Tennis fashion has not only become a topic of conversation but it's also become a full-blown trend. Serena Williams has been consistently innovating and pushing conventions in this category for decades, since her training days in the early '90s. Over 27 years in the sports world's spotlight, Williams hasn't repeated a single look for her major matches. Let us take a look back at Williams' most epic tennis outfits of all time.
An 11-year-old Williams trains in a floral two-piece set.
Even before the sponsorships from the biggest brands in sportswear, Williams played tennis in floral patterns and flouncy skirts.
Williams wears her first catsuit by Puma.
Williams walked away from the 2002 U.S. Open with her second singles title at the event and her first splashy catsuit moment.
Williams wears a black Nike tank top and denim skirt.
Denim? For tennis? Williams proved it's possible at the 2004 U.S. Open, when she arrived to the court wearing an outfit she described to The Telegraph as inspired by James Dean.
Williams wins her first Australian Open title in a neon green and white "transform dress" by Nike.
With the 2005 Australian Open, Williams marked the launch of her first design collaboration with Nike, The Serena Williams Collection.
Williams Suits up.
Williams found a creative way to interpret Wimbledon's all-white dress code yet again in 2013. She began the tournament in a classic white dress designed by Nike, but appeared in the final wearing a matching blazer.