Wilson's 2013 apparel line might be facing an uphill battle when competing against the likes of Nike and Adidas, but there's no doubt the smaller clothing brand is on the right track. For the coming year, Wilson has focused clothing design around the four Grand Slams. This means working to reduce sweat around the time of the Australian Open, while focusing more on tradition colours and patterns for Wimbledon. The US Open collection isn't out yet, but check out what Wilson has planned for the year's first three Slams below.
Men and Women’s Spring Collection: Australian Open
Generally blue and green should never be seen together, but the Gut n Glamour tank and skirt make it work by adding chunks of white to break up the color. It will be interesting to see how the skirt and top look together, but no doubt they will be comfortable with mesh for breathability and ultra lightweight coverage in high sweat areas. The Pure Battle shorts are versatile and classy, while the yellow and white crew hints at the bright Australian summer. No doubt this outfit will look great on Feliciano Lopez.
Men and Women’s Summer Collection: French Open
Melanie Oudin might be thankful Wilson's French Open Collection follows the heat of Australia and the early American swing - a tan is an essential accessory for this bright orange skirt and tank combo. Wilson promises that both men's and women's outfits are super-duper comfy with sweat-fighting, stretchy materials. Once again, we are pretty sure Feliciano Lopez will look fantastic in the men's grey and orange.
Men and Women’s Late Summer Collection: Wimbledon
It's hard to go past the royal blue and white Ball Buster outfit. A stand out of Wilson's 2013 collection, it speaks of sophistication and elegance. Surely if the Duchess of Cambridge were play at Wimbledon, she'd opt for these Wilson designed clothes. The men's Claim Victory design is a lighter blue with a subtle herringbone embossed pattern, ensuring Wilson remains original but timeless. Perfect for Wimbledon... and Feliciano Lopez, may we just add.