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How to stand out at the US Open in style

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How to stand out at the US Open in style

The US Open Tennis Championships is a hard court tournament that happens once a year in one of the hottest cities, New York City.  A-list celebrities, Royalty and of course all the best tennis players attend the US Open to watch the top WTA and ATP players compete
Wondering what to wear and how to prepare?  Let your uniqueness shine through by wearing a truly unforgettable tennis inspired look.
We’ve put together this sophisticated and unique look to wear to the Tennis US Open.

1.
Rose gold watch

2.
Nude heels

3.
IVINCIA Limited Edition Daffodil Oasis Ballerina dress

4.
Charm bracelet
 
Don’t forget to know who the key tennis players are!
Drop in a couple facts (the more outrageous the better) and you will impress your party.

A wild fact: 
“Did you know Rafa Nadal named his 2.5million euro Monte Carlo Yacht 'Beethoven'?”

Make a predicton:
<insert name> is only 18 and her ranking is sky rocketing, I wouldn’t be surprised if she becomes the next world 1 player.
 
Too busy with no time to spare? Simply look up the WTA and ATP websites which will direct you within seconds to everything you need to know about your favourite tennis player’s rankings, place of residence, previous match scores, and much more…

Now you’re all set to rock the tennis vibe at the US Open.

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