Sue Bird the latest WNBA star to sport fashionable fit on pregame runway

The WNBA season has given fans plenty to talk about so far. The Commissioner's Cup championship game between the Las Vegas Aces and Chicago Sky is set to take place on July 26. Both squads are among the league's elite teams, with the Aces sitting at No. 1 in the standings with a considerable cushion. The rest of the rankings show a bundle of teams fighting for seeding in the middle of the pack, while others toward the bottom hope to turn their seasons around before it's too late.

Another point of conversation this year has been outfit selections by players. The pregame runway has become home to a variety of eye-catching attire like custom jerseys, jackets and accessories. Last week, players across the association merged casual with classy, honored pop culture icons and promoted positivity through their clothing.

This week, the looks continued to impress across The W. Some of the styles that stood out from the rest include colorful blazers and more jerseys.

Here's a rundown of the best looks from the WNBA:

Sue Bird, Gabby Williams and Jewell Loyd, Seattle Storm

Bird rocked a floral-themed outfit and Williams decided on a teal blue combination for their game against the Los Angeles Sparks on Saturday.

Loyd sported an alternate Toronto Maple Leafs jersey created by Justin Bieber's Drew House streetwear brand.

Chelsea Gray, Dearica Hamby, Kelsey Plum, and A'ja Wilson, Las Vegas Aces

The Aces stepped out Tuesday night with many impressive fits. Gray donned an Oakland Athletics jersey. Her hometown of Hayward, California, is roughly a 20-minute drive from Oakland.

Hamby sported some two-patterned pants to the game Tuesday against the Chicago Sky.

Plum showed up at the Michelob Ultra Arena wearing a leather green suit jacket and white bottoms.

Wilson, who won her third Western Conference Player of the Week award of the season Tuesday, sported a vibrant velour Nike fit to her team's matchup with the Sky.

Sue Bird, Breanna Stewart and Jewell Loyd, Seattle Storm

The jacket game for the Storm was on point Sunday. Bird rocket a checkered blazer with matching pants while Stewart arrived at the Barclays Center in a vibrant trench coat.

Loyd wore the classic edition jersey of Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving.

DiJonai Carrington, Connecticut Sun

Carrington showed love to her father, Darren, on Father's Day, rocking a Los Angeles Chargers jersey with his number on it. The elder Carrington played safety with the Chargers from 1991 to 1994, even starting for the team in Super Bowl XXIX.

Alysha Clark, Washington Mystics

From the patterns to the nail colors, Clark's Sunday fit was all about the details.

Indiana Fever

Fever players wore all-black fits on Sunday to celebrate Juneteenth, the holiday that recognizes the ending of slavery in the United States.

Arike Ogunbowale, Marina Mabrey, Tyasha Harris and Satou Sabally, Dallas Wings

Ogunbowale, Mabrey and Harris all showed solidarity for Phoenix Mercury star Brittney Griner by wearing "We are BG" shirts ahead of Sunday's game against the Sparks. Griner has been in Russian detention since February after being arrested in a Moscow-area airport.

Sabally wore a shirt celebrating Juneteenth to Sunday's game.

Chelsea Gray and Jackie Young, Las Vegas Aces

Nothing says couple goals more than rocking matching outfits. Gray and her wife Tipesa Moorer arrived at the Aces' game against the Lynx on Sunday donning Adidas rompers.

Young's look on Sunday stood out from the rest as she rocked a vibrant floral-patterned blazer along with a pair of ripped jeans.