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Since we've already touched Lacoste fashion at French Open speaking about Andy Roddick's 2012 French Open fashion, we would like to continue it and show what Lacoste presented on the women's side.
Alize Cornet, Dominica Cibulkova; French Open 2012
I really liked Alize Cornet's Lacoste dress in blue, which was also worn by Dominica Cibulkova, but in orange-red color. Orange-red seems to be one of the trendy tennis colors this season, as most of major brands use it in their collections, including Nike and adidas. Not sure if it's red clay inspiration or just a coincidence, but to my mind, it's too much red and orange and it'd be better to dress into something else when you are playing on a red clay anyway... The dress itself is classy and cute, and is also available in white (may be we'll see it once again on Wimbledon).
Lacoste Women's Technical Pique Tipped Tennis Dress - $98.99
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