A Fine case of “If you’ve got it, flaunt it!”

Serena in U.S. Open Fashion Stir
World No. 1 Serena Williams created a fashion stir during her 6-2 6-3 first-round win Monday over fellow American Corina Morariu at the U.S. Open.
Stepping out onto the Arthur Ashe court in a short-legged, all-in-one, black leather-look, skin-tight outfit with pink wristbands and a diamond tiara, the younger Williams exposed her personality and whole lot more to the large opening day crowd.
While immediate reviews seemed split, the Williams family fashion critic and design student, Venus, gave her sibling the stamp of approval.
“She (Venus) really liked it,” said Serena. “She said it was a great outfit. It is really fun and really exciting and very sexy … I mean she just basically described me.”
Two years ago, it was Venus who made a fashion statement at the Australian Open with a plunging, halter-top design that also revealed more of the American’s charms than maybe was intended.
Serena acknowledged that her outfit would not be to everyone’s taste.
“This is a cat suit, it’s made of Lycra and it’s supposed to have the illusion of looking a little bit like leather from a distance,” said Serena. “It sticks to the body, it really sticks to what type of shape you have.
“If you don’t have a decent shape this isn’t the best outfit to have.”