Not only that, but I have never been a fan of the Lacoste tennis outfits to begin with, neither male, nor female. I was actually quite surprised to see how lLong she stayed with them stating in an interview that she would never wear a short skirt, but those Lacoste dDresses were the shortest you would see on the tour.
Yeah, Lacoste's outfits are too bland. A player never gets a specific kit made for themselves, which means they don't stand out. Simona was basically wearing the same kit that Domi was wearing, just opposite colors. I don't think a female player gets more than 3 outfits a year. The guys wear the same shirt almost all year round.
Simona, at #5, deserved an exclusive kit. And that's what Adidas, her original sponsor offered her, along with more money. My guess is that her Adidas kit will be low-key, similar to something Justine Henin wore. I can't imagine her wearing the uniform blue kit that we've seen Hantuchova, Ivanovic, Muguruza, and Cirstea wear. For Simona, a kit like that is too "loud," or at least you get that sense from her.
By the way, anybody know why Simona and Adidas parted ways back in February 2012? I wouldn't be surprised if Adidas decided to take her back because she ascended to #5 in the rankings.