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Discussion in 'Trend Spotting' started by PradaP, Jun 10, 2004.
1. Chanel dress and tennis racket
2. Gucci visor
3. Celine sports bag
4. Prada polo shirt
5. D&G sweat band
6. Lacoste poloand shorts
7. Adidas polo and skirt
8. Benetton top and skirt
9. Esprit tennis shoes
10. edc by esprit skirt
Shoes and the skirt in your last post is very pretty. I like it.
I like that pink skirt, too, though I'd love it worlds better if it weren't pink.
I'm not real into the preppy look, so most of this leaves me pretty much cold, but I do adore pleated skirts.
The tennies are great, but everything else... I could take it or leave it.
The sports bag is nice, but everything else...
A bit too preppy for my liking..
I'd wear everything separately.
Now I must admit I've never played tennis in my life, but I guarentee if I had that Chanel tennis racket in my possession I would be playing DAILY.
Seriously though, I'm loving wearing true (and inexpensive) tennis skirts this summer - pair them with vintage tees, snug Lacoste polos, fitted oxfords, you name it.
I the tennis look. As a former Varsity player, the prep look is very me. Oooh wee!
I play tennis on a regular basis... So for me to wear tennis fashion off the court is just too much for me. I try to avoid preppy looks, I'm more of a funky dresser than a classic one.
I would like all those items but at my country club there is a 100% white policy. You have to be completely dressed in white if you want to be/play on the tennis courts.
Although my tennis racquet does not have to be white so I guess I could get the Chanel racquet
that is bizarre. ...if you ask me.
that is bizarre. ...if you ask me. [/b][/quote]
Actually most country clubs have a 100% white or 90% white dress code on their tennis courts.
Stupid rule I suppose but I think they enforce it to keep up with tradition. THe club is one of the oldest clubs in Montreal
That's ridiculous - Grand Slam tournaments don't have dress rules that strict...
The Chanel racket though
My tennis club in Oxford had a 90% white rule, so I didn't think it was that uncommon
Over here Oxford is pretty much synonomous with stuffy/traditional...I nearly wasn't allowed to play croquet at my brother's college because I wasn't in all white. They even take croquet seriously!