Team USA’s PyeongChang 2018 athletes got cozy during the opening ceremony wearing red, white, and blue beanie and fringed, suede gloves. The colorful outfits will certainly get them props as they represent the United States, but they’ll also be warm on cold nights.
Made-by-Us wrap dress
This Made-by-Us wrap dress is ideal for a Colosseum costume. It is made of brilliant white fabric and has faux leather accents. The gold stamped leaf print is also included. A belt with a hook and flexible gauntlets complete the look.
Each dress costs around $1,000-$1,500 and is sent to Chen via FedEx to her home in Colorado, where she has been living for the past couple of years. Tseng spent four days sewing each dress, spending upwards of 20 hours a day. She then sewed another dress for her daughter.
If you’re not the Olympic type, you can also dress up as a former athlete. This is a great way for you to show your pride and celebrate your gold-medal win. Luckily, there are a number of inexpensive Olympic costumes that will keep you looking fantastic!
The 1984 Winter Olympics were a huge success for both the United States and Canada. The United States team, led by Sarah Hughes, won gold and the Czech Republic took silver and bronze. The Canadian team, represented by Karen Magnussen, took home the silver medal. During the Games, she was honored with an Officer of the Order of Canada.
Serena Williams’ olympic dress
Serena Williams is one of the most popular athletes of all time. And she’s always looking gorgeous in her Olympic costumes. Yesterday, she shared a video of herself and her tennis partner Olympia Ohanian Jr. in a sparkly outfit that gave off a “Little House on the Prairie” vibe. It had puffy sleeves and a ruffled edge, as Olympia Ohanian would have.
The most prominent accessory was a pair of black and white pumps with gold embellishments. The rose gold diamond swoosh sign was featured on Williams’ Nike shoes. Other recent outfits by Williams include a black short bodysuit at the 2019 U.S. Open, a shorter version of the controversial outfit she wore a year earlier. It was considered too risque at the time and was banned from the French Open.
Serena’s dress designer said that the gown was inspired from figure skating costumes. It featured six layers, a reference to the number of US Open titles she has won. Her outfit was completed by a detachable train. The dress was paired perfectly with diamond-embedded sneakers, and a jeweled headband. The shoelaces were decorated with a total of 400 diamonds.
Serena Williams’ French Open outfit ruffled some feathers, but she didn’t care. While the French Open explicitly states that competitors should wear all-white, a discreet print never hurts. Williams wore a similar jumpsuit in black at Flushing Meadows 2002.