Court Date

Athletic looks on and off the court

For those of us keeping the “athlete” in athleisure, we’ve got the goods for you. Here’s a look at what to wear when you’re as serious about your courtside manner as you are about brunch.


The active dress will never go out of bounds. These one-pieces are lightweight so you can effortlessly glide across the court, serving balls and looks. Blue hues are especially popular, from icy to electric to classic navy. Bonus feature: Most athletic dresses have a built-in short so you’ll be covered at all times while showing off your swing.

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 K-Swiss deep V pleated DRESS

Trend Report 2Fila yellow Heritage zip back DRESS

Mixed doubles

Tennis skirts were all the rage last year, and whether you’re on the green or on the scene, the love is still going strong. From preppy to retro, there’s a match made for you. And having two pieces to play with can lead to some fun pairings. If you’re keeping the skirt simple, go for asymmetrical cuts or lively patterns up top like stripes or patchwork.

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Lucky in Love TANK and SKIRT

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Fila Bevans Park crop TANK

Trend Report 5Tail blue pleated SKIRT


No game look is complete without the proper accessories. A visor will keep the good vibes in and the bad rays out. The best ones are made of a wicking material to help keep sweat out of your eyes. As for footwear, a mix of function and fashion is key. Court sports have a lot of side-to-side motion, calling for an outsole with lots of lateral stability. Pro-tip: Choose your kicks by what type of court you’re playing on – hard, clay, or grass.

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Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 4 SNEAKERS in crystal white; available at Tennis with Love 

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Adidas Avacourt SNEAKERS in blue; available at Tennis with Love

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Adidas spring floral print VISOR

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