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Latest Reviews for Women's Tennis Apparel

another great cilmbing top I love this top. Definitely a go-to on climbing trips and in the gym. Very flattering fit and design. I love the fabric and really love the spring colors!

awesome tank The fit on this tank is perfect - snug enough to feel supportive, but not so tight as to be restrictive. I love the double straps in the back. The fabric is super stretchy and breathes really. It also doesn't hold in odor!

great for climbing This is a great top for climbing, both indoors and out. A flattering design that still offers support. Fabric is nice and stretchy and moves with me.

perfect running top! I love the fabric of this tank. It's thin but durable, and very stretchy. Fit is relaxed but not sloppy, making it a great top for running.

Simply The Best This is my first Margarita skirt. I own several of their pants and capris and as always, Margarita does not disappoint. The quality of the fabric and craftsmanship is superb, i.e., nothing will fall apart on you even after many washings. The color-blocking style of this skirt is on trend. I've worn it for ZUMBA and tennis already and works great for both activities. Their sizing generally runs small, but I ordered my normal size (Med) and it fits fine. Love you, Margarita!

castle rock, co

Fun back Cute design in the back, which was the main reason I bought this sports bra. It stood up pretty well for an "Insanity" workout but I would probably recommend this bra more for something lower impact - particularly if you are a B cup or greater. The fabric is a bit lighter/thinner than some of the popular/commercial brands we see so much of today - so it could be considered a little less modest if it were chilly out! Overall, I'm not dissatisfied (only worn it once so far), but I would probably choose a heavier duty style in the future.

fitness instructor millis, ma

WOW! Such a sexy tank love the colr - bought radiant yellow to match a pair of capris from another order. Was concerned it might not look good but the colr is very happy. Frill in back is very sexy & you can adjust with tie in back. Like that! Material is so soft and after reading other reviews decided to get lrg (I'm between 36C-36D) - glad I did. tank runs small a little low cut in front but I will wear sports bra as built in shelf bra won't support me properly. Have many Bluefish tanks & they keep up with many washes. Very pleased!!! TFenn, Toronto, Canada

scarborough, on

Beautiful Color Beautiful color top, but a bit large. Most likely larger than my others due to the fabric. I'm 5'2" and 36D and this was a bit long, plus too large from the upper bust towards underarm area.

prescott, az

Cute skirt/skort- can't wait to finally wear it nice Winter relents Just got this and won't be able to wear it for a while but it fits great. I wear a size 8/10 in bottoms(@5'10") an the size 3 is a perfect fit. Not too short so that I'd be uncomfortable wearing it while working out (though the built in shorts do help) but short enough to feel comfortable and cool in the hopefully warmer Summer month. Like all Margarita clothing the skirt has beautiful embroidery but also a really nice star design. The cut is flattering and the fit is very comfortable.

flemington, nj

Perfect fit! I tried the Dryflex Double Cross Top this spring season. I love this top! It fits like a running schimmel. Soft, and wicking. Perfect for warmish days.

Today's Women's Tennis Apparel

You might not play the French Open, but you can at least look as good and be as comfortable as the tennis players who do get invites to Grand Sam tournaments. Have you ever checked out the women's tennis apparel on the pros? It usually looks fantastic and always features performance fabrics that stretch and support while wicking away moisture and even blocking the sun. It's also figure flattering. It seems that the women's tennis apparel designers are realizing not every woman wants to be in the shortest skirt possible. Today's tennis clothing lines feature style, ease and the ability to go from court to grocery store while retaining the wearer's modesty.

Gratefully, gone are the days of full-length dresses with high collars and voluminous layers. Through the years tennis dresses have evolved, becoming shorter and made of lighter weight material. They're much more user friendly, thanks to athletes turned designers creating their own lines like the Williams sisters designed. The new crop of women's tennis apparel designers recognize the tradition of "tennis whites" but also push forwards, using graphic designs and bold colors. You're also as likely to find scoop necks as you are necklines tricked out in grosgrain ribbon and waistlines defined by seams as well as ruching. Tennis dresses are more fashion forward, but remain country club tennis appropriate. Plus, you'll also notice they are a little more comfortable and roomy. Tennis dresses should support the body, but not cut into the skin. A built-in bra offers support and aesthetics, as it reduces the need for bulky bra straps. Add a sweet pleated hem and you have an all age appropriate, modern dress with a full range of motion.

Those of you who like to mix and match will favor a shirt and separate skirt arrangement. Shirts generally come in polo-style or a tank top style with a myriad of options as to color and fabric. The Alo Activewear Tennis Polo Tank combines the two with a stylish polo tank made flirty with a yolk mesh for sass and ventilation. Like dresses, you might look for a shirt with a built-in bra. You can match your skirt exactly or coordinate it with the shirt by color or style. This can get tricky, especially if your skirt doesn't come with shorties. You'll then need to mix and match the top, skirt and shorts that are worn underneath the skirt. Skirts, sometimes called "skorts", that come with shorties or compression shorts are easy and practical. Women's tennis apparel can be functional, too. Both skorts and the shortues under skirts usually have a pocket option for balls. Today is all about form, function and fashion!

To pleat or not to pleat? That really is an excellent question. A neat, A-line skirt with contrasting trims and color blocks can be slimming and stylish. But that kick pleat does allow for full leg range of motion and lends a sporty feel to your skirt. Pleats and half-pleats let the wearer move gracefully. Just be certain your pleats are more sporty than they are school-girl uniform. Length can help, too. A safe skirt length is about 13 1/2 inches long - short enough to move in and long enough to go to lunch in after your match.

The final element to consider when choosing women's tennis apparel is the fabric. Hot tennis courts and sweaty matches require moisture wicking fabrics that reduce bacteria and odors. Most likely such material will be lightweight and durable, offering long-lasting ventilation. Today's fabrics also can come with UV protection. Protection from the sun? Quick drying material? To us, this equals longer playing time on the courts!