Shiny, iridescent clothes and colorblocked designs define the latest EleVen by Venus Williams Psychedelic tennis apparel. This collection is intended for fearless women, giving the heritage of the ’70s a new life.
American WTA legend Venus Williams first presented the collection by showing the EleVen Psychedelic Uneven Swirl Sparkle Dress, a square-neck tennis design in iridescent liquid lilac color. The dress features a four-way stretch, moisture-wicking properties, and a built-in shelf bra.
Another sparkly item in the collection is the EleVen Psychedelic Foiled Race Day Tank, a racerback design made from an iridescent foil jersey fabric. This same tank, which Venus claims is her absolute favorite for everyday practice in the Florida heat, is also available with vertical color blocking stripe detail – the EleVen Psychedelic Race Day Tank.
The model above paired the loose-fitting tank with the EleVen Psychedelic All That Flutters Skirt, featuring ribbed patterned pleats on the bottom and integrated shortie with ball pockets.
The EleVen Psychedelic Dear My Truest Love Top is a fitted tee made with sustainable fabrics. It exists in liquid lilac and in disco pink. The design features a contrast trim at neckline and armholes and colorblocked detail at front.
For colder weather, the collection offers the asymmetrically-colored EleVen Psychedelic Sun Bliss Top, made from fully sustainable Repreve™ fabrics.
Shop the EleVen Psychedelic collection at Tennis Warehouse USA.
I really think Venus should stop playing on the tour already, she is not the champion anymore, Im sure her company has enough money to sponsor 2-3 rising WTA players to wear her clothing.
Ric, Venus has managed to position her brand right next to major tennis apparel companies, even without sponsoring athletes. However, I would like to see her clothes on other players, I don’t know why she shies away from that type of deals.
Agree wholeheartedly with Ric and Marija!😁
If I’m not mistaken she will give cloths to players who ask but that’s all she does. No sponsorship money.
Dee, yes, I think she mentioned that a long time ago. Nadia Petrova and Jarmila Groth were wearing her clothes in the early days of the brand. However, Venus could establish a more serious promotion strategy by hiring a couple of players to promote her apparel.