WNBA players have dazzled all season long with their wardrobe combinations, so it's no surprise the exceptional attire continued at the league's orange carpet event during All-Star Weekend.
The stars of "The W" took center stage in Chicago on Friday as a number of players wore eye-catching apparel. There were so many great looks that it isn't fair to pick one as the best of the night. But a few players did garner attention for their outfit choices.
Here's a look at those fits and more from Friday's festivities on the orange carpet:
Harrison arrived in a Jordan and Kim Shui collaboration. A necklace featuring the Jumpman logo accompanied her look, which was also accessorized with black shades and hoop earrings.
Arike Ogunbowale, Dallas Wings
Ogunbowale donned a green silk outfit and a necklace with her brand logo as the charm.
Bird, who will be participating in her final All-Star Game Sunday, sported an Yves Saint Laurent blazer, two-toned pants and Air Jordan 1s.
Ogwumike kept things vibrant with her pink look at Friday's event.
The hooded shawl Guirantes wore is simply jaw-dropping.
Howard sported a custom letterman jacket to honor her friend and former Kentucky Wildcats player Terrence Clarke. Clarke died in a car accident in April 2021.
The jacket was made by designer John Thomas, who has made similar apparel for various WNBA stars.
Hamby matched her daughter Amaya with denim-centric fits on the orange carpet.
Bonner arrived in a sparkly dress, while Thomas came in an impressive suit.
Loyd brought out top-tier footwear, pulling up to the orange carpet in a pair of "Dior" Jordan 1s.
Copper was all-Adidas on Friday, showing up in a romper from the sports apparel company.
Candace Parker, Chicago Sky
Parker, who is from Illinois, came to the orange carpet styled in a green silk suit.
A fit featuring Gucci and Adidas? An exceptional combination by Wheeler.
Young found the perfect color to complement her blue jacket.