Agnieszka Radwanska‘s fashion in recent years has been fluctuating between extremes, being either on the plain side or producing jaw-dropping reactions. In 2016 that spectrum was not as wide as last season, when the Pole’s lace and metallic outfits left us in shock, but Lotto has continued to play with busy prints, whilst maintaining periods of relief with pretty much unnoticeable outfits. Let’s see all the dresses Aga sported in 2016, as part of my annual Fashion Retrospections.
At the start of the season, Radwanska wore the Lotto Spring Nixia Dress, whose number one feature is its bold mesh on the back, while other characteristics include wide neck and drop-waist skirt.
In Indian Wells and Miami, Radwanska sported the Lotto Spring Diamond Dress, featuring metallic-like sheen and tiered ruffles.
At the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix, Aga got back to her January’s pink dress, before going for a busy blue floral print in Madrid, Birmingham and Eastbourne.
The Lotto Spring Twice Dress comes with a separate bra, but the best feature of this item is its reversibility.
If you don’t feel like attracting attention with the colorful pattern, you can switch to the navy side of the dress.
In Montreal, Cincinnati and New Haven, Aga presented the pink fluo version of the space dye print we had seen in Indian Wells and Miami.
The dress with layered ruffles at skirt is called the Lotto Eclipse Dress.
Radwanska’s short appearance at the 2016 Rio Olympics was accompanied by her Wimbledon dress.
The US Open is the best tournament for tennis fashion risks and experiments, so I was disappointed to see the 27-year-old Radwanska in the Lotto Fall Nixia Dress that was practically the same as her Australian Open dress. Even the difference in color is marginal when you look from afar and not to mention that the rose neon color is similar to Aga’s Roland Garros dress.
For her title defense at the WTA Finals in Singapore, Radwanska chose the reversible Lotto Fall Twice Dress, offering a predominantly white and predominantly black option.
I would have preferred had Radwanska worn this printed dress at the US Open, as the item was already available at the time. This type of fashion is perfect for NYC, while the subdued orange design would have worked just fine in Singapore.
What’s your take on Agnieszka Radwanska’s 2016 fashion? Do you prefer her solid dresses or busy prints? Are you a fan of reversible tennis clothing items?
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