Skip to content Skip to footer
0 items - $0.00 0

WNBA playoffs 2022 – Best outfits from the first round – ESPN

In anticipation of the 2022 WNBA playoffs, check out some of the most electric postseason endings from over the years. (1:21)
The WNBA playoffs are here and the action on the court is sure to keep fans entertained. The fits off the court also will turn some heads.
A number of stars in “The W” showed off with their wardrobe prior to the postseason. Las Vegas Aces forward A’ja Wilson donned a number of jerseys paying tribute to sports icons of the past and present. Teammates Kelsey Plum, Chelsea Gray and Dearica Hamby also wore some exceptional outfits throughout the regular season. What could the WNBA’s No. 1 team have in store for the playoffs in terms of style?
Read more: WNBA first round playoff predictions
The New York Liberty‘s playoff berth means more exceptional fits from forward Michaela Onyenwere and guard Sabrina Ionescu. Fans also can expect Dallas Wings players Marina Mabrey and Isabelle Harrison to keep things intriguing, as both have worn a variety of sharp fits this season.
From ESPN’s award-winning documentary series. Watch on ESPN+
But the fashion matchup of the first round could be the Seattle Storm vs. Washington Mystics, wherein Natasha Cloud, Alysha Clark, Jewell Loyd and Sue Bird might unveil some eye-catching combinations.
Here are some of the best styles worn by WNBA players during the first round of the playoffs:
Game 1
Sun guard DiJonai Carrington showed up at Thursday’s game against the Wings rocking camouflage pants and a handbag from Italian fashion house Valentino.
Playoff Nai, fueled by @dunkindonuts 🥤@DijonaiVictoria | #CTSun pic.twitter.com/LFJXMk5mx5
Rookie Nia Clouden also arrived at Connecticut’s Mohegan Sun Arena wearing pants with an eye-catching design.
Rookie’s first playoff game 🧡 #CTSun pic.twitter.com/SDJgbSSyvM
Wings center Charli Collier sported a Nike/Cactus Plant Flea Market shirt and a pair of Air Jordan 2s ahead of Game 1. Harrison kept things clean with an all-white ensemble, and guard Kayla Thornton repped the Chicago Bulls. Forward Satou Sabally also impressed with her white and light blue combination.
Makin’ big moves out here! pic.twitter.com/ChuUazL40D
Dallas guard Veronica Burton and center Awak Kuier sported matching team hoodies, because what’s better than twinning with your teammate?
tWINNING pic.twitter.com/qtUUGTyZJ6
Game 1
Mercury star Diamond DeShields arrived to Wednesday’s game dressed in a green silk shirt and pants of the same hue. Her necklace also stood out because of its bling factor.
Just a Diamond in emerald tones. pic.twitter.com/N1MkwK4r41
For the Aces, Gray’s outfit featured a variety of colors and a fresh pair of shades. Her backcourt teammate Plum wore a shirt with a clear message ahead of Game 1.
The steez is unmatched.@cgray209 // #RaiseTheStakes pic.twitter.com/QeTUt7Qmiq
The shirt says it all.@Kelseyplum10 // #RaiseTheStakes pic.twitter.com/kuOm0mt06B
Wilson was all business with an all-black look but added some chic sunglasses adorned with colorful stones and a Yves Saint Laurent handbag.
Business ⬛️@_ajawilson22 // #RaiseTheStakes pic.twitter.com/4rxosZQjCU
Rookie Aisha Sheppard wore a graphic t-shirt with Anderson .Paak and Bruno Mars of the musical super duo Silk Sonic pictured on it.
Game 1
Onyenwere arrived at Chicago’s Wintrust Arena on Wednesday wearing a throwback Teresa Weatherspoon Liberty jersey, while Natasha Howard donned an all-white Scottie Pippen Chicago Bulls jersey, Air Jordan 4s and some impressive jewelry around her neck.
𝑨𝒏𝒐𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 𝒂𝒏𝒈𝒍𝒆 𝒐𝒇 𝒕𝒉𝒆 𝒕𝒉𝒓𝒐𝒘𝒃𝒂𝒄𝒌𝒔✌️ pic.twitter.com/FoxUcNQ6IP
Sky guard Dana Evans took color coordination to another level with her neon pink and light blue ensemble ahead of Game 1. Teammate Ruthy Hebard also came dressed in business casual attire, but Courtney Vandersloot and Allie Quigley opted for relaxed, tie-dye-centric looks.
Forward Candace Parker sported pants with an exciting pattern, and Kahleah Copper‘s vibrant fit featured yellow pants.
We’re ready…but are you, #skytown? pic.twitter.com/ixeP1d4GbM


Leave a comment