfect ratio of prints and solids with lively colors, which were not loud but made for an interesting design in the end.

Angelique Kerber

Agnieszka Radwanska, 2014

Radwanska sported one of the most fantastic on-court fashions ever back in 2014. Her classy polka-dotted dress by Lotto with a yellow-accenting visor and flouncy skirt displayed the perfect balance between flirty and sporty.

Agnieszka Radwanska

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Venus Williams, 2012

The elder of the Williams sisters went one step ahead and outdid herself by designing her own outfits under her label “Eleven”. From the black-toned straps to the posy print details and red shorts, everything matched an understated elegance on her tall frame.

Venus Williams

Maria Sharapova, 2006

The Russian has always been a trendsetter on and off the tennis courts, sporting beautiful outfits that not only compliments her stature but also reflects her beauty. One of the her most magnificent outfits was the “Little Black Dress” (designed by Nike) that became an instant hit among her fans.

Maria Sharapova

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Maria Sharapova, 2007

Diamond sure is a girl’s best friend and who better to sport a crystallized dress than the “Style Queen” Masha herself. According to her, “When you look good, you feel good” and she sure did pay a great deal of attention to her attire when she made an impression with her red dress studded with Swarovski crystals around the neckline.

Maria Sharapova

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