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The ‘tennis core’ trend has us serving up looks straight out of centre court

As much as we love watching tennis, there is a reason other than athleticism that has us glued to the Australian Open. ‘Tennis core’. It would seem that the players’ sporty match-day styles have inspired more than a few designers recently, who seem to have taken their cues straight from Centre Court.

From pleated mini skirts to tennis whites to chunky trainers and even a few designer racquets, ‘tennis core’ is the trend encouraging us to give the wardrobe a Wimbledon-worthy reimagining.

Centre Court

Tennis Rracket cover and balls from Louis Vuitton, Tennis socks from Balenciaga, V-neck T-shirt from Adidas x Gucci.

Centre Court
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Mini Tennis Racket Bag from Chanel, The Garment Verbier vest from Workshop, Pleated Re-Nylon miniskirt from Prada.

Centre Court
Piaget Possession watch, rings and bracelet from Partridge Jewellers.

Rolex Lady-Datejust Oyster 28 mm from Partridge Jewellers, Tennis 1977 sneaker from Gucci, Technical Gabardine Tennis skirt from Louis Vuitton.

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