Aces and Sun players have dressed to impress the entire season, and the Finals are no exception. League MVP A'ja Wilson is known for her eye-catching fashion statements, as are teammates Chelsea Gray, Kelsey Plum and Jackie Young. The Sun's DiJonai Carrington always brings her interesting flavor to the pregame runway, while Courtney Williams and Jonquel Jones stand out with their color coordination and striking patterns.
What wardrobe selections did the stars have in store for the championship round?
Here's a look at the best outfits from the WNBA Finals, which began last Sunday:
One win stands between the Aces and the first championship in franchise history. If Wilson & Co. are feeling the pressure, they're not showing it. The same could be said of the Connecticut stars.
Sun and Aces players pulled out the eye-catching fits ahead of Game 3, led by Carrington's double-patterned ensemble.
It's GO TIME 😎— WNBA (@WNBA) September 15, 2022
Can the @ConnecticutSun force a Game 4, or will the @LVAces be crowned #WNBAChamps 👀
Tune in to @ESPN at 9pm/ET to find out 📺
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Sun star Jasmine Thomas, who is out due to an ACL injury, wore a custom WNBA jacket designed by 14-year-old basketball player and fashion designer Isabella Escribano. Isabella is the architect behind the widely popular Brittney Griner apparel players have worn throughout the season, according to the New York Times.
Gray rocked a T-shirt with Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant pictured on it, and Young donned an outstanding jacket/skirt combination ahead of Game 2.
Wilson complemented her casual fit with a Louis Vuitton handbag, and Sydney Colson opted for an all-leather look.
Wilson and Williams both represented their squads with stylish ensembles.