Venus Williams presents her new EleVen outfits

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In her latest YouTube video, Venus Williams takes a look back at the 2022 US Open and gives us details about all the latest EleVen outfits that she wore at the Grand Slam, from practice sessions to singles and doubles matches. The style is a celebration of her Compton roots with a nod to vintage tennis.

Since collections take about 18 months to develop, Venus was eager to finally wear her favorite apparel on the court and she presented a lot of different looks. Her first choice in training was the Break Point set — a white ensemble with a little bit of sheen, featuring a pattern of tennis balls and “11” emboss details.

Even though she usually doesn’t wear blue, the Ace Dress in ocean checkered print made Venus feel empowered and motivated to win in New York.

EleVen Moonball Long-Sleeve Top and Spin Skirt

The heritage-style Baseline set, as Venus calls it “pretty in pink”, includes a lovely crop top and leggings. It is a modern outfit with the ’70s and ’80s feel. She got the most compliments on this one at the US Open.

Venus’ favorite color is green and she’s happy it’s trending now. For the Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day, she chose the Backspin Midi Tank in alpine green and her favorite Backspin 7/8 Leggings, which she considers making in a variety of other colors as well.

In her first-round match against Alison Van Uytvanck, Venus paired the Backspin Midi Tank with the Spin Skirt. In doubles, the American combined the green skirt with the Moonball Long-Sleeve Top, featuring a striped elastic criss-cross detail at the hem.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Its clear that she is still playing on tour only to promote her clothing line, she has no chance against any of these powerful rookie players.
    She should retire n find current players to represent her clothing, or shift to doubles n xdoubles completely if she wants to keep playing

  2. She’s just like most champions, they play into the sunset of there careers. I Love watching her play, just really hard to watch her lose. She’s never smashed her racquet, always elegant on court, love her outfits. I can watch her play forever.

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