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These Sexy Clubwear are the best and worst outfits from the Rio Olympics opening ceremony

Date 07/10/17 13:42 Views 54 Сomments 0

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THE Olympics Sexy Clubwear are only just beginning, but lucky viewers have already had their chance to judge the first national contest - who was wearing the best outfit at the opening ceremony?

Although the fireworks inside the Maracana Stadium were stunning, Wholesale Babydoll Lingerie all eyes were on the competitors' wardrobe choices as some of the world's best athletes marched into the stadium.

Reuters The opening ceremony was an eye-catching affair, although all eyes were on these audacious outfitsAnd whilst some athletes scooped an early fashion gold, others fell at the first hurdle, as the national outfits fell under instant, and often hilarious, social media scrutiny.

As the eagerly-awaited games begin in earnest, here's our take on the best and worst of opening ceremony fashion from the first night of the Rio Olympics.

The best: TongaNeed we say anything here? As far as social media was concerned, this slick Tongan stole the show as he carried his nation's flag into the arena.

Topless Taekwondo athlete Pita Taukatofua won over viewers after strutting into the stadium and flaunting his muscular, oil-drenched physique for the cameras.

Reuters This oily Tongan stole the show, as far as swooning social media users were concernedCanadaWhilst swooning fans claimed Tonga had the best getup, genuine fashion experts were more impressed with the Canadian team's outfits.

A patriotic maple leaf adorns the back of the athletes' blazers, which come in a proud shade of Canadian red.

Getty Images The Canadian procession rocked an eye-catching red, and were widely praised by fashionistas and armchair experts alikeGetty Images The red blazers boasted patriotic white maple leaves on the back, which helped to complete the impressive imageGreat BritainThis year, our national garb went down well with most viewers, who praised the uniform for being bold and modern.

Getty Images Led by Andy Murray, the British procession wore stylish white and blue outfits, which were widely praised by viewersIndonesiaFans loved this regal Indonesian garb, which paired eye-catching golden crowns with traditional red and white outfits.

Reuters The Indonesian effort combined red and white dress with golden crowns, in the most regal outfit of the ceremonyMozambiqueAfter being a bit taken aback at first, many fans quickly warmed to this memorable look from Mozambique.

Although others claimed it looked like the interior of an old car, scores of fans praised the bold chequered choice, which certainly stood out amid a colourful ceremony.

Reuters Despite dividing opinion at first, this effort has been praised by social media viewers, even if fashion experts aren't so sureSouth KoreaRocking the preppy school look, South Korean athletes were praised on social media for their smart, matching uniforms.

Getty Images The preppy South Korean team won over viewers with their coordinated and neat fashion choicesThe worst: GermanyA true fashion disaster, the German side looked drab and unremarkable thanks to the overpowering greys of their skirts and thermal leggings, which were hardly appropriate for the Brazilian heat.

Getty Images This German effort featured fifty shades of grey, with hardly any colour to spice up their attireChinaThis is the garish outfit which looked so bad that it started a trend on Chinese social media site, Weibo.


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