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Advantage: Home Office

In Fashion, Media on January 28, 2010 at 1:50 pm

One of the greatest perils and perks of working from home is the potential for procrastination. Today I blogged over on HERMAN MILLER LIFEWORK about my favorite flavor of procrastination, namely watching the Australian Open with a cup of freshly brewed Mexican Santa Cruz coffee. The item includes commentary on the genius color scheme Nadal wore vs Murray the other day (click here to read). But what I didn’t get into was my disappointment in Murray’s, I mean Judas’s, sartorial selections. Murray is the highest-ranked Brit to swing a racket since Fred Perry, who was #1 in the world from 1934-1938, and Murray paid tribute to his predecessor by donning the laurel logo until last November, when Adidas came calling to the tune of £10 million. Sorry, Murray. You may play like a champion, but you no longer dress like one:

Andy Murray for Fred Perry: Awesome

Andy Murray for Adidas: Not Awesome

  1. Oh Heather you hit the nail on the head!
    I despise these tacky, bright tennis outfits. Lets get back to a little shorter short and a true tennis shirt, nice and snug. Or just get them to wear something Federer might wear.
    Don’t even get me started on the Williams sisters.

  2. They all need make overs, we need to go back to a more classic look, even for the ladies!! I am so distracted by the austalian open and now that I can watch and keep tabs online, its tempting at the office!!

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