Aussie Open style: Sloane Stephens turns up the heat in FP Movement dress


Sloane Stephens took a series of selfies to present her new Free People Movement dress that she’ll wear at the 2024 Australian Open.

This all-white feminine masterpiece, which would have been a natural choice for Wimbledon, will also work well in the summery vibes of Melbourne. The Swing of Things Dress, as it is called, boasts a fitted body with a relaxed skirt of shorty-length.

Let’s dive into the details that make this dress a winner. The soft fabrication at the body ensures a luxurious feel, while the durable nylon skirt is made from water-resistant material. The built-in shorts with four-way stretch and side-thigh pockets offer both convenience and performance. The scoop neckline and fixed elastic shoulder straps with a low scoop back bring a hint of femininity, perfectly complementing the two-ply shelf bra for that supportive feel. With a seam at the underbust for shaping and a shaped waistband, the Swing of Things Dress is a masterclass in both form and function.

The American completes her sexy look with white New Balance tennis shoes, the 996v5 model.

In the first round of the Australian Open, Stephens is scheduled to take on home player Olivia Gadecki. The 2017 US Open champion played the semifinals in Melbourne once, in 2013.



  1. Great dress- I do think it would be better suited to Wimbledon, but looks terrific on Sloane nonetheless.
    Just on a different note, Marija- looks like Karolina P has switched to adidas? And Alycia Parks has switched to Wilson…

  2. Karo, you’re right! I’ve just posted about Pliskova’s switch: Fila is yet to send me promo imagery of the new Backspin collection for Melbourne, but their press release doesn’t feature Pliskova, so it’s certain she’s no longer with them. On the other hand, Adidas has still not officially unveiled the new cooperation, but I expect they will do it very soon. I doubt that she’s wearing Adidas just like that, that they have not signed a deal.


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