SAN DIEGO ( MainStreet) -- Playing tennis doesn't require the right luxury jewelry as an accessory.
But as anyone familiar with tennis knows, what tennis players wear on the court gets nearly as much attention as what celebrities wear down the red carpet.
"Attire on the tennis court is extremely important. There's tons of coverage of what players are going to be wearing. And a lot of women are playing in jewelry," tennis jewelry designer Hazel Nussbaum says.It's just one of the reasons Nussbaum, 34, a brand manager and marketing professional by trade, said goodbye to her high-paying corporate lifestyle at Unilever (UN) after 10 years and launched luxury tennis jewelry company Love Tennis by Hazel in May 2012.