Best look from Friday’s orange carpet

WNBA players have been stunned by the combination of their wardrobes throughout the season, so it’s no surprise that exceptional outfits continue to be worn at the league’s Orange Carpet event during the All-Star Weekend.

The stars of “The W” came to the center in Chicago on Friday as many players wore shiny costumes. There were so many great looks that it was hard to choose anyone as the best of the night. But some players drew attention to their costume choices.

Sue Bird of the Seattle Storm appeared on the runway with blazers and dope sneakers, while Dallas Wings star Eric Ogunbovale put on silky cute things with her dress.

Check out those fits from Friday’s festivities on the orange carpet and more:

Harrison came on the orange carpet in collaboration with Jordan and Kim Shui. The Jumpman logo necklace complemented her look with black shades and hoop earrings.

Ogunbovale wore a green silk dress and a necklace with his brand logo as a charm.

Bird, who will play his final All-Star Game on Sunday, had a Yves Saint Laurent blazer, two tone pants and an Air Jordan 1.

Ogwmike kept things alive with her pink look at Friday’s show.

The hood worn by Guerentes is just a jaw drop

Howard wore a custom letterman jacket in honor of his friend and former Kentucky Wildcats player Terrence Clark. Clark died in a car accident in April 2021.

This jacket is designed by designer John Thomas, who has created similar outfits for different WNBA stars.

Hamby matched the denim-focused fit on the orange carpet with her daughter Amaya.

Bonner came in an attractive outfit while Thomas came in an impressive suit.

Lloyd pulled out the top-tier shoes by pulling up to the orange carpet in a pair of “Dior” Jordan 1s.

Friday was Copper All-Adidas, featured in the sports apparel company’s romper.

Parker, from Illinois, walked the orange carpet in a green silk suit.

A fit featuring Gucci and Adidas? A fantastic combination of wheelers.

Young found the right color for his blue suit.

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