Thursday, September 27, 2012

Five Fashion Flops of the 2012 U.S. Open

While there are many tennis traditionalists who hold firm that fashion “has not a thing to do with tennis” (or any other sport for that matter), we espouse that - in fact - it does! Why? Simply put:

1. People generally are more confident when they look and feel attractive.
2. Confidence = better performance in sports.

That said, not everyone has good taste, and that’s where we come in. We keep hoping that certain individuals will take note (and some of them have), but alas…others continually find themselves on our worst-dressed list. Without further ado, here are our Five Fashion Flops of the 2012 U. S. Open:

These “tops” (below) are cute, but as dresses they are not. We dub this choice…DUELING DIAPERS!
Varvara Lepchenko, U.S. Open 2012

Pauine Parmentier, U.S. Open 2012

Head-to-toe FIASCO…it’s not just the blue braid – this shade can be pretty in a short, sleek bob. It’s the whole enchilada…hair, knee socks, ill-fitting tank, high-top shoes. Continual note to Bethanie: You are a grown woman, not a teenaged boy!
Bethanie Mattek-Sands, U.S. Open 2012

Bethanie Mattek-Sands, U.S. Open 2012

Radek Stepanek, U.S. Open 2012

It’s one thing to give a nod to the USA, but this is going just a tad overboard! Just wondering Radek, do you have Roger Federer’s phone number?

Santiago Giraldo, U.S. Open 2012

Here we have a whole lotta nothin’ going on! Recommendations: 1. Smaller sponsor logos. 2. Plain, white hat. 3. Shorter underwear or longer, all-black shorts. That’s it.

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