Friday, August 31, 2007

Sharapova's US Open wardrobe is inspired by New York's skyline

For 2007 U.S. Open Sharapova is wearing tennis dresses decorated with graphic interpretations of the cityscape on the chest.

The dress is a sleek garment made of a breathable wicking jersey and constructed with a no-sew technique with seams bonded with heat and silicone instead of thread.
There are more than 600 Swarovski crystals incorporated into the design, adding a little flash to the outfit, but Sharapova said it's simple and classy, which suits her taste. "I don't like things with too much pattern ... things that are tacky.''
There also are three crystal buttons down the back, creating a keyhole effect.

No thats a quality dress i reckon. By the way she is through to the third round as well.

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