The Olympics are well under way, and if there’s one thing the Opening Ceremonies taught us (besides that the Queen would make a great cameo in the next James Bond film), it’s that every country showed their Olympic pride through their super stylish uniforms. Even though many of us aren’t lucky enough to be spectators, we can certainly dress like one. In honor of the 2012 London Games, here are 12 festive pieces to show your Team USA spirit and medal-winning style.
These shoes were originally made for the 1972 Olympics, and are back just in time as a limited-edition pair for the London Games. A great pair of sneaks that will take you beyond the gym.
A sporty style that’ll take you to the event arena and to the afterparties. Nautical-inspired and oh-so-perfect for summer.
This red, white and blue accessory is a simply way to show your pride and looks perfect as a stacked piece.
Sport the brand’s iconic slogan while exercising in style.
So Parisian chic and completely versatile.
An American classic, these sunnies are the ultimate spectator shades.
Such a cool pair of kicks in a pretty grey shade and bright blue laces.
Ralph Lauren designed Team USA’s uniforms, and while there was controversy surrounding the design process, I could not have been more proud of my country when the athletes walked through the stadium in the Opening Ceremonies. Even if you’re not a world-class athlete, Lauren created a limited-edition collection so you can sport the uniform and at least pretend you’re there.
The nail company launched an exclusive trio of metallic polishes in gold, silver and bronze for medal-winning tips and toes.
There’s nothing more American than sporting an American flag tank for #TeamUSA. Take a peek at more Americana styles here.
Gap got into the Olympic spirit with a new collection of vintage-inspired t-shirts and tanks designed for the events. The pieces feature cool prints and logos from Olympics past and mesh well with denim cut-offs and flat sandals.
The perfect patriotic topper to take your nails from ordinary to style Olympian.