More than a month ago I gave you a brief look at Bethanie Mattek-Sands‘ Lucky in Love collections for the Miami Open, Roland Garros and Wimbledon. Now that the “fifth Grand Slam” is about to kick off, the American is officially releasing the new Disco Ace clothes.
We are beyond thrilled to announce the launching of our @matteksands + @shopluckyinlove Disco Ace capsule collection.
This line captures the vibrancy of Miami culture and its Art Deco scene.
Exclusively available at https://t.co/Ral3rfN8WK and @tenniswarehouse #tennis #MiamiOpen pic.twitter.com/VbdkktJWDx
— Lucky In Love (@ShopLuckyInLove) March 18, 2019
In the promo clip, Bethanie is rocking the neon yellow Lucky in Love Disco Ace Bra, which features a mesh overlay on the back.
There are four pleated skirt styles in the new collection, including those with pleated mesh tiers and lightening bolt print. For the launch, Bethanie opted to present the pure black Lucky in Love Disco Ace Matte Hi-Pleat Skirt, pairing it with the metallic Disco Ace Bomber Jacket.
Celebrating the vibrancy of Miami culture and its Art Deco scene, the Disco Ace range plays with neon yellow and lighting storm print, balanced by the classic black and white.
Cropped tops and cutouts at the elbows, as we can see in this white hoodie and long-sleeve top, also have a special place in the BMS + Lucky in Love Miami Open collection.
The line offers several tank top styles, including more neutral ones, but this Lightning Storm Tie Back Tank stands out with its sheer power mesh on the chest and large slits on the back, so that you can tie it up or simply rock the open back.
In a recent chat with Forbes’ Tim Newcomb, Bethanie revealed her WTA fashion mission:
We want to freshen tennis up. I love the sport of tennis, love fashion. I want to make tennis cool again. A lot of people view tennis as preppy and stale and I want to change that image.