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Move over Barbiecore, it's time to serve the athleisure aesthetic.

| By Antonia Day | Interiors

Tenniscore: How to Incorporate the Sports-Luxe Look Into Your Home

Move over Barbiecore, it's time to serve the athleisure aesthetic.

Whether it was the US Open that reignited the internet’s love for tennis-esque ‘fits and accessories, or the resurgence of the sport gaining popularity during the pandemic, it’s safe to say that ‘tenniscore’ is here, and it’s here to stay.

Combining modern athleisure with the vintage country club aesthetic, the sartorial element of ‘tenniscore’ consists of crisp, predominantly white pieces accessorised with pastel-hued tones, styled minimalistically for a preppy quiet luxury look. It's sporty, but not 'sweaty' sporty.

If you're looking for inspo, brands such as Lacoste have been serving 'tenniscore’ since day one, with stark white tennis skirts and emerald green cable knit sweaters, while high-end labels such as Miu Miu and Gucci have jumped on the off-court preppy bandwagon in more recent years.

And while the look is chic both on and off the court, it's also a fresh style that works beautifully in the home. Plus, integrating this sports luxe look into your space is actually much easier than you think.

Melding modern coastal and Hamptons interior design, think of ‘tenniscore’ as quiet luxury’s athletic sibling, with a pop of zesty green.

Ahead, are five ways to bring the preppy tennis look into your space. So, if you've been thinking about adding a touch of 'tenniscore' to your home, the ball is now in your court.

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