Serena Williams Totally Nails It on the Wimbledon Courts

06/24/2011 at 01:30 PM ET

Serena Williams Wimbledon NailsJulian Finney/Getty

She won her two first Wimbledon matches this week, making her return to tennis quite official. And naturally, Serena Williams did it all in style. Hitting the clay in a breezy white dress, Williams accessorized with some bright nails that came courtesy of her OPI collection. Using colors from her Glam Slam! England duo sets (a follow-up to Glam Slam! France and Australia), Williams used Grape … Set … Match, a bright purple with indigo and pink shimmer, on all but one nail of each hand. The remaining nails were polished in the metallic silver Your Royal Shine-Ness. Then, she covered all of her nails with Servin’ Up Sparkle, a shimmering top coat packed with holographic glittery. Talk about a bright idea! Glam Slam! England hits shelves this month; look for the next nail polish set to be released in August, in conjunction with the U.S. Open. Tell us: What do you think of Williams’s sparkly nails?

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