Country Road is designing this year’s Australian Open uniform

Stephanie Panecasio 13 December 2017 NEWS

Country Road

The brand has signed on as the Australian Open's lifestyle partner.

It's intrinsically Australian to sit down in January and watch the Australian Open with your mates, and this year we're going to be treated to some fancy new threads to check out. Country Road has officially signed on to design the uniforms for the Open, coming on board as a lifestyle partner for the 2018 tournament.

Over the course of the tournament (January 15th to 28th) all of the umpires, management, medical staff and drivers will be decked out in Country Road threads - and looking mighty fine at that.

The umpires' uniforms feature a tailored black blazer with the Country Road typeface across the breast pocket, stone coloured trousers and a white collared shirt. It's simple, elegant and classic, which definitely vibes with the Country Road we know and love.

If you're one of the lucky folks attending the tournament in person (instead of crowding around a TV like the rest of us) you can also have a gander at some further Country Road products in pop-up stalls around the arena - and you can even get a personalised tote.

Well fashion lovers, we know you didn't need another reason to watch the Open, but now you've got one. Make sure you check out all the threads while you're debating over who's going to win!

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