Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 30, 2013 -- In the 1920’s, designers like Lanvin, Rochas, Schaparelli, and Hermes were creating tennis dresses and accessories to meet the growing tastes of tennis among their clientele. The world of haute couture invaded the courts. This is being mirrored today as a taste for the unique and exclusive tennis activewear is regaining strength.
Ladies tennis apparel has changed from reserved and restricted to comfortable and fashionable, creating a market for new designers and a much larger interest in women’s tennis clothing.
Today’s styles make a solid fashion statement. Denise Cronwall, along with other well-known athletic clothing companies, have joined the growing number of designers creating the most functional yet fashionable women’s tennis apparel available today. Designed to meet the needs and expectations of today’s female tennis players, women’s tennis clothing is made to please.
Tennis’ lack of specified uniform has given players certain fashionable freedom throughout the sport’s history. Today’s pro players are choosing to express themselves by opting to wear unique designer labels that reflect their personal style. An example is German pro player Mona Barthel, whom has been wearing Denise Cronwall since the US Open 2012. Mona enjoys the attention she gets for her unique and stylish outfits.
About Denise Cronwall Activewear
Denise Cronwall started her eponymous boutique-style activewear line in 2010 and it quickly gained a following in South Florida and is now expanding throughout the US. Denise Cronwall’s designs are refreshing in a sea of outfits dominated by only a few manufacturers. These feminine designs can be used for tennis, gym, yoga, running a more.
Denise Cronwall, Denise Cronwall Activewear, http://www.denisecronwall.com, +1 305 215 0736, [email protected]