Rio 2016 Olympic opening ceremony: Which countries were best dressed?
You've seen our take on the worst dressed in the Olympics opening ceremony - now see who brought the best style to Rio.
* 13 worst-dressed countries at the opening ceremony
* A fashion critique of the New Zealand Olympic uniform for Rio 2016
* New Zealand Olympic uniforms for Rio revealed
* Best and worst Olympic uniforms through the years
CAYMAN ISLANDS: With their unassuming straw hats and little cotton dresses they look like they're on holiday.
DENMARK: Gigi Hadid meets Princess Mary.
Simple red with a bold white sneaker, it's a blue blazer, but the cut makes it seem like a dark wash denim.
UNITED STATES: The US took Opening Ceremony style to a new level this year.
Their Ralph Lauren numbers had more red, white and blue than Taylor Swift's 4th of July party.
COOK ISLANDS: Great green column dresses teamed with fresh flower crowns.
The female athletes look like they've just come from a beach wedding.
MALDIVES: More like Mal-divas.
A great gold and red combo with glitzy accessories.
THE NETHERLANDS: They look like what Germany were trying to achieve - simple grey red and blue colour palette.
Just like a COS catalogue.
TONGA: WITH ABS LIKE THAT WHO NEEDS A UNIFORM?
Tongan flagbearer Pita Taufatofua and his well oiled torso became the stars of the athletes' parade.
SIERRA LEONE: One word for this dress: wearable.
The nautical number can take you from day to night or Olympic Opening Ceremony to a cousin's wedding.
RUSSIA: How do you bounce back from a doping scandal?
Put on a happy face and a red velvet bow tie, that's how.