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In the heat of summer and the height of outdoor tennis season, there are several new (and sensational) luxury tennis apparel collections dropping. Just when we need it most! Yay! What are the top new luxury tennis apparel brands and collections right now? Our correspondent Julie Chang Murphy has curated a list of our top picks of the best tennis clothing and tennis tote bag brands right now.

The latest luxury tennis apparel collections are here

Tennis fans were delighted to find out earlier this month that the show will go on — at the US Open in late August and at the French Open in September. At least, that’s the plan for now.

Naomi Osaka at the 2020 Australian Open. Photo Credit: WTA.

It has been inspiring us to get our game on, too. And luckily, the sport is naturally adapted to social distancing which means we’ve been playing a lot more than usual. Serena, watch your back, girl!


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Here at Dandelion Chandelier, we’ve previously featured some of our favorite luxury tennis apparel brands. And this just in: we’ve discovered some more!

In high summer, tennis whites will always be chic and practical. But when you want to rock some bold style and color, these chic tennis outfits will work seamlessly on and off court.


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The top new luxury tennis apparel collections Right Now


FILA has a long and distinguished history in the world of tennis and was established over a century ago by the FILA brothers of Biella, Italy. This season, we’re in love with their tie-dye Top Spin collection. FILA-sponsored tennis players Sofia Kenin and Diego Schwartzman will be wearing pieces from this collection. And we will, too.

the top new tennis apparel collections right now

The top new tennis apparel collections right now: FILA’s Top Spin. Courtesy Photos.

This anything-but-basic tee ($40) is made of a moisture-wicking textile that also offers 50+ UV protection. Pair the featherlight racerback tank ($48) with the matching skort ($55) which comes with inside Forza ball shorts. Or be one-and-done with the stretch fabric dress ($65), which is reminiscent of our favorite ’80’s childhood tie-dye T-shirt. And how could we resist these chunky and groovy sneakers ($75)?

The top new tennis apparel collections right now

The top new tennis apparel collections right now: FILA’s Colorful Play. Courtesy Photos.

For a more monochrome look, FILA’s “Colorful Play” collection is so graceful. The ruched illusion mesh of this ocean blue tank ($65) paired with their essential, breathable short ($45) is a winning combo. Or consider this sea green ensemble with a halter style tank ($65) and flirty, flare skirt ($65). Feminine and sporty, this full coverage color blocked tank ($60) with an A-line skort ($65) has a timeless style. The FILA Axilus 2 Energized sneaker ($110) has lightness and style with enhanced rubber outer sole and molded, energy-boosting cushioning.

2. Denise Cronwall

Miami-based activewear designer and avid tennis player Denise Cronwall is inspired by Scandinavian simplicity and Latin warmth in her designs. Her creations are style-conscious – combining technical athletic wear with fashion. We love how easily her designs can cross over into everyday life.

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The best tennis clothing brands: Denise Cronwall. Courtesy Photos.

The light and airy Valencia collared dress ($130) looks like two pieces. But it’s actually a dress, with clever and flattering gathering at the hip. Similarly, the NY Square dress ($120) has a flattering top layer attached, giving it a forgiving two-piece look and an elegant cowl collar. How sweet is this Luna top ($85) with spaghetti straps and ruffle straps that can be worn off the shoulders? It also comes with an internal supporting compression bra. Coordinate with a charming skort ($85) which has an extra compression layer at the waistband and back pockets for a phone or tennis balls.

3. Diadora

Italian label Diadora started out making mountain boots in 1948. The brand has since expanded to more than 60 countries, creating athletic footwear and apparel with a special focus on fashion and style.

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The best luxury tennis apparel brands: Diadora. Courtesy Photos.

For a more edgy tennis look, check out this vintage-inspired, nylon hooded tennis jacket ($80) that is fully lined in mesh. Underneath, this sharp violet and orange tank ($55) is made from polyamide piquet with a rib knit trim. Add to the angular lines with this soft and stretchy skort ($50). Or up the intensity and go for this electric yellow neon vest dress ($50) in a figure-flattering silhouette.

