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Serena Williams Takes A Trip Down Memory Lane And Reflects On Some Of Her Most Iconic Tennis Outfits

Serena Williams sits down with Vogue to discuss her stylish braids to her iconic catsuit worn to the 2018 French Open.

As Serena Williams prepares to retire from tennis, the champion sits down with Vogue to reflect on 22 of her most iconic looks worn on and off the court. In a recent episode of 'Life In Looks' YouTube video, Serena takes a trip down memory lane starting at the beginning when she wore a blue crop top and skirt that her mom made for a tennis match. She also reflects on her Puma Tennis dresses and her signature Fulani braids with beads, in which she explains that she wore her beads for a sense of freedom. 

The tennis champ also discusses her catsuit controversy from the 2018 French Open. 'This is my first Grand Slam after having Olympia,' she said while looking at a picture of herself about to compete at the tennis tournament less than a year after becoming a mom to her four-year-old daughter. She talks about the tennis officials not wanting her to wear her Nike compression catsuit, although she needed to play in it to prevent blood clots. 

'The French Open was kinda upset about it. And I was like, why not? So when the tournament told me that I couldn't wear that, I told 'em no, no, no, you don't understand, this is for my health.' She continues, 'they understood when I said that. They weren't very happy about it, but they understood.'

French tennis officials have since banned catsuits. 

Williams also mentions that she attended fashion school, which prompted her to start her namesake fashion line. 

With the well-deserved title of GOAT, Williams made quite a statement on and off the court. We are sad to see her move on, but we are excited for what's to come!

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