IPC introduces new clothing line


If you already love the International Polo Club in Wellington, then hold your horses because you’re going to love them more with the launch of their first clothing line: the Sports House Limited Edition tennis collection.

This collection stemmed from a collaboration between IPC, designer Denise Cronwall and tennis professional Dia Evtimova. Cronwall, a Miami tennis apparel designer, thought of the sportswear line when she visited IPC’s sophisticated surroundings; the elegant fabrics result in a stylish and breathable clothing line for women. The white fabric (which coincides with the IPC’s white dress code) and little touches of periwinkle piping create a nice, feminine feel.

The collection ranges from $125 to $150, which includes a razorback top, tennis skirt, training capri pants and a cowl-neck pullover. The top has soft mesh with removable bra cups in the sports bra for support and comfort. The skirt features a flattering silhouette and two-lined embroidered mesh ruffles. The capris smooth out your figure, and the pullover was made with the intention of showing the top worn underneath.

The whole collection was made from nylon microfiber, ensuring soft and easy-to-care-for clothing. The capris incorporate Supplex microfiber to allow for the smoothing of your figure.

The clothing line is made in Miami, Fla., and it can be bought at the Sports House facility on the IPC property. It will soon be available for purchase online at www.internationalpoloclub.com.

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