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With Wimbledon in full swing, it seems only right that the Tenniscore trend is having a rebirth. Whether you celebrate the season by hitting the courts yourself or feel more at home enjoying strawberries and cream in the stands, the trend is one that's got our name all over it.
Some of our favourite brands know just how to make the switch from general athleisure to Tenniscore and what's even better is no matter the budget, the trend is one that's accessible and stylish all the same.
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Tory Sport seamlessly blends their iconic athleisure moments with the brands touch of retro aesthetics. From performance perfect sportswear to sport luxe pieces that are ready to be styled with so much already in your closet. If you're wondering how Tenniscore could possibly be a wearable everyday trend then look no further than Tory's Sweater Skirt or Striped Track Pants.
There's a reason that Lacoste have been Kings of leisurewear for so many decades and that's because at their core they're a sportswear brand with heart. They bring their amazing quality pieces from the courts to the highstreet and their current collection offers preppy twists on their classic polo shirts and knitwear.
Sporty & Rich is one of the most popular brands of the moment and that's shown more than ever with their collaborations with heritage brand Adidas Originals selling out. The two have combined their styles and love of vintage touches to create a range of dual logo clothing that adds a 90's spin on Tenniscore. Collared V necks, satin shorts and two tone colour palettes.
Activewear doesn't come more luxurious than Varley with their chic interpretation of pieces that look just as good at the gym, as they do post workout. Not only will you find their collections put together mindfully with a host of of recycled materials and always with movement in mind. In seam pockets, post workout layers and soft breathable fabrics.
The Upside have a focus on integrating both organic and recycled materials into their collections and that means that their vintage inspired pieces not only look sports chic, they're mindfully manufactured too. Think 80's styling with pieces such as side tie wrap skirts and logo fronted visors, all with touches such as bold bright striping.