Australian Open 2014: The Best and Worst Dressed in Melbourne

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Australian Open 2014: The Best and Worst Dressed in Melbourne
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Novak Djokovic at 2014 Australian Open

We are in the second week of the 2014 Australian Open. What better time to assess the best and worst dress?  

Perennial fashionista Caroline Wozniacki came dressed to impress. Perennial fashion victim Bethanie Mattek-Sands arrived dressed to depress.

The big brands took center stage, outfiting multiple players in their collections. Team Nike unleashed a slew of glacier green dresses. Their top model, Maria Sharapova, led the way. Serena Williams, usually a shoo-in for best dressed, missed the mark this time with an underwhelming pink polka dot Nike dress. Adidas put out two distinctively different styles: the blue Adizero dress for Ana Ivanovic and the Adidas by Stella McCartney worn by Wozniacki.

Which brand won? Depends on who was wearing what? Here are the best and worst dressed at the 2014 Australian Open. 

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