Venus Williams Outfit
June 21, 2011 by Post Team
Venus Williams Outfit, With a cut in the back, draped sleeves, zippers and gold hot pants, costume Venus Williams at Wimbledon was not the traditional British bridge. The tennis champion was a striking white pajama, which she called a “bridge”, the first day, attracting the disapproval of the tabloids in the UK.
The mirror was amazed at her ability to play tennis while wearing a set of jewelry pieces, including a necklace with a pendant and a ring of great size. “We’re pretty sure our PE teacher would not let us make a sort of sports bringing it to school.” The official website of Wimbledon had to translate the use of Williams of the word “bridge” to describe the set. “The language barrier between American English and English English can be enormous, and when he called together a” bridge “, the locals seemed confused.
“Across the pond, a” bridge “is a piece all-in-one.
“Around here, to be called a suit to break for adults.”
The suit was eleven own lines, with this manifesto many words. “It’s the next level is to be more and feeling more Be yourself feel great to be courageous Be confident to be successful … casual feminine feel. Feel sxy. Be chic. Feel powerful. Be # 1. Feel like an eleven. ”
Williams explained her choice of fashion reporters after her victory in the first assault on Akgul Amanmuradova.
“The bridges are very topical, as lace. Men have a lot of draping, which is also at this time.
“It is like a fashionable dress. I’m really into the racks, so it is a focal point of a zipper in the front.
Most of the Williams sisters – who have dominated women’s tennis in the last decade – describes the function without support, as a cut or a “peek-a-boo.”
“I’m always trying to do something different and fun, but lately I tend to trend towards simplicity.
“I’m not sure why. It’s just how I feel right now. Everything is becoming simpler.”
In the past, the Williams court suits have included a red and black tutu, a lime green dress with n*de underwear and a dress of yellow and brown network, with a multicolored skirt.
Its relatively thin tight dress code of Wimbledon tournament for wears white competitors.
The U.S. “Jumper” will be shown in the second round against Japan Kimiko Date-Krumm, who is the oldest player in the draw at 40 years of age.
Williams, who turned 31 last weeks, said he admired the comeback of the veterans of this sport.
“I thought that was amazing when he returned,” he said.
“I’ve seen the results – which has been playing so well [and] I always the root of their reality, but this time I will play, so I’ll be rooting for me this time.”
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