Venus Williams strikes a pose in a little black dress with a strappy back and leather knee high boots

Venus Williams got down to business and demonstrated her progress.

The quadruple Olympic gold medalist yesterday posted a photo on Instagram that showed her with a chic and avant-garde look. For the ensemble, Williams wore a black Miu Miu mini dress with white polka dot embroidery. The garment had long sleeves and incorporated a crossed back.

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As for the shoes, Williams donned a pair of black knee-length leather boots that had chunky heels for maximum support. The boot’s block heel has streamlined its fit while providing a bit of height.

Williams is known as one of the most avant-garde tennis players to ever play the game, and she maintains that reputation on and off the court. In years past, we’ve seen Williams gracing legendary courts and games while sporting light and white hair beads, colorful sportswear, and lacy jumpsuits that speak to her creative eye for clothing. Today, Williams has a trendy sartorial sense that prompts her to wear beautiful pieces from brands like LoveShackFancy, Chanel and Burberry. When it comes to shoes, Williams usually opts for boots, pumps, sneakers and sandals from famous brands like Prada, Louis Vuitton and K-Swiss.

Williams also has her own clothing line that emphasizes designing clothing that is both flexible and durable. The line offers pieces such as sports bras, tank tops, skirts and dresses that echo Williams’ technical codes.

Click through the gallery to see Venus Williams’ best street looks over the years.

Credit: Nordstrom

Credit: Nordstrom


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Credit: Saks Fifth Avenue

Credit: Saks Fifth Avenue

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Credit: Schutz

Credit: Schutz


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Launch gallery: Venus Williams’ best street looks over the years

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