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Wozniacki to wear pleated tennis dress for US Open
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Aug '11
The world number one Caroline Wozniacki is all set to compete and unveil her new pleated tennis dress for this year's US Open in Flushing Meadows, New York. Classic in design, this white chalk coloured dress is scuba inspired, showing strength and fluidity with every movement Caroline makes on the court.

As the Tennis collection ensures high performance combined with sophisticated design details, expect Caroline's tennis performance dress to be shaped with elegant cuts, tight-fitted with a fashionable functionality through CLIMALITE materials which keeps the body dry by drawing sweat away from the skin.

The Barricade VI tennis shoe accompanies the dress adding superior stability and protection to Caroline's game. Coming onto the court, Caroline will carry her grey adidas by Stella McCartney tennis bag that conveniently holds everything she needs. Other items in the collection include the tennis hoodie, the performance hot pant and bra top plus accessories such as the tennis visor and wrist band. For the Doubles competition, Caroline will sport a grey tennis lycra tank top matched with a pleated yellow skirt. The outfit continues to follow the range inspirations and does not compromise performance and style.

The top ranked Dane has been a perfect ambassabor for the brand starting 2009 and is known as the exclusive face of the adidas by Stella McCartney collection not only on but also off the court. Caroline can also be seen wearing from the Running and Studio Collection of adidas by Stella McCartney. The overall adidas by Stella McCartney FW11 collection was created to give off a strong air of confidence resulting from a unique detailing.

Inspired by silhouettes from the world renowned designer's fashion offering, adidas by Stella McCartney continues to pioneer a fusion of style and cutting edgeperformance to make women feel stylish while exercising and be able to allow them to own what they wear.The adidas by Stella McCartney fall/winter 2011collection hits retail in 671 stores from July 2011.

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