The award-winning team have won the hearts of America with their dancing skills, partnership, and, above all, their fashion! See the most stylish looks & VOTE for your favorite right here.
Ice dancing is fun to watch for the most obvious reason: the performing — however, the Olympic fans are always excited to see the flashy costumes and fierce moves. Some of the outfits can be a bit over the top, but newly crowned Olympic Gold Medalists, Meryl Davis, 27, and Charlie White, 26, were the Olympic picture of perfection! Although they did have some competition when it came to their style.
Meryl Davis’ Ice Dancing Costume — Olympic Skater Costumes:
While bringing home the gold in Ice Dancing for the first time in American history, the dynamic duo has been dubbed, “The Real Life Disney Prince and Princess”– and their sparkling costumes really helped add to the magical theme! Meryl looked completely stunning in her beautifully bedazzled lavender costume, as Charlie’s Prince Charming look complemented hers perfectly.
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Complete with stunning purple fabric, sheer midriff detailing and eye-catching jewels, Meryl really did look like a real-life Princess during her award-winning performance. Alongside the beauty her partner, Charlie, looked extremely dapper in a black and purple embroidered costume that matched her costume so well. After an astonishing 17 years skating together, the good-looking pair must be doing something right — and we can’t help fall in love with the adorable Ice Dancers and their fashion on the ice!
Tessa Virtue’s Ice Dancing Costume:
The American heroes may have beat out Silver Medalists Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, but the Canadian pair of ice skaters also got on board with the lavender bandwagon! The 24-year-old dancer looked beautiful in an delicately embroidered, light purple costume, with her handsome right-hand man, Moir, 26, donning a sleek navy costume.
Although we LOVED watching all of the amazing performances during the Feb. 17 competition, we have to admit that we loved seeing all of the costumes just as much! Which Olympic Ice Dancing team’s attire did you like the most?
— Alexandra Pine