The Olympics Opening Ceremonies Outfits You Have to See
The athletes' pinstripe jackets have a hidden secret: the lining features the names of the country's past Olympic medalists.
No, the bold tops aren't a nod to the checkered flag of the Indy 500, but the country's flag and similar soccer uniforms.
In 2014, their maple leaf mittens earned buzz, and this year, the nation went bold with its symbol, planting it firmly (and largely) on its back.
We imagine these dresses will be on Rent the Runway in the weeks ahead.
Another team going the cute, summery dress and seasonal hat route – and we approve.
The Ralph Lauren-designed uniforms were pretty standard, but Michael Phelps' is better from the back: the letters 'USA' on his blazer light up.
The sea blue blazers and sun hats make us want to book a vacation stat.
One of the few nations to go for a bold pattern, with statement-making pants.
As in past years, the members of Bermuda's Olympic team wear a classic: Bermuda shorts!
We interrupt this slideshow to give you this photo of shirtless taekwondo competitor Pita Nikolas Taufatofua.
Representatives in elaborate costumes and headdresses join the nation's athletes, wearing the country's colors on symbolic suits.
Nope it's not a Snapchat filter – they're wearing legit flower crowns.
Orange you glad you got to see these bright outfits?
So this one technically isn't the uniform of a nation, but we've gotta give the Brazilian bike riders – who led each nation through Macaranã Stadium – some recognition for their colorful outfits and cool rides.