Here’s what the biggest stars in tennis will wear at the 2017 US Open

New York City is undeniably one of the top fashion capitals of the world. So it only makes sense that fashion designers really step their game up when the US Open comes to the Big Apple. Designers like Stella McCartney, music producer Pharrell Williams and even Venus Williams herself have been scrambling to unveil their collections for the athletes in time for the 2017 US Open, which officially begins on August 28th. This year, tennis’ best will sport outfits that scream individuality and fashion-forward concepts. Some looks have been inspired by 70s-era color blocked tennis style, and others from the New York City orange sunset that will spill over the Flushing Meadows park. Get ready to see both retro and futuristic looks, geometric prints and patterns, bold colors and even pastels too.

And if the pros are wearing it, you know you can trust it too. Check out the 2017 US Open Collection for all your favorite players’ soon-to-be on-court looks and how you can wear them too.

View the entire collection here.

1. Angelique Kerber’s Adidas Inline N.Y. Pharrell Williams Color Blocked Dress ($140.00):

In 2016, tennis pro Angelique Kerber walked away with her first US Open title. This year, she’s looking to repeat. This time she’ll also be sporting the Inline New York Color Blocked Dress in chalk white from music producer Pharrell Williams’ new adidas tennis collection. The retro dress mixes iconic 70’s-era style with high performance fabric and features. Made of ventilated climacool material that will keep you cool, this dress also has built in shorts and bra. A v-neckline and color blocked side panels made of knit mesh fabric set apart this bold dress.

“The US Open is such an exciting tournament for me,” Kerber said. “Last year I not only won the tournament for the first time, but also won the WTA World Number 1 ranking – reaching an achievement that I have dreamed of since I started playing tennis. To come back and play in a dress from such an exciting collection and collaboration is really special and I can’t wait to show my love for the city of New York on the court.”

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2. Caroline Wozniacki’s Stella McCartney Barricade NY Dress ($120.00):

Superstar Caroline Wozniacki will sport the adidas Stella McCartney Barricade New York Tennis Dress in core red and shock pink at the 2017 US Open. This extremely flattering two-tone dress features soft pleats at the bottom, a racerback cut, and large underarm openings for full range of motion.

The former World No. 1 tweeted earlier this month: “My outfit for the US Open will be bright, and I love it!”

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3. Karolina Pliskova’s Fila Heritage Racerback Tank ($60.00):

When the current world No 1. WTA player is wearing it, you know it’s top notch. And that’s the case with Karolina Pliskova wearing the Fila Heritage Racerback Tennis Tank at the season’s final Grand Slam. The Czech superstar loves this pastel colored and geometric patterned top that features colorblocking along the neckline and armholes and UPF protection. Add in moisture wicking fabric, four way stretch and a built-in bra, and you have the ultimate tank that leaves the rest in the dust.

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4. Garbiñe Muguruza’s Adizero Ubersonic 3 Pharrell Williams Women’s Shoes ($149.95):

Mix retro style with top performance technology. And while you’re at it, you might as well match with 2017 Wimbeldon champion Garbiñe Muguruza, who will wear the Adizero Ubersonic 3 Pharrell Williams tennis shoes at the 2017 US Open. Music producer Pharrell Williams designed these shoes that feature bold blues, reds, and yellows after being inspired by the iconic 70s-era tennis style. But, the Adizero Ubersonic 3 shoes not only set you apart from the competition stylistically, but also based on performance. One of the best tennis performance shoes on the market, the Ubersonic 3’s improve on its predecessors design with the addition of the adidas Primeknit bootie construction that allows for a perfect fit and undeniable comfort. Designed for speed, the low-to-the-ground shoe design can be used on hard or clay courts and will give you an extra edge against the competition. Game on.

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5. Andrea Petkovic’s Adidas Stella McCartney Barricade N.Y. Tank ($70.00):

Andrea Petkovic will wear the adidas by Stella McCartney Barricade tank and skort at the 2017 US Open. Inspired by the New York sunset skyline, the tank is both stylish and practical. The seamless tank is form-fitting, features both white and a bold orange hue, and breathable fabric. Best paired with the adidas by Stella McCartney Barricade skort that Petkovic will also be wearing.

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6. Venus Williams’ Epiphany Pendulum Dress ($98.00):

Not only is Venus Williams an insanely talented tennis player, she is also a fashion designer and owner of the tennis line EleVen. At the 2017 US Open, we will see both of her talents combine when she wears her own design from her new Epiphany collection. Williams will likely wear the statement Epiphany Pendulum Dress as she competes. The dress features asymmetric neck insets, straps that have power mesh back panels and a shelf bra liner. The entire collection is made of Pro-Dri quick drying breathable fabric and UVA/B protection.

“Epiphany is a moment of sudden and great revelation; an illuminating discovery,” Williams said of her inspiration in a release. “The angles and lines represents all the attributes of an Eleven women. This delivery is a true celebration of each woman’s enlightening moment, and her strong desire to strive to achieve greatness. She is determined, focused and unyielding in her pursuit of improvement – ’10’ is just a number, but Eleven is a lifestyle.”

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View the entire 2017 US Open Collection here.

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