April 23, 2020
Venus Williams revealed the unique go-to outfit that makes her feel comfortable while stuck in the house under quarantine as she shared a picture of herself cleaning.
The global quarantine amid the COVID-19 outbreak has had a noticeable effect on the wardrobes of many people around the world.
The dressier or formal outfits have been pushed to the side in favor of more comfortable choices like sweatpants, t-shirts, and pajamas.
Even celebrities have chosen comfort over appearances. Recently, Venus Williams shared her unique take on how she has embraced comfortability while cleaning her house or "quaranCLEAN" as she put it, Venus also joked:
"When quarantine is . Also, I can't stop putting swimsuits on when I wake up. Anyone else having wardrobe problems in quarantine?"
Venus shared a picture of herself wearing a pink turban and showing off her athletic figure in a white swimsuit that had a heart-shaped American flag printed on the front.
She also showed off her domestic skills while holding a vacuum cleaner in one hand and a bottle of Clorox in the other hand, as she stood ready to clean a glass table.
Celebrity trainer Tracey Anderson commented on the post and admitted, "no one looks this gorgeous cleaning!!!!!! This is inspiring!"
Venus' little sister, Serena Williams, shared her surprise about the look and asked, "wait, how did I not know this? I need the hookup!" The family banter didn't end there. Serena followed up with another question about Venus' outfit.
Serena Williams commented on a photo of Venus Williams cleaning her house in a swimsuit | Source: Instagram.com/venuswilliams
Many of Venus' fans shared details about their favorite quarantine looks, which they are currently embracing. One fanrevealed:
"I thought it was just me I blew up a big inflatable beach thing to go out on my patio in my BATHING SUIT the other morning."
Venus' mention of Clorox in her post about cleaning her house comes after the tennis champion partnered with the brand to help promote their cleaning products.
Months before the COVID-19 pandemic emerged, she joined the brand in helping to promote ways to kill germs during the flu season by keeping surfaces clean with Clorox disinfectant wipes.