Many brands found their place in our yearly retrospections of WTA players’ outfits, most of them even a lot of times, but we had never featured K-Swiss. Their representative, Vera Zvonareva, was doing really good this year – the Russian reached her career-high ranking of No.2 and played two Grand Slam finals (US Open and Wimbledon), therefore it’s the perfect time to have a closer look at the sportswear brand of K-Swiss.
As you can see, Zvonareva wore several different outfits during the season, but most of them had a few versions: long sleeves, short sleeves, straps, just a different skirt or a different top, and she constantly diversified in that way.
Other WTA players wearing K-Swiss are Alona Bondarenko, Michaella Krajicek, Liezel Huber and Cara Black.
It was difficult to find photos of Zvonareva from some tournaments where she lost early. For example, the below Eastbourne photo I had to screenshot from a YouTube video, while her Rome outfit I couldn’t even find, so if you have the photo, make sure to share it.
I’m not crazy about K-Swiss clothes that Zvonareva wore, but I would put them all in the “good enough” category.
However, there is one outfit that is one of my favorites, even if we count all the brands, and that is the black and white outfit, especially the version with strap top.
I’m a huge fan of black and white, and this skirt is wonderful! I also love the K-Swiss logo.
What do you think of K-Swiss’ collection for Zvonareva in 2010?
What’s your favorite piece?
Make sure to check out our previous 2010 fashion retrospections:
- Kim Clijsters and Fila
- Caroline Wozniacki and adidas by Stella McCartney
- Elena Dementieva and Yonex
- Serena Williams and Nike
- Aravane Rezai and Scheyda
(photos: Life.com, Fiji Water, Women Who Serve, Pattaya Open)