Caitlin Clark Had Heads Turning With These Outfits Off The Court

Caitlin Clark Had Heads Turning With These Outfits Off The Court

‘Think Pink’ moment:

Caitlin Clark has proven she can draw lots of eyeballs to basketball games — and the future WNBA star is attracting plenty of attention off the court, too.

In September 2023, Clark and Nike dropped a joint Instagram post featuring Clark sporting an all-pink Nike Tech fleece windrunner and matching jogger set.

Clark signed an endorsement deal with the famous footwear and apparel company in October 2022 and has appeared in several ads for the brand, as well as several others.

The feedback on Clark’s all-pink ensemble was primarily positive, with fans celebrating Clark for stepping out in the bold color. But there were, of course, a few detractors.

One wrote, “Why is it pink? Caitlin could not be less of a pink young lady. Women and girls like other colors. Like yellow, blue, green, red.”

A supporter replied, “Caitlin! Love this. Love the pink! You be you! Silly that ppl are telling you not to wear pink. Strong woman!” On April 3, 2024, the Iowa Women’s Basketball Team posted a photo of Clark sitting playfully behind a drum set, with sticks in hand.

Clark is wearing a casual, long-sleeved black top with sheer sleeves — as well as a $580 Christian Dior Clair D Lune necklace.

Fashion content creator and aspiring stylist Micaela Cacho-Negrete immediately hopped on TikTok to float the theory that Clark might sign an endorsement deal with the designer or even attend the 2024 Met Gala as their guest.

She theorized there had to be a story behind the necklace.

“I’ve never seen this girl in anything designer in her entire life. And she just pulls up to a casual dinner with this Christian Dior necklace.”

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Lady in red:

On April 12, Clark received her second John R. Wooden Award, which is given to the most outstanding college basketball players in the country. She was sure to thank her teammates.

But it wasn’t just the hardware that stole the attention. At the ceremony, Clark dazzled in a red satin wrap dress.

Clark tied the look together with a pair of pointy-toed white high heels. She scored some points for her choice of a closed-toe shoe.

One commenter wrote, “My closed-toe preference is mainly due to my long torso-short leg composition. Do not know if Caitlin has the same issue. But this is a good look.” Clark caused quite the ruckus with her April 13 “Saturday Night Live” debut.

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Letterman jacket on SNL:

“You make a lot of jokes about women’s sports, don’t you, Michael?” Her playful roast of comedian Michael Che had everyone talking, but so did her jacket — an all-black letterman jacket with an “N” on it. The letter had some wondering why she was wearing a Nebraska jacket, but the “N” stood for “Nike,” and according to Nike’s official website, the jacket retails for a cool $550.

Clark was later spotted heading into the “SNL” afterparty wearing a cream-color knit Gucci shirt with wide-leg black pants and black and white Nikes.

Prada draft wear:

Clark arrived at the 2024 WNBA Draft in style, sporting head-to-toe Prada, including a silver rhinestone crop top, white satin shacket and mini-skirt set, black mini bag, acetate sunnies, and a pair of black slingbacks to boot.

Business Insider estimated the total price of Clark’s draft duds rings to be an eye-popping $16,875, which is roughly 22% of her estimated first-year WNBA annual salary. Fortunately for Clark, it doesn’t appear she actually had to cough up the cash.

Her stylist for the evening, Adri Zgirdea, told Marie Claire, “Dressing an athlete for the draft is a first for Prada, and this is obviously a first for Caitlin, too. Both are at the forefront of what they do — it’s almost too perfect.”

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