While Team USA’s uniforms are all about the red, white and blue, their off-duty style hits all the colors of the rainbow — with a few designer touches too. 

“I make it a goal, once a week, to not wear athletic clothes,” Olympic diving hopeful Steele Johnson says in a new video about Team USA athletes' personal style.

While some Olympians, like volleyball player Kerri Walsh Jennings, prefer to be casual — "Jeans and a tank top is where I like to live if I’m not in a bikini," she says — others relish the chance to dress up.

“I enjoy when I get a chance to kind of dress nice and look good and get out of the sweats for a little bit,” 23-year-old BMX rider Connor Fields says, proudly showing off a suit his dad got him for his 21st birthday. “As I get older, I realize that it’s important to present yourself in a good way.”

Aly Raisman showed off her jewelry in the video, including some Olympic-inspired bling. "I have these rings. They're actually gold, silver and bronze, so I like them."

But dressing up an Olympic body isn’t always easy.

“I think it’s a challenge for a lot of athletes to find clothes,” shot-putter Michelle Carter says. “Especially a thrower! I have these massive thighs and shoulders and arms!”

Open-water swimmer Haley Anderson has a similar problem, with her strong shoulders. “Nothing tight, nothing restraining!” she says.

But it’s all about embracing the strength in your champion body.

“I go for, like, tighter clothes, I guess,” gymnast Simone Biles explains. “You get over the fact that your muscles are bigger than any of the guys.”

To check out the style of these athletes — and many more members of Team USA — watch the video above!

The Rio Olympics start on August 5th and will be streamed live on NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports app. The Rio Paralympics start on September 7th and will be streamed live on TeamUSA.org