Agnieszka Radwanska is the most prominent face of Lotto, but since the Pole retired in November 2018, this is unfortunately the last time I’m doing a Lotto Fashion Retrospection with her as the representative. The final year of the 29-year-old’s career saw her play only 14 tournaments and in terms of fashion it was a predominantly calm season.
At the first five tournaments in 2018, including the Australian Open, Radwanska wore the Lotto Spring Nixia Dress in green thai.
The racerback dress with ruffled hem is made of soft jacquard fabric that features a mountain geometrical pattern.
In Indian Wells, Miami and Istanbul, Aga sported the fluo pink version of the Lotto Spring Nixia Dress.
Radwanska didn’t play Roland Garros, but she had a dress ready for the Grand Slam — the Lotto Batik Dress that I presented in more detail here.
This black and white butterfly print Aga wore only at one tournament, during her semifinal run at Eastbourne. It’s from the Twice II collection and it very much resembles the colorful Lotto Spring Twice Dress from 2016.
We got more from the Lotto Nixia Dress at Wimbledon. It’s definitely the company’s most dominant silhouette of 2018 and it looks very similar to Lotto’s basic designs from previous years.
You must have noticed that Lotto oscillates between simple, single-colored feminine looks and bold, shiny, busy, disco-style dresses. One such extravagant dress in 2018 was the Lotto Fall Space Dress that we saw in Cincinnati and New Haven.
The last dress in Agnieszka’s career is the Lotto Barre Dress from the Lotto Barre Flash collection launched at the US Open.
Diagonal stripes are dominated by color called pink neon candy. The skirt boasts elongated back hem with elegant ruffles.
This time I’ll go for the cleanest design, my favorite 2018 Lotto dress is the white Wimbledon one. What are your favorites? Are you maybe more for the disco print? Tell me in the comments.
Never liked the lotto clothes and still don’t. Ungainly shapes, unattractive prints, no distinct style.