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bollé’s Bloomsberry Group. A Little Neopolitan for Your Game.
The color combo here is dusk with berry, $62.99 at Tennis-Warehouse (the company does not have msrps). It also comes in the reverse, berry with dusk, but I love the sleek sophistication of the brown hue. The color combination has actually been a popular one on court recently. It's flattering on most. Add a white visor and tennis shoes and you've got a little neopolitan going on. Pretty. Take a look at the whole Bloomsberry collection if you prefer separates.
If you haven't worn bollé before, the line is cut for the real woman's body. It skims curves and accents assets without clinging to mature bodies (we can't be 18 forever). The line is figure forgiving and is a favorite of women's USTA teams nationwide because of the flattering nature of the cuts and variety of necklines within the same color group. The skorts are 14" long (most tennis skorts are 13" or less) and the tops stay down over the waistband insuring mid-section coverage when reaching. Bextra-dry fabric insures comfort in action.
If you are one of the many who prefer a tennis skirt without the built in shorts, bollé offers those within their bollé basics.