- Serena Williams used her styling expertise in the latest episode of her Instagram series, #SerenaSaturdays.
In this week’s episode, the 23-time Grand Slam champion demonstrated how to put together a variety of summer looks using items from her Serena fashion label. Williams began the video wearing the Julia Wrap Mini Dress, a blush-colored minidress with gold button detailing and a V-neckline. The style is available for purchase on the brand’s website for $50 (down from $99).
“This isn’t an outfit where you have to work hard to look stylish,” Williams explained, adding that the dress would be ideal for a social distance date or drinks with friends.
The Olympia mom then changed into a strappy beige tank top and olive green satin lounge pants (now $88 from $175) before changing a sheer lace polo shirt and flowing tulle skirt into her final look.
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The tennis pro wore the same pair of heels with every outfit: strappy golden big-toe sandals with a mid-heel.
Shoes with the most prominent toe became famous for the spring ’19 season, first appearing on the runway at Y/Paris Project’s Fashion Week show. Since then, several celebrities, including stylish ladies like Katie Holmes, Hailey Baldwin, Jessica Alba, and Rihanna, have embraced the trend.
Williams, arguably the most well-known female athlete on the planet, is ranked No. 33 on Forbes’ list of the world’s highest-paid athletes in 2020, with $36 million in earnings.
According to the publication, Williams earned $4 million in on-court earnings, with the remaining $32 million coming from endorsements and other ventures.
Williams has a namesake venture capital fund that invests in female- and minority-founded startups, in addition to her long-standing Nike contract and eponymous fashion label.
She also has ownership interests in the Miami Dolphins and the UFC. Furthermore, the athlete has over a dozen endorsement deals, including Wilson Sporting Goods, Bumble, Gatorade, and JPMorgan Chase, and she appears in luxury shoe label Stuart Weitzman’s 2020 ad campaign.
Source: footwear news