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Girls, Nike tennis 2013 Australia is brought to you by the color purple: Serena Williams wears Nike's new Pleated Knit Dress in Grand Purple. It's built with a 3-D mesh structure that keeps the fabric from clinging. A deep scoop in the neck, wide straps, built in bra (w cups!) and pleats around the upper thighs increase mobility; $90 USD. LOVE IT. Li Na's Grand Pintuck Polo, $50 also come in purple and is made of a pique fabric that breathes. Special pintucks and contouring give this polo a more female-flattering fit than many boxy polos. The skort is $58 (also in melon and orange). Victoria Azarenka wears Nike's new Grand Flouncy Dress in melon and accents with the season's hue. This dress features no chafe flatlock seams and a t-back, $75 and also comes in ultraviolet. Purple is hot in sportswear especially saturated brights like these. The color is flattering on everyone and adds playful energy to your look. Combine it with orange and...well, BAM. Take your do...
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