Yay! Pictures from the Tokyo Players' Press Conference Extravaganza! Is it just me or should the WTA should out a memo to players telling them EXACTLY what the dress code is. I mean, Ana, Dinara, and Lena look like they're going to a cocktail party, Ai Sugiyama looks like she's going to a business meeting, Dani and JJ look like they're in St. Bartz, Momo, Domi, and Agnez look like they're going to the mall, Francesca Schiavone looks like she's going to a concert, and Na Li is wearing army capris.
I find Ana's attempts to dress up adorable because she clearly has no idea what she's doing. It's so relatable.
Oh, honey. You so need a Best Gay. Because here's what my Best Gay would say: "Oh my gosh. What. Are. You. Thinking? You cannot pack a silk dress and then put it on without steaming it first! And don't tell me you "steamed it" by hanging it in the bathroom while the shower was running. Because that shit is a LIE. It doesn't work. And honey, if you're going to wear heels, you need to OWN IT. Don't fucking slouch down like you're embarrassed you're so tall and hot. It's not your fault they decided to put some midget next to you. Augh! I don't even know why I'm friends with you. Sometimes, it's embarrassing! Cute Prada clutch though!"
So you're in good company.
Uh, this picture is AMAZING. Why? Ok, I do this all the time. I'll be dressed up for a wedding or something and I'll just be sitting there minding my own business, zoning off on some random thought, and without thinking, I relax, slouch down a bit, and then RELAX MY ABS SO THAT MY GUT IS TOTALLY HANGING OUT. Because yes, I (and apparently Ana) have to think about it to make sure my gut doesn't hang out. I have said it once and I will say it again: BABY ELEPHANT RULES!!!
AI and Company sharing what looks like a very genuine laugh about something. You know, for someone who is French and therefore ostensibly up to date (whether she likes it or not) on fashion trends, the fact that Momo still wears a scrunchy baffles me.
When will the WTA learn? You put MaKiri in the front row. It doesn't matter what her ranking is, it doesn't matter how successful she is, it doesn't matter if she's even there to play. Front Row. Always. Come on!