serena Williams in that BLACK SKINTIGHT NUMBER (WHOA!!!)
The original catsuit turned heads in 2002.
The original catsuit turned heads in 2002.
She made an entrance at her US Open debut.
At 16 years old, Williams made her US Open debut wearing a white number with black accents. At the beginning of her career, her and older sister Venus were known to sport colorful beads in their hair, and the yellow ones surrounding her face was perhaps our first look into the fashion icon we'd see for the next 23 years.
Williams brought street style to the tennis court at the 2004 US open.
Williams 2004 US Open ensemble edged the lines of athletic streetwear, cruising her way to the quarterfinals in a denim pleated mini skirt.
She was a vision in pink at the 2004 French Open.
Unafraid to incorporate color into her fits, Serena rocked a bright pink Nike two-piece at the 2004 French Open. Her number consisted of a skirt and a sleeveless crop-top. Let's not forget the finishing touches — dangling earrings with a matching belly button ring.
She went from day to night at the 2012 US Open.
Wearing custom Dri-FIT fabric, Serena arrived at the 2012 US Open in two eye-catching numbers. For her daytime matches, Williams wore a fiery pink pleated knit dress with a neon green colorblocked panel. For her nighttime performances, Williams wore a navy blue number with the same colorblocked panel down the middle.
She donned a neon green showstopper at the 2015 Australian Open.
For her 2015 Australian Open campaign, Williams dazzled in a bright yellow dress and pink highlights with an alluring cut-out back. It was an outfit fitting for a champion, and Serena defeated Maria Sharapova in the finals to capture her 19th Major singles title.
She pushed the pop culture envelope the 2019 Australian Open.
Expressing that she desired to bring pop culture to the tennis court, Williams rocked a canary yellow crop top with a matching pleated skirt for the 2019 Australian Open. A desire to think outside the box, Williams described her outfit as another method to push the envelope.
"I've been on tour for a long time. I've been wearing so many different designs. I just wanted to push the envelope again, just bring pop culture to tennis, kind of make it really fun."
She pushed the boundaries with leopard in Major title #21.
Similar in silhouette to her bright yellow tunic from Melbourne, Serena captured her 21st title in a Nike dress with a sheer leopard pattern. Wimbledon dress code explicitly states that competitors must be in all-white for the duration of the competition; however, a little subtly never hurts.
She rocked white and pink at the 2019 US Open.
As mentioned earlier, Serena Williams knows how to rock a pink outfit. For her 2019 US Open daytime tournament look, she wore a pleated white dress with pink accents along the skirt. Coupled with bubblegum pink sleeves, it was an iconic look that showcased another play on color.
Then she made a statement in pink.
For her nighttime competition piece, she maintained the cut of the dress and the pink accents, but the purple dress faded into black.
It's all in the details.
The transformation dress was impressive at the 2005 Australian Open.
Williams marched into the 2005 Australian Open ranked no. 6 and eager to turn heads. She competed in a lime green and white "transformation dress," a three-in-one dress that doubles as a top and a skirt.
For her shoes, Williams did not disappoint. She wore custom-made "space boots" designed to match her apparel.
Video: Serena Williams on Her Fashion Sense
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