clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

What 32 Nations Will Wear to the Olympic Opening Ceremonies

New, 17 comments

Racked is no longer publishing. Thank you to everyone who read our work over the years. The archives will remain available here; for new stories, head over to Vox.com, where our staff is covering consumer culture for The Goods by Vox. You can also see what we’re up to by signing up here.

Image courtesy of the Latvian National Olympic Committee

Good news, guys. The kind-of-strange Ralph Lauren patchwork cardigan that the United States is wearing to the Olympic Opening Ceremony will fit right in next to every other nation's personal brand of crazy patriotic. The looks will include fur-trimmed Christmas coats, Olympic-themed face masks, and blindingly-colorful prints. From Azerbaijan to Kazakhstan to Mongolia, we pulled together 32 of the best Olympic uniforms we're going to see in Sochi. That cardigan may be sold out already, but many more kooky shopping options await.—Erika Graham


Images via Sochi2014.olympics.com.au.

Australia
Designer: Karbon


Image via Azernews.az.

Azerbaijan
Designer: Larusmiani


Images courtesy of the Belarusian National Olympic Committee

Belarus
Designer: Audimas (Uniform), Salomon (Footwear), Galanteya (Bags)


Image courtesy of the Brazilian National Olympic Committee

Brazil
Designer: Nike


Images courtesy of the Bulgarian National Olympic Committee

Bulgaria
Designer: AGRESSIA (Official uniforms), VIST (Sport uniforms)


Images via montrealgazette.com

Canada
Designer: Hudson's Bay


Images courtesy of the Croatian National Olympic Committee

Croatia
Designer: Colmar


Image via theguardian.com

Czech Republic


Image via fashionmagazine.com

Estonia
Designer: Monton


Images courtesy of the French National Olympic Committee

France
Designer: Lacoste


Images courtesy of the German National Olympic Committee Picture Alliance

Germany
Designer: Bogner (Opening and Closing Ceremony uniforms), Adidas (General supplier), Sioux (shoes)


Images courtesy of Adidas

Great Britain
Designer: Adidas


Images courtesy of Fila

Hong Kong
Designer: Fila


Image via fashiontimes.com

Italy
Designer: Armani


Images via fashion-headline.com

Japan
Designer: Daimaru Matsuzakaya


Images via tengrinews.kz

Kazakhstan
Designer: KazSPO-N


Images courtesy of the Latvian National Olympic Committee

Latvia
Designers: Natalija Jansone and Gvido Zalitis


Images via nbcolympics.com

Mexico
Designer: Kappa


Images via infomongolia.com

Mongolia
Designer: Stefano Ughetti (Ceremonial costumes), Goyo (General outfitter)


Images courtesy of the Dutch National Olympic Committee

Netherlands
Designer: ASICS (Sport uniforms), Suitsupply (Reception uniforms)


Images via NZ Olympics Facebook page

New Zealand
Designer: Mons Royale


Images courtesy of the Norwegian National Olympic Committee

Norway
Designer: Phenix, Moods of Norway, and Dale of Norway


Image via Huffington Post

Poland


Images via nbcolympics.com

Russia
Designer: Bosco


Images courtesy of the Serbian National Olympic Committee

Serbia
Designer: Bosco


Images by Jan Sukup, courtesy of the Slovak Olympic Committee

Slovakia
Designer: Intersport (Outer uniforms), Sportcool (Sweaters, caps, gloves)


Images courtesy of the Slovenian Olympic Committee

Slovenia
Designer: Sandi Murovec, manufactured by Peak


Image via olympic.ca

South Korea


Images courtesy of the Swedish Olympic Committee

Sweden
Designer: H&M


Images courtesy of the Swiss Olympic Committee

Switzerland
Designer: Ochsner Sport, Descente (skijacket and trousers)


Images courtesy of the Ukranian Olympic Committee

Ukraine
Designer: Bosco


Images via Huffington Post

United States
Designer: Ralph Lauren

· 20 Hot Guys to Watch Out For During the Sochi Olympics [Racked]
· Here's A Heterosexual Figure Skater Outfit According to SNL [Racked]


WATCH: A LOOK AT OLYMPIC UNIFORMS