Venus Williams Flaunts Her Figure in a Coral Snakeskin Outfit from Her Clothing Line
Tennis legend Venus Williams displayed her enviable toned figure in her new media update, letting fans know what she has been up to as she debuted a new piece from her clothing line.
Sports champion Venus Williams introduced a new fashion piece from her athleisure franchise Eleven, modeling it herself and looking every part exquisite. The star had no hair out of place teasing the set.
Williams' snakeskin two-piece outfit came in neon orange and included a long-sleeved figure-hugging top and a layered tennis-inspired skirt.
She held her hair away from her face with a headband as she slicked the stresses into a folded French plait. The star had a black tennis racket in one hand to complete her sporty look. Her caption read:
"New @elevenbyvenus spring drop."
Williams, one of tennis's most revered players, doubles as a businesswoman running two franchises, a fashion enterprise, and an interior decor company.
Over the years and the course of her outstanding sports career, she has made major exploits using the strength in her core, swiftness, and tactics to etch her name in sports history.
He established on that day that his daughter would be a champion and would go places achieving milestones.
Now in her forties, Williams does not plan to take the backseat anytime soon, as she continues to forge ahead, willing to take part in running her business and being able to go back home after a long day.
She has gone on to complete degrees, picking up on her passion for fashion. The star attended the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. She also has a business administration degree from Indiana University East.
It is also safe to say that her tennis achievements could never be undermined. Williams is the first African-American woman to be ranked number one in singles in the Open Era. She also has 32 Grand Slam titles to add to her overflowing list of achievements.
All these she owes to the confidence ingrained in her and her equally legendary younger sister, Serena Williams. Even as a young teenager, Williams' confidence could not be altered.
This she proved in an old-time interview when she was fourteen. The interviewer questioned her confidence in being a winner, and she refused to be fazed.
At this point, her dad and coach, Richard Williams, stepped in to discontinue the attempts. Richard clamped down on any form of negativity that could stem from trying to shake his daughter's confidence.
He established on that day that Williams would be a champion and would go places achieving milestones. Years later, he was right.