4. Hedge

Founders Antonia DiPaolo and Meagan Ouderkirk created Hedge with tradition and femininity in mind. Their pieces are designed to remain part of the collection forever; favorites you can still purchase if you need a second set or a fresh color.

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The best tennis clothing brands: Hedge. Courtesy Photos.

This Edith halter ($120) is a modern take on the classic pique polo and reveals those toned shoulders while still being country club conservative. It comes with a built-in sports bra too. In addition to white and cream, it comes in midnight and hedgerose, shown here. Hedge’s skirts are classic and high quality. Choose from the bouncy Darrow box pleat skirt ($150) which holds its shape during high performance. Or the breezy and romantic Willa tutu skirt ($210) which has a light and airy silhouette, keeping you cool during play. We always love a good monogram- these wristbands ($10) can be embroidered with a varsity or script style lettering.


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5. Tail Activewear

Cheryl Singer founded Tail Activewear in 1975 when she tired of wearing women’s tennis apparel that was neither comfortable nor stylish. And that they remained heavily skewed toward men. Her vision now manifests itself in a love for prints and fashion-forward styles, for which the company is renowned.

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The best tennis clothing brands: Tail Activewear. Courtesy Photos.

As shown, Tail Activewear does not limit itself to one or two prints per season. This lovely blush and grey tank ($73) and skort ensemble ($73) is inspired by spring gardens.

For something more bold, consider this tropical palm leaf tank ($73) and versatile black skort ($73). Being serious about sun protection doesn’t have to mean boring. This fun leopard print top ($69) is cool-to-the-touch with UPF 50+ sun protection to block 98% of UVA and UVB rays. And escape to London in an artistic Kensington floral printed tank ($73) paired with a bright pop of warm yellow skort ($73).

6. EleVen

Former seven-time Grand Slam singles champion Venus Williams decided to apply her intimate knowledge of tennis and love of fashion to her own brand of activewear.  EleVen is designed with attitude and confidence for peak performance.

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The best tennis clothing brands: EleVen. Courtesy Photos.

We love the flattering lines and icy, chic color way of this tank ($78) and skort ($78) which comes with the shortie liner for coverage when you’re acing your partner. The Race Day Tank ($59) is one of EleVen’s signature styles. And this ethnic-inspired print would pair well with our go-to bottoms, the Outskirt Capri ($89). Feeling fierce? Then check out this Dynamo dress ($109) in hibiscus. And channel your inner Venus.


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7. Oliver Thomas

Oliver Thomas’ irreverent bags might not seem like the most logical fit for the tennis court. But we think they are irresistible. For one, they are super lightweight and water-resistant. But most importantly, they’re quirky, casual and fun – something that we can all use a little more of these days!

The best tennis clothing and bag brands: Oliver Thomas. Courtesy Photos.

This quilted citron backpack ($175) is loaded with function: 3 zippered compartments and tons of pockets. Customize it as shown with these patches full of attitude or your monogram. There’s also this tote bag style ($175) with an adjustable cross-body strap. If you’re looking for something more compact, this sling backpack ($125) carries just your racket and the essentials.

The top new Luxury Tennis Apparel collections

There you have it – 7 fashionable tennis brands and their new tennis apparel and gear collections that will have you looking sharp on and off the court all summer long.

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Crediting her training as a cultural anthropologist at Wellesley College, Julie has immersed herself in various industries in the last 15 years including fashion design, event planning, and fitness. Julie lives in New York where she loves trying every ramen and dumpling restaurant with her husband and three children. She finds joy in bold prints, biographies of fierce women, kickboxing. And spending way too long finding the perfect polish color to express her mood.

Julie Murphy

Julie began her career in fashion as a design intern at 3.1 Phillip Lim after graduating from Parsons School of Design. As the fashion editor at Dandelion Chandelier, she brings over a decade of experience as a designer and marketing creative to cover trends and styling.