Fashion at the Olympics is a thing. The Olympics opening ceremony was today and there was a lot to look at. Even though there weren’t any fans in the stands (thanks Covid-19) you could still people watch the camera pans of athletics. While watching I noticed some awesome hats, fashion wins and well, Togna. (Yum)
The legacy of Tokyo 1964 lives on at #Tokyo2020— #Tokyo2020 (@Tokyo2020) July 23, 2021
These Olympic Rings were crafted with wood grown from trees that were planted by athletes 5⃣7⃣ years ago when the #Olympics first came to Tokyo🌳#StrongerTogether | #OpeningCeremony #UnitedByEmotion pic.twitter.com/Z1n0HCNK5h
While each of the countries walked through the arches, I noticed Japan, the Philippines, and Malasia had some attendees wearing some awesome bucket hats. Some of them even had a small plastic shield around the rim. It even looked like the essential workers in green at the event were rocking the bucket hats. You can check out some photos of these swag hats below.
The hosts are in the house! #JPN— Olympics (@Olympics) July 23, 2021
The athletes of the #Tokyo2020 host nation, Japan, enter the stadium, led by wrestler Susaki Yui and basketball player Hachimura Rui. 🇯🇵#OpeningCeremony #StrongerTogether @Japan_Olympic pic.twitter.com/4Io7QcroEi
In addition, I have to give a big win to my country the United States of America. They are 100% one of my other favorite looks. I’m not sure who decided this fashion choice but thank you. Team U.S.A. walked out with dark blue blazers, capri pants, sneakers, and blue and white striped shirts. I kinda got the vibe that our team looked like a yacht team, but I dug it. I am always been a fan of sailor stripes and a capri pants suit.