Serena Williams recently shared a fun boomerang video of herself wearing a black top, leather pants, and a gray jacket. The tennis champion looked happy as she danced and flashed her pearly whites.
Serena Williams is a beast on and off the tennis court. Having amassed numerous trophies, she has also built a reputation as one of the most fashionable tennis players to grace the courts.
Williams has taken her style off the courts to become a trendsetter for women worldwide. She has also managed to merge her strength and style into a profitable business with her own fashion line.
Serena Williams at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on September 05, 2019 in New York City.| Source: Getty Images
Williams recently gave fans a taste of her sexy style when she shared a boomerang video of herself dancing in clothing from her fashion line, Serena.
The 23-time Grand Slam champion rocked a pair of ankle-length leather pants with a black crop top that showed off her toned abs. She added a long, gray checkered blazer that featured fun black and white print on the inside.
Williams looked incredible, and her fans agreed, filling her comment section with compliments, hearts, and flame emojis. The tennis star regularly gives her fans fun and stylish content to obsess over.
In October, the fit mom-of-one posted a series of behind-the-scenes snaps from a photoshoot with shoe designer Stuart Weitzman. The sexy pics left fans gushing over her toned arms and grand slam legs.
Williams has always been one to show off her body in fun and experimental outfits. Her on-court appearance has become one of the most anticipated parts of her tennis games, second only to her skills on the court.
A look back at her court appearances will show a unique mix of outfits, most notably the first time she wore a catsuit at the 2002 U.S. Open and in 2018 when she rocked a one-sleeved tutu dress at that year's U.S Open.
It stands to reason that Williams would eventually pursue a career in the fashion industry. In May 2018, she launched her fashion line, which featured a mix of athleisure and party wear. At the time of her first collection, she told People:
"This collection is inspired by femininity and strength. It’s bringing those two together. Who said you can’t be both?”
The star, who also attended fashion school, said that she felt it was about time she invested in herself and made her dream come true.
When Williams is not winning tennis titles, she makes an effort to give back. Earlier this year, she partnered with several companies and provided more than four million face masks to schools across the U.S.
She also donated her prize money from the ASB Classic in New Zealand to the Australian Bushfire relief fund, earning her a deserved spot on the Hello Magazine's Kind List.