Just recently, I gave a sneak peek of the highly anticipated Nike collection set to make waves in Paris this spring. As exciting as that initial glimpse was, the time has come to delve even deeper into the collection, as Tennis Warehouse unveils a wider range of stunning new offerings.
Besides the purple version of the Nike Women’s Paris Slam Dress that we’ve already seen on Madison Keys, we are learning that the lovely design also exists in green. Crafted to withstand the intensity of a match, this dress boasts a double layered mesh skirt, offering optimal breathability and freedom of movement. Mesh paneling strategically placed at the waist, upper chest, and back provides additional ventilation, keeping you cool and comfortable even in the hottest conditions.
The racerback design, featuring four stylish straps with cutouts, ensures unrestricted mobility for every shot. Drawing inspiration from the natural orientation of collagen fibers in the skin, an eye-catching print adorns the dress, captivating attention on and off the court.
WTA stars will also make a stylish statement on the court with the Nike Women’s Paris Slam Tank and Skirt combo.
The Paris Slam Tank features a sleek racerback and racerfront design, offering a contemporary twist to your tennis ensemble. Its form-fitting silhouette not only ensures a flattering fit but also allows for unrestricted movement during every swing.
Paired with the tank, the Paris Slam Skirt takes your outfit to the next level. Boasting a layered pleated design and an asymmetrical hemline, this skirt effortlessly combines elegance with athleticism. The playful pleats add a touch of flair to your on-court appearance while providing a dynamic range of motion.
To match the purple, green and coral outfits, Nike has introduced new colorways of tennis shoe models.
Don’t miss out on your chance to get your hands on your favorite pieces! Shop now at Tennis Warehouse USA and Tennis Warehouse Europe.
PARIS 2023 TENNIS FASHION ROUNDUP:
- Madison Keys presents Nike Paris 2023 Grand Slam collection
- Lacoste x Roland Garros 2023 tennis clothes
- Adidas introduces camouflage patterns inspired by clay courts
- Blue waves on red clay: Presenting Asics Paris apparel
- Fila‘s La Finale collection for Barbora Krejcikova, Karolina Pliskova
- Yonex unveils pink and navy designs with Caroline Garcia and Dayana Yastremska
- Bidi Badu serves delicious macaroon-colored stripes
- Coco Gauff‘s New Balance Twisted Net CG1 tennis shoe
- Wilson x Roland Garros limited-edition racquets
- Official Roland Garros merchandise
The 500 different cut-out straps are ridiculous. It would make sense to have these cut-out straps if there was a built-in bra, that would look cleaner, as an option. The patterns are OK but a nice welcoming change from the boring palettes each season that have been overdone to death.
Penny, I like the layered look and the colors are beautiful, especially the refreshing soft green. Talking about the dress, you’re right, the racerback seems to be a bit thin, but there are suitable sports bras available, ones that will not be visible.
Don’t mind the pattern but it’s a very messy look with all the straps and cut outs. It’s like they aren’t confident that they can design something that looks good without adding all these bells and whistles.
CLT, I don’t think it looks messy, I find it visually interesting. I have a Lucky in Love tank with similar straps, with an ever busier print, and I think it looks great. Also, when I wear a bra underneath, it is not showing.