Just like Nike, Adidas, Stella McCartney and EleVen, Fila is ready for Wimbledon, having just revealed their creations for Julia Goerges and Jelena Jankovic.
The world No.35 Julia Goerges will wear the separates with a lot of thin pleats featured in both the tank and the skirt.
World No.16 Jelena Jankovic’s Fila dress has the pleats only in the skirt section, while the top has scoop-shape neckline, narrow straps and a small opening in the back for a nice blend of femininity and athletic style.
All the items are solid white, so the discreet Fila logo makes a nice detail.
The dress looks nice, but what’s up with the tank? I really don’t understand the back…
Seeing Jelena The Body Jankovic in that dress is high up in the list of reasons why life can be good. There’s nothing on this Earth hotter than a woman playing tennis and Jelena is the Maximum Leader and 5 star General is the Army of Tennis Sexy.
You know, years ago, I heard somebody complain that players are obligated to wear dresses and that that should not be an expectation.
In a very real sense, that person was the personification of Satan to me. Women’s tennis is the experience of form and technique and the celebration of the body on Jelena Jankovic is an important activity in the development of enlightened culture in the post modern era. Athleticism as the conceptual definition of the ideal female form. Good for me, good for girls, good for everybody.
Why, I heard God literally took the rest of the day off after Jelena tried on and agreed to wear that new dress.
And about Julia’s dress — the back is not making sense. Not a bit. From a functional standpoint it should be more conformal to contact the skin to wick moisture. Aesthetically, it’s a distraction. For that matter, I’d like to see both of the blouses shortened because they needlessly overlap the skirts creating torsional resistance and more heat, as wel….
What the hell am I talking about?
I SHOULD be concentrating on the bodies in those outfits!
Let me concentrate!
JJ? Go. Go! Go! Go!