From USA's color-blocked patriotic red, white and blue to Brazil's canary yellow and green and the superhero-inspired lightning bolt look from Mexico. 2014 World Cup Fashion is proving to be a carnival of color. Polished polos, modified henleys, and high V-necks prove that this year could possibly be the most fashionable World Cup to date. We've rounded up our top eight kits, and need your help deciding who should take home the title of Most Fashionable World Cup Team!
Germany (upper left) decided to nod to their 1990 World Cup winning kit because it looks almost identical. White, with shades of red across the chest. The body is a high V-neck and the triple striped neckline pays homage to Adidas.
Brazil remained very traditional utilizing canary yellow as the base color, piped with kelly green as the contrast. The five star embellished logo represents the amount of times they have won the World Cup.
Then we take a look at Portugal. The striped gradient pattern against a classic red base looks streamlined and chic. Nike utilized design details that are simple, electrifying and respect Portugal's history and culture.
Next, we have Argentina's iconic blue and white stripes piped with a black V-neck and sleeve cuffs. The badge of the Argentine Football Association coupled with tonal wavy lines representing the country's flag.
USA (bottom left) never disappoints when it comes to flawless futbol fashion. Color-blocked red, white and blue feels very patriotic and easily stands out. Thirteen red and white stripes inside the neckline represent the original colonies that declared independence and formed the first states.
Switching gears, Mexico's jersey comes with a two-tone green base and features an impressive front graphic lightning bolt representing Mexican power. The Mexican badge is placed on the middle of the shirt as well as the Adidas logo.
While the majority of the teams went with basic crews and V's, the Italians chose a tailored polo. It's a brighter blue compared to the 2013 Confed Cup kit and the golden Puma applications plus the Italian flag provide a nice finishing touch.
Finally, Spain's monochromatic pinstriped red and gold color combination symbolizes passion and success on the field. The Adidas logo and badge are sewn with a glossy gold lurex thread for added bling.
Which team should take home the fashion title? Cast your vote below!