Serena Williams recently took to social media to showcase her toned figure in stylish outfits as she struck different poses for a photoshoot promoting a campaign for Stuart Weitzman.
A couple of days ago, Serena Williams stunned her fans when she posted a couple of photos that featured herself wearing stylish outfits as she posed for a photoshoot.
The photoshoot was for her Stuart Weitzman campaign ad and she posed in what she referred to as the "boldest boots of the season."
Serena Williams at the 2020 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 22, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images.
In both photos, Williams proves that the boots are both functional and fashionable and they don't necessarily need to be worn with pants. She captioned the post,
"SW for SW is back! Excited to share my latest campaign for @stuartweitzman in the boldest boots of the season. I seriously love them all and can't pick a favorite!"
The two shots plus an additional one that featured Williams wearing a white Caressa square foot boot were also posted to the Stuart Weitzman Instagram page.
Williams is one of the top players in the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) and she has held the top spot in the rankings several times throughout her career.
Aside from her love for tennis, Williams has also expressed a vested interest in fashion.
She started receiving intense training for the sport when she was aged three and she won her first major championship in 1999. The talented sportswoman then went on to complete the Grand Slam in 2003.
In 2017, she successfully won her 23rd Grand Slam singles title when she defeated her older sister, Venus Williams at the Australian Open. In 2018, Forbes ranked her as the highest-paid female athlete in the world.
Aside from her love for tennis, Williams has also expressed a vested interest in fashion and she has shown this with the various sporting outfits she wears for her games.
Earlier this year, she reflected on a couple of her all-time favorite fashion moments throughout her career to date.
Williams declared that her custom Virgil Abloh–designed Nike and Off-White tutus were two of her favored on-court looks. The veteran tennis star-inspired Virgil Abloh who went on to release an entire Nike collection he called "Queen" in her honor.
Throughout her stellar career, Williams has urged women not to be scared to dream. She invested in several diverse and female-led companies and she has consistently brought her own sense of style to the game and shows no signs of stopping.