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by Sarah Finnan
12th May 2024

Tenniscore; the sporty aesthetic to help you serve both on and off the court. 

 

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Some iteration of this trend appears every year. Last year, it was thanks to shows like Prime Video’s Fifteen Love. This year, we’re crediting Zendaya and Law Roach with the rise of tenniscore – those custom Loewe heels… need I say more?

Sport has been influencing our sartorial choices (and vice versa) for years now; in the past few months we’ve seen golf wear, rugby shirts and now the tennis aesthetic all surge in popularity. Gorpcore – a trend in which outdoor wear has bled into streetwear – has also dominated since last year, proving that fashion is becoming more and more multi-functional. 

Designer brands are also getting in on the action with the likes of Miu Miu, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Celine all coming out with their own dreamy campaigns. Simultaneously sporty and preppy, garments like A-line dresses, pleated skirts and polo shirts will help you get in on this trend too. 

Shop our tenniscore edit below. 

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