It's time to ditch the antiquated all-white tennis dress code—Serena Williams certainly has. Today, serving in style has been made easy thanks to sport-forward designer duds and a long list of activewear collabs. But you don't have to hit the court to sport the looks. From classically preppy collegiate-style sweaters to Royal Tenenbaum-esque accessories, these separates, paired together, are a match made in heaven.
Give your biker shorts a day off in favor of a comfy, flattering tennis skirt. Choose from pleats, ruffles, or a structured A-line silhouette.
Preppy stripes, cable knits, and sweater vests don't have to read stuffy. Go for a grand slam embroidery design a la Gucci or an extra roomy cardigan fit.
The modern day tennis shoe marries fashion and function effortlessly. Up your game with a fresh pair.
Diamonds on the court? You betcha. Retired tennis star Chris Evert catapulted the "tennis bracelet" to fame when a diamond-clad bracelet fell off of her wrist during a heated 1987 match.
Put a spin on traditional accessories with designer logo'd sweat bands, tennis balls, belt bags, and socks.