ASOS have partnered up with Team GB to dress the team for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games

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Just a few weeks after the 2020 Tokyo Olympics took place, we're now getting ready and warming up for Team GB to attend the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games and after winning an impressive 65 medals we're expecting big things.

Obviously we're there for the sport but we always can't help but take note of the teams outfits.

For the olympics in July we saw Team GB be dressed by well-known sports brand Adidas, however, for the Paralympics one of our favourite brands have taken it upon themselves to dress the athletes.

ASOS have announced that they are working with the team for the third year running after Rio 2016 and PyeongChang 2018 Games.

The online retailer are known for releasing the biggest trend-led items and continuously ticks all of the style boxes, so there's no question as to why they're dressing Team GB for the opening and closing ceremonies.

The brand have worked closely with the athletes to ensure that the outfits not only reflect the iconic colours of the country with red, white and blue colourways but to champion inclusivity.

Discussing the topic, ASOS said how: "Making sure that the garments were suitable for each person in the team was key, as well as ensuring that, wherever possible, they were designed with adaptability in mind (for example, the fit of the pieces and their trims and fastenings were designed to be suitable for wheelchair users)."

To promote the outfits, ASOS teamed up with three incredible athletes Tom Hamer (swimmer), Amy Conroy (wheelchair basketball) and Ashley Facey-Thompson (table tennis).

Amy said how "Every time I put on the GB jersey, I always get the butterflies."

"When you have your family up in the crowd and you can see all the GB flags waving, the national anthem is playing, it definitely all builds into a big, massive thing. "

"There’s more nerves and excitement, then comes the feeling of ‘this is why I train, this is the moment’. It feels extra special."

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We're big fans of the design of the outfits, as not only are they created with accessibility in mind but the fabrics are also sustainably sourced.

On the brands website it says how "All the cotton used has been sourced through the Better Cotton Initiative; the jackets are made from recycled polyester certified by the Global Recycling Standard (GRS); and the suits are created using Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) wool and a recycled polyester lining."

The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games start on August 24 and end of September 5, we can't wait to see them compete and bring home even more golds for Team GB.

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