continued the classic look. Maria Sharapova's
flapper-style dark navy dress seemed to complement Federer's classic look.
Defending French Open champion, Rafael Nadal
, continued his ever-present Nike clam digger pants, but Rafa’s bright lime green sleeveless top seemed to match well with the red clay of Roland Garros.
Reebok continued the classic tradition on the women’s side with Jelena Jankovic's very pale light green dress while the men’s outfits mirrored the bright lime green of Nadal’s outfit.
Yonex also favored very bright colors as seen with Elena Dementieva's hot pink dress, David Nalbandian's bright yellow shirt and Lleyton Hewitt's
royal blue shirt.
In contrast, French label, Lacoste, outfitted most of its players in simple white dresses with black horizontal lines at the waist for the women and white shirts with a pencil thin black box pattern for the men.
Fila featured a snazzy pattern on Svetlana Kuznetsova's dark blue outfits.
Meanwhile, Adidas continued the same styles that players such as Novak Djokovic
, i.e. various swirl patterns on black and white outfits, and Ana Ivanovic, i.e. red dress with unique rolled up hem, have been wearing the past few months.
2008 was not a year for major fashion trends at Roland Garros, but instead the designs featured a mix of bright colors in more modern styles contrasted with conservative colors featured in classic designs.