The 10 Best Looks From This Year's WNBA Draft

Here where our favorite looks of the night

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Last year it was Charli Collier’s custom-made Sergio Hudson dress and Kysre Gondrezick’s pantsuit that were among some of the outfits that stole the Draft show, and this year, the new WNBA girlies didn’t disappoint again. You had to know these young superstars were gonna show up and show out, especially considering the fact that this was the first in-person draft in three years. While we loved what everybody wore, today we’re giving ourselves the difficult task of narrowing down our top seven. So without further ado, these are our five favorite style moments from last night’s draft.

3. NaLyssa Smith - Indiana Fever

The color red represents the words hot and fire and Smith’s all-red ensemble certainly embodied those words to the fullest. Smith is a tenacious player full of confidence both on and off the court, and she’s also very stylish. We’re looking forward to those tunnel fits for sure.

4. Shakira Austin - Washington Mystics

“Shakira, Shakira” (Beyoncé voice). Austin is headed to the Washington Mystics, and she’s doing so in style. We loved the sheer glitter disco fit Austin rocked last night, which in our opinion, was among the best of the night.

5. Nyara Sabally - Washington Mystics

Sabally’s simple black satin dress look was a stunner. The Washington-bound draftee gave vintage Hollywood with this regal fit.

6. Rae Burrell - Los Angeles Sparks

The simple elegant looks continued with Rae Burrell shining bright in her cream-colored dress. Burrell was selected ninth overall by the Sparks, which means she’ll be heading to sunny Los Angeles to start her career.

7. Nia Clouden - Connecticut Sun

Everything about Nia Clouden’s look last night was perfect. Clouden gave us Carrie Bradshaw with her all-white fit and pink pumps and definitely meant business last night as she officially starts her career with the Connecticut Sun this spring.

8. Kierstan Bell

The eleventh pick pulled up in the fresh velvet green three-piece suit that had everybody eyeballing. The Florida Gulf Coast standout will head to Viva Las Vegas to play alongside A’ja Wilson and the Aces.

9. Naz Hillmon - Atlanta Dream

Naz Hillmon was all smiles in her black halter dress as she prepares to start her career in ATL with the Dream. The Michigan Wolverines star is the school’s all-time leader in rebounds, double-doubles, and free throws, so if her college career is any indication…lookout.

10. Elissa Cunane - Seattle Storm

Absolutely loved the pink cropped blazer and matching pants set that Cunane wore last night. Cunane was selected in the second round by the Seattle Storm after a stellar season with the NC Wolfpack. 

There were loads of incredible fits displayed throughout the course of the evening. We're sure there will be plenty more outfits to showcase as the tunnel fits are set to make their comeback on May 6th as well.

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