Serena Williams' Sister Venus Says She Plans on Winning Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
Venus Williams looked gorgeous in an all-black outfit as she modeled a look from her trendy fashion collection for sportswear called "EleVen"
Venus Williams is all about her comfort while self-isolating amid the COVID-19 pandemic. She has turned to all of her favorite items of clothing.
Weeks ago, she revealed that her most comfortable look is her swimsuit—something she enjoys wearing all day, even when doing mundane tasks such as cleaning her house.
Recently, Venus switched up her look for an outfit that was a little more convention to lounge around the house in and chose to wear items from her sports collection, "EleVen." In her caption, she said:
"Ready for anything... in this covid environment, I'm planning on winning. #win."
In the photo, Venus was dressed in an all-black outfit, which included a t-shirt that had the word "Eleven" printed on the sleeves and a knee-length skirt with matching sneakers.
According to The Blast, within 15 minutes of the photo going up, her fans started speculating that the post was a pregnancy announcement because of the placement of her hand on her stomach as she posed against a fireplace. A fan had just one question to ask.
Another person added, "thought you were trying to tell us something at first ?wheeww! love, you boo you look GORG!" Supermodel, Naomi Campbell, didn't chime in on the pregnancy rumors but showed her approval for the pic with three heart emojis.
"It was a collaboration with my dog. In the design process, we were fielding through all these prints."
In March 2020, Venus launched a "Glam Collection" for her sportswear. She told Forbes that the new collection would include "high-quality activewear."
She has introduced bold and bright neon and metallic colors to "EleVen," along with the launch of her premium tennis apparel.
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