Serena Williams Flaunts Toned and Athletic Legs, Declares It’s ‘Mini Dress Weather’

The Olympic athlete modeled a frock from her own line, S by Serena.
Serena Williams

Serena Williams.


Serena Williams always slays her outfits both on and off the tennis court. The four-time Olympic gold medalist rocked a long sleeve mini dress from her own brand, S by Serena, on Instagram on Tuesday. 

In the set of pics, Williams modeled the Merrill Mini Dress in Black ($99), a black-and-cream mock neck frock that features a gorgeous snake-like pattern. She accessorized with a pair of stilettos, while her long locks were styled straight. Williams kept her glam minimal, with lots of lashes and a glossy lip.

The 23-time Grand Slam singles champ posed with her hands on her hips in the first snap next to a stack of televisions and a radio. The second photo provided more of a close-up, while Williams gazed out of frame.

In the caption she shared with her 16.4 million followers on the platform, Williams aptly proclaimed, “Mini dress weather 🍸✨.”

Followers were quick to compliment the Serena Ventures founder in the comments section, particularly on her strong, athletic physique.

“Girllll nobody has those legs 🦵🏽 but you!!!,” one person gushed. “🥰❤️U R Working that dress!”

“Like I’m still stuck on this photo hours later 🤯,” someone else added.

“Okay LEGS🔥,” another individual concurred.

“Just 🔥🔥🔥🔥,” a fan stated simply.

“It's the tbt appliances for me radio boom box, TV, should have thrown in the turntable,” one person quipped of the photo’s composition.

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