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Why Tenniscore Is the Trend You Don’t Want to Miss This Spring and Summer

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Tenniscore is the sportiest style trend for 2024. Though pickleball was the most popular last summer, tennis core will be dominating in 2024. The social media craze surrounding Zendaya’s and Law Roach’s looks at the Challengers Press Tour was not enough to convince me, but the information I got from E! Zanna Roberts-Rassi, a Milk Makeup co-founder and News correspondent, proves the trend of tenniscore is growing.

Roberts Rassi says that “the rise of tennis celebrities such as Coco Gauf, and influencers such as Morgan Riddle, are contributing to the growing popularity of the tennis culture. We see tennis skirts and polos moving from the court to the street.” Apples Never Fall, Break Point and other popular TV shows have also contributed.

According to Afterpay, the buy-now, pay-later service that fits your budget, athleticwear sales have increased in every category. Tennis skirts, workout clothes, athletic sunglasses, and tennis sneakers are just a few examples. The popularity of off-court styles such as quarter-zip sweatshirts and preppy tennis sweaters is increasing, thanks to the perfect storm of popular culture moments.

Roberts Rassi states that the preppy tennis attire you will see in the spring and summer of 2024 “fuses athleticwear with classic styles and draws inspiration from the old money aesthetic which captures both style-conscious consumers as well as sports enthusiasts.” You don’t have to be a tennis player to participate in this trend. These key tenniscore fashion pieces are practical and stylish, thanks to their performance fabrics and functional details.

You can wear a tennis skirt anywhere. These cute mini skirts with pleats are great for walking your dog, running errands, or playing tennis.

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Do you want to buy some white sneakers before summer? Retro tennis sneakers such as the Adidas Stan Smith or Nike Killshot are a great alternative to basketball shoes like the New Balance 550 and soccer sneakers like Adidas Sambas. They were designed decades ago for tennis courts and bring back a vintage feel while still keeping you comfortable.

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The wraparound sunglasses of last year have been replaced by something more sporty for spring. According to Afterpay’s data, athletic sunglasses sales are up 193% year-over-year, making them the fastest growing accessory trend of the season. These styles will not only add a stylish touch to your tennis outfits but are also practical for outdoor workouts and runs.

Knitwear is a great way to show off your tennis whites, preppy stripes, and luxury fabrics. Look for classic pullovers or oversized cardigans that have a striped trim to give a subtle tennis feel. Pair them with leggings, wide-leg pants, or a maxi skirt like Zendaya.

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Like tennis skirts they have a more vintage aesthetic. According to Afterpay, sales of tennis dresses and workout dresses have increased 114% year-over-year. Look for preppy details such as pleated skirts with zip fronts and polo necks in classic colors before summer 2024. These will make it easier to dress them up or down. Loewe tennis balls are not necessary.

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Accessorise your look with court-ready accessories such as visors and workout headbands. White crew socks will also work. A cute tennis ball coin pouch or a large hair bow, like the one Zendaya used during the Challengers film press tour is also a great option.

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Tennis whites are not required on your local court, but they are encouraged. The crisp white color elevates your casual workout style and takes it to the country club. Wear white head-to-toe to give you a Just Left Wimbledon appearance.

Polo shirts have evolved from pickleball and old-money trends of last summer. Choose vintage-inspired cables knits, cropped polos that are on trend, or oversized fittings that look like they were stolen from your tennis-playing boyfriend. Although trendy pastel pinks are appealing, classic tennis colors like white and blue will always be a good choice.

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Tennis ball green can be a great way to channel the tenniscore trend in your evening looks. It’s a perfect shade of light green for statement pieces, handbags and dresses.

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What tennis outfit is complete without a tennis necklace or bracelet to finish it off? These sparkly jewelry pieces are versatile enough to be worn alone or layered with charms and chains. They will give you a country club member vibe.

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