Adidas puts grass green on red clay for Wozniacki’s and Kirilenko’s French Open outfits

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You know I loved the Adidas by Stella McCartney spring collection the moment I saw it, back in February! Now that the brand is repromoting it ahead of the 2014 French Open and I am reminded once again how much I like the idea of grass green on red clay. In my opinion, Stella created the best clothes for the upcoming Grand Slam! Don’t you agree?

Caroline Wozniacki in apparel for French Open 2014

Adidas describes the collection as:

Collegiate-inspired separates and dresses based on an invigorating palette of signal green, white and aqua accentuated by retro stripes and hems in yellow and tangerine. The range showcases an inviting array of open and closed structures; Airtex mesh paneling evokes an old-school appeal, while the swinging plissé skirts add a striking modern and playful look.

Adidas by Stella McCartney for French Open 2014

Still not mentioning the shocking end of engagement to Rory McIlroy, Caroline Wozniacki‘s latest tweet includes the promotional photo of her Roland Garros outfit – the Adidas Women’s Stella McCartney Spring Seamless Tank and Adidas Women’s Stella McCartney Spring Skort.

Maria Kirilenko in Adidas by Stella McCartney for French Open 2014

Maria Kirilenko will wear the Adidas Women’s Stella McCartney Spring Tank and also the Adidas Women’s Stella McCartney Spring Skort.

The matching shoes are Adidas Stella Barricade 8 White/Orange.

All the items are available at, Tennis Warehouse and European branch of Tennis Warehouse.

What have the big brands prepared for other top WTA names?



  1. The question I got will this ladies survive the few round at Roland Garros. Wozniacki and Kirilinkos haven’t played well in weeks.

  2. I think Stella McCartney works far too hard at creating ‘new designs’! Too busy, too complicated, too many colors. Caroline wore a “little black dress” in Miami, looked fantastic! Form follows function, simple is best! I’d love to see Caroline go with a traditional tennis clothing line, and get back to basics.

  3. Mike Mihm, Stella used to try too hard, as you said, but I don’t think that this collection falls into that category. I think that here everything’s blended well and looks gorgeous for this time of year, or actually any other. Her too busy and too complicated fashion miss was definitely Caro’s color-block dress from the end of 2013, you can see it here (scroll down to the end):

    Plus, Caro has never been the best match for Stella’s designs, for some reason. I agree that more classic designs look better on her, but Stella is amazing on Kirilenko.


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