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Serena Williams makes eating popcorn an elegant task.
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The four-time Olympic gold medalist shared a photo on her clothing brand’s Instagram on Friday that showed the athlete munching on popcorn while posing in one of her designs. Outfit-wise, Williams donned a neutral-colored asymmetrical dress with side slits and a ribbed pattern. The garment also had a drawstring sleeve and waist for added functionality. As for the hair, Williams opted for a blown out afro which added flair to her outfit.
To anchor it all, Williams chose a pair of silver mules that feature a sleek two-strap design – one strap over the toe and one over the ankle for added security.
Williams has a fashionable and dynamic clothing aesthetic that helps her easily flaunt her versatile tastes. For example, she recently rocked an all-black monochrome look with Fendi fluttery wedge heels for a dance. And a few days later, she posted her daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian doing a lightsaber fight while wearing coordinating sportswear. When it comes to shoes, Williams gravitates towards heels and Nike sneakers which bring an unexpected touch to her outfit while ensuring the athlete is comfortable.
Williams has also created her own path within the fashion industry. The Nike ambassador has her own clothing line, S by Serena, which sells dresses, blouses and activewear. She also collaborated with Stuart Weitzman to create her own selection of SW staples.
Click through the gallery to see Williams’ best street style over the years.
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Launch Gallery: Serena Williams’ Best Street Style Over the Years
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