Wozniacki’s Wimbledon 2015 Adidas dress already available at retail


Caroline Wozniacki - Wimbledon 2015 Stella Adidas dress - frontCaroline Wozniacki - Wimbledon 2015 Stella Adidas dress - back

Roland Garros hadn’t even finished when Caroline Wozniacki‘s dress for Wimbledon 2015 already became available for purchase. Let’s have a close look at it! 😉

At first glance, the Adidas Fall Stella McCartney Dress has something crucial in common with Lotto’s Keylee Line — the laser cut details at the bottom hem. Who would’ve thought that Stella and Lotto would ever have something in common! Other characteristics of this item include faux wrap design on bodice (wraps also seem to have taken off in tennis fashion, e.g. Fila had them in the Goddess collection), scalloped trims and cute V-shaped straps at back. The dress comes with compression shorts that have a yellow accent, the same color as Caro’s French Open dress.

Like it? Let me know!


  1. The dress is ok, but as you said, maybe borrowing a little too much from lotto. 😉

    The tanks and shorts from the collection look really good though, I can’t wait to see those in action! The tanks look like the French open tank from last year, only with a nicer back

  2. I love the Wozniacki dress, but wonder if the trim on the compression shorts will meet Wimbledon’s dress code, which allows “a single trim of color no wider than one centimeter.” The almost-all-white rule now explicitly covers caps, headbands, bandannas, wristbands, shoes and even “any undergarments that either are or can be visible during play (including due to perspiration).”

  3. Ga, I don’t want to think that they stole those design elements from Lotto. I suppose they make designs much more in advance and that sketches of Wozniacki’s dress existed way before the Lotto line was released. I suppose! 🙂

    Claire, I agree, this collection looks much more elegant and feminine.

    Jean Kirshenbaum, you’re right, they have tightened the rules. But she can easily switch to white shorts when needed. Remember when Serena wore plain orange shorts that were constantly showing when she played. It was on the border of acceptable, this trim is nothing. But Wimbledon has become even stricter since 2013. We’ll see.

  4. It could have been a nice dress without the hem! Well, let’s see when Caro wears it. Have you seen Ana’s dress? The one I sent to you via twitter?

  5. Emman Damian, sure! I responded to you on Twitter. I told you it has nice double criss-cross straps at back, but is otherwise quite plain. I still have to see it from more angles.

  6. The skirts look a bit fragile… They resemble the inner shorts of soccer shorts 🙂

    I like the dress, but it’s too bad the laser cuts are already claimed by Lotto, this season….


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