Venus Williams wears a white cutout top paired with metallic sandals – Footwear News
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Venus Williams puts her own spin on a classic color palette.
The four-time Olympic gold medalist was spotted arriving at Carbone Beach in Miami Beach, Florida last night dressed in a chic look suited for the festivities.
For the outfit, Williams donned a sheer white long-sleeve top by Dior that featured the brand’s Trotter print throughout. The garment also had a turtleneck design for a modern and comfortable finish. On the lower half, she went with a black leather miniskirt that had a dazzled pendant on the front and incorporated a sleek wrap-around design.
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Williams is one of the most forward-thinking tennis players to ever compete in the game, and she promotes that status quo both on the court and on her Instagram feed. In her younger years she wore her light and white hair beads which added her personal style to her hair while she performed and later in her career she became known for her fashion forward court aesthetic in the form of lace bodysuits, tulle skirts and criss-cross designs. In recent years, Williams has displayed her quirky personal style and affinity for brands such as Chanel and Burberry. While along the shoe lines, Williams appears on boots, pumps, sandals and sneakers from brands such as Louis Vuitton and Prada that ground her outfits.
Click through the gallery to see Williams’ best street style looks over the years.
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