With the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup just days away, we take a look at the kits the 10 teams will wear during the six-week tournament in India.
Afghanistan: The Asian side will wear a multi-colour strip that is predominantly blue, with sprinklings of red and black.
Australia: Australia will wear a majority yellow kit that feature a First Nations artwork designed by Aunty Fiona Clarke on the side of the jersey.
Bangladesh: Bangladesh will sport their usual green jersey with shades of red on the front.
England: The defending champions will flaunt their traditional blue colours at the World Cup.
India: An evolution on the same kit they unveiled on their tour of the West Indies earlier in the year, India role with the powder blue with white sleeve stripes.
Netherlands: Netherlands will wear slightly brighter orange kit than normal for the Cricket World Cup in India. Blue also makes its presence felt at their shirt's sleeves.
New Zealand: Paying homage to Cricket World Cup 1996, also held in India, New Zealand have rolled out a kit similar for the 2023 campaign.
Playing on the vertical stripes of the 1996 template, the 2023 side will play in a predominantly black strip, trimmed by the 1996 grey.
Pakistan: Pakistan will wear a predominantly dark green strip, with their yellow star shining brightly in the top corner. The PCB stated that the concept of the 'Star Nation Jersey' embodies a profound connection between Pakistan's cricketing heroes and their dedicated fans.
South Africa: The Proteas plan to don their traditional green attire during their visit to India.
Sri Lanka: The Lankans will look to make their mark at CWC23 in their brand new attire.