legendary WNBA player sent a painful massage to Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark.

legendary WNBA player sent a painful massage to Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark.

Angel Reese Talks Caitlin Clark, Says the WNBA Has Grown 'Because of Me Too'

It’s not unusual for athletes to use the tunnel as a makeshift runway. However, the WNBA has finally drawn in a large audience – average viewership has almost tripled from the previous season. The athletes are pulling off some amazing looks in this spotlight.

Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark, two rookie designers, have worked with famous designers like Prada. The former also possesses a variety of cool-girl businesses, like Diesel and Sami Miro Vintage. Additionally, keep an eye on seasoned league players like Skylar Diggins-Smith and Kysre Gondrezick, who are experts in pre-game ensembles. They have both been providing easy interpretations of the “quiet luxury trend” this season.

We’ve collected the greatest of the lot since, with the WNBA season being well under way, it might be challenging to keep up with all the game-day outfits. (In case you’re interested, the ‘fits’ are tracked on an Instagram account.)

Angel Reese donned a fitted outfit from the multi-label store Revolve over the weekend. The Chicago Sky midfielder wore a miniskirt and a cropped jacket from the quirky brand Marrknull. She completed the look with a black tuxedo purse and buckled leather boots. She accessorized with a pair of black square-frame spectacles to complete the set, going with the academic trend of the season.

Another Chicago Sky player, Kysre Gondrezick, is usually trendy. He chose a less-polished version of the traditional pre-game attire. She opted for loose-fitting clothing with an oversized button-up shirt that was left undone to display a lacy bra top. The guard completed his look with similar point-toe heels and a white Hermes Kelly purse. Her vivid red lip provided the ideal splash of color.

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The Los Angeles Sparks forward Cameron Brink deviated from his usual pre-game attire earlier in the season by donning a two-piece leather suit. She wore a matching high-waisted paneled skirt and a lace-up corset top with garter straps. Brink, who suffered an ACL tear during the game on Tuesday, accessorized with big sunglasses and point-toe mules.

Skylar Diggins-Smith, a player for the Seattle Storm, wore a trench coat from the past.
Skylar Diggins-Smith on Instagram
The pinnacle of understated luxury, legendary WNBA player Skylar Diggins-Smith showcased her sense of taste in this understated yet elegant suit. The Seattle Storm guard wore a navy blue trench coat over a white button-up shirt and cuffed pants. She completed the outfit with gold-rimmed sunglasses and a coral-red lip.

Nika Mühl, a rookie with the Seattle Storm, wore an unusual off-duty outfit last week. The Croatian athlete paired a pleated gray miniskirt and motorcycle boots with a vintage patchwork leather biker vest that she refurbished. The cherry on top were her reflective sports sunglasses and huge workout bag.

Caitlin Clark wore a Canadian tuxedo over the weekend that was created by upscale clothing brand Prada. Her rectangular eyeglasses and black leather bag instantly boosted the denim-on-denim look.

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Isabelle Harrison is a fashionista when she’s not playing basketball with the Chicago Sky. The forward made an appearance wearing a graphic T-shirt tied in the back like it was the early 2000s, along with denim cargo pants. With shoes, a fuzzy hat, and a silver chain belt, she matched the Y2K atmosphere, creating an ensemble that was reminiscent of Rihanna from the past.

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