Olympic metallics

Are you a gold, silver or bronze? We’d all want to win gold in the Olympics, right? But which of the Olympic metallics would you prefer to wear? Gold, silver, or bronze.

Gorgeous gold is the winner in the Olympics, and maybe the winner in the Olympic metallics choice for you. Sparkles, sequins, metallic, patent, leather, and, well, more sparkle. We love gold. It looks fantastic on all skintones. It works in summer and winter, and it can look classy and uber-casual. Team with denim, more gold or browns to bring it out at the top of the podium, its rightful place.

Olypic metallics gold

Clockwise, from left: Sequin dress, £199, Debut @ Debenhams, gold slip dress, £27.99, New Look, gold dotty skirt, £19.99, H&M, gold leather shoes, £39.99, New Look, gold and black bag, £25, Debenhams.

Silver means second place in Rio – no athlete at this year’s Olympic Games will want that. But we say silver is perfect – bring on this Olympic metallic. Perfect with grey and white, black and denim. Super stylish and uber-cool.

Olympic metallics silver

Clockwise, from top left: Silver loafers, £29.99, New Look, sequin skirt, £65, RJR John Rocha @ Debenhams, silver detail sweatshirt, £tbc, New Look, mules, £24.99, H&M, belt, £3.99, H&M, pleated skirt, £24.99, New Look

Finally, bronze. Bottom of the podium, but not at the bottom of our Olympic metallic fashion round-up. bronze is a great autumnal shade, but also perfect for summer. Add more interest with pleats and texture. And if you only want a hint of metallics, add an accessory.

Olympic metallics bronze

Clockwise, from top left: Bronze clutch bag, £15.99, New Look, bronze buckle bag, £14.99, H&M, contrast heel shoes, £34.99, New Look, bronze pleated top, £12.99, block heel sandals, £24.99, New Look, pleated skirt, £22.99, New Look