Serena Williams Served Us Yet Another Tutu At The U.S. Open And It's A Lavender Level-Up
The level up ain't stopping no time soon.
Remember when Serena Williams graced us with a tennis tutu during her 2018 U.S. Open debut? How can you forget, right?
Well, it's round two, and she's back, and this time, she's giving us some color. Lavender, to be exact.
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Williams decided to stick with Virgil Abloh with this lavender number, which looked amazing on her skin tone.
Similar to the black tutu she rocked after the French Open president banned her catsuit from future tournaments, tweets were talking. And folks loved what they saw.
Tutu can play this game.— Caira Conner (@CairaConner) August 30, 2018
And let's not forget the accessories because those fishnets were everything.
Serena Williams in a lavender tutu and fishnets is a big mood.— Kelly Mears Bantz (@KellyMeerkat) August 30, 2018
Serena's powerful presence, as always, served as an inspiration for the rest of us to get our lives together.
If Serena Williams can nail a break point in a lavender tutu against someone thirteen years her junior in this New York heat, I guess I can put on some underwear in my apartment.— Eric J. Grimm (@EricJGrimm) August 30, 2018
Yes, she won again, defeating opponent Carina Witthoeft 6-2, 6-2, per the HuffPost. Like a bawse.
In her third round at the Open, AOL reports she's set to serve against her sister, Venus Williams. We can't wait to see what fashionable look she cooks up next.
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