A closer look at Roland Garros Lacoste tennis dress, t-shirt and skirt


Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova converted five out of six break points she earned in Sunday’s French Open encounter with Christina McHale and progressed into the second round with a 6-4 6-0 victory. It was an all-Lacoste match, as both players debuted the white and yellow apparel with recognizable crocodile and Roland Garros logos.

The world No.32 Pavlyuchenkova debuted the Lacoste Spring RG Dress characteristic for its striped V-neck, pleats on one side of the skirt, and back straps that form the letter V. Jacquard mesh is featured in the design to provide maximum ventilation. Yellow Lacoste RG Visor completed the Russian’s look.

The 95th-ranked McHale chose separates: the Lacoste Spring RG Tank and Lacoste Spring RG Skirt. Just like the dress, the tank features striped stretchy V-neck. Instead of straps, the upper back has a sheer mesh panel. The skirt is a timeless pleated design with a single yellow stripe at the hem and neat Roland Garros and Croc logos at the waistband.

Lacoste’s top representative is Anett Kontaveit. The world No.31 is yet to kick off her Roland Garros campaign with a first-round match against Viktorija Golubic. Photographer Jimmie48 spotted her practicing in Paris a couple of times.

The Estonian rocked casual crop tops from the Spring collection, in both yellow and white.

Shop the Lacoste x Roland Garros collection at Tennis Warehouse Europe.


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