Serena Williams Flaunts Toned Legs in Printed Dress & Black High Heels in a New Photo
Serena Williams isn't only a legend in the game of tennis; she's also a woman who takes every opportunity she has to show off her beautiful side.
The mother-of-one recently took to Instagram to share a photo of herself on the way to Forbes' Under 30 Summit.
Serena is rocking a printed dress and black heels while she places her hand over her blond hair in the post she captioned:
"I'm on my way, Detroit! Headed to @forbes #under30summit and popping up with my S by Serena team. Follow along @serena for more."
Fans who consider the 38-year-old, a fashion icon commented on her outfit, with many focusing on her toned legs. The praise Serena is getting from fans won't be the first of its kind as Glamour applauded her sense of style.
The article by Glamour focused on the tennis outfits Serena rocked from the tender age of 11 to date. One of the outfits showed in the article include a yellow and white tennis dress the fashion mogul wore in 1999 during her first U.S. Open.
Her most recent eye-catching tennis wear comprises of a branded Nike T-shirt, a color-blocked windbreaker, and a pair of colorful bike shorts.Despite her current assertiveness in her fashion, Elle reveals that the athlete previously suffered from insecurities when she was younger.
During an interview, Serena mentioned that she consistently compared her body to that of her sister Venus. In her words:
'I felt weird, like, my boobs were bigger than Venus's, and my body was thicker. I was curvier. I was like, "Why am I not Venus?"'
However, things changed when her half-sister was murdered in 2003 as Serena began to embrace her body and the insecurities that came with it.
Not only did the mother and wife win the battle against low self-esteem, but she also started a fashion brand, "S by Serena."
Elle recounts that Serena debuted her fashion line in September 2019 during the New York Fashion Week. The mother-of-one claims that she designed the line's outfits with various body types in mind.