The best and worst opening ceremony outfits from Tokyo 2020

With top designers previously giving their stamp on some of the best opening ceremony outfits including Stella McCartney, Nike and adidas its always exciting to see what some of the nation’s opening ceremony outfits are going to be.

Top three best

Coming up third is Aruba an island in the mid-south of the Caribbean sea, It is a constituent country of the kingdom of the Netherlands.

Dressed in tropical themed blazers which mimic the gradient of its water, paired with white cotton trousers and brimmed hats. Designed by Magaly Maduro who “The design of the uniforms included different elements of sports, culture, and history of Aruba designed in stunning colours”.

In second place is Uganda, looking like royalty.

The woman wore long crimson skirts with yellow detail and yellow tops whilst the men wore yellow scarves with a crisp white, red and black shirt. Designed by Raphael Kasule to mirror Uganda’s rich history and matching perfectly with their nations flag and we loved it.

Taking top spot though is Tonga. Tonga is a Polynesian country located off the coast of Australia and is the only remaining Kingdom in the south Pacific.

Wearing stunning traditional garments such as woven skirts with matching modern elements.

Worst three

Bermuda made a bit of a bad decision with the pink shorts and knee high socks!

We just aren’t a fan of the combinations they decided to go for.   

We have decided that Canada just go for the same thing every year. White pants and red track jackets, we just feel like they could be a little more creative.

And final El Salvador  just ending up looking like a group of pilots and flight attendants with dark blazers with white trim.  

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