What you need to know this instant.

FOR:
style

Great Olympic Style Moments

In case you couldn't tell, we're really, really excited for the London Olympics to kick off. And until July 27 rolls around, bringing with it tons of television coverage of our favorite athletes, we'll be taking a look back at some of the best sporty style moments of all time.

Click through for 10 of our favorite Olympic fashion statements from the past several decades, from Florence Griffith-Joyner's sparkling manicures to Bruce Jenner's almost-indecently-short running shorts to Nancy Kerrigan's designer skating costumes. Are you hearing that trumpet-centric Olympic theme yet? Because we sure are.

Dorothy Hamill's Bowl Cut

This iconic figure skater snagged the gold medal at the 1976 Winter Games—and became just as famous for her signature graduated bowl cut hairstyle as for her triple axels. The cut continues to be popular amongst toddlers today, though perhaps not by their choice.

Getty Images

Keep up with the Lucky team on Twitter:

FILED UNDER
style
KEYWORDS
style

more on luckymag.com

Alert! Baublebar Has Emoji Bracelets Now!

Wear your heart—or rather, your lovestruck cat—on your sleeve with Baublebar's new emoji bracelets.

Seven Style And Beauty Secrets We Learned Last Week

From the biggest trends of 2014 to the best travel blow dryers, here's what we learned this week!

The Foolproof Saturday Outfit You Already Own

High-rise skinny jeans, white tee, grey gym class hoodie, simple black footwear—when you break it down, the core of this outfit is basics, many of which you already own. Click through to see why this look still stands out.

Drugstore Beauty Buy: An Undereye Cream That Works While You're Sleeping

A few dabs of this lightweight cream, which contains caffeine, hyaluronic acid and smoothing essential oils, and you'll wake up seeing the depuffed, hydrated difference.

Petra Langerova: The Everlane Aesthete

As the head designer for fashion's favorite socially-conscious e-tailer, Petra Langerova is making simplicity more covetable than ever.