Golden StyleRyan Lochte's Golden Sense of Style: Suits, Shirts, Sneakers & More (Photos)07.29.12Golden StyleRyan Lochte's Golden Sense of Style: Suits, Shirts, Sneakers & More (Photos)Whether he's wearing a five piece suit or jeans and a t-shirt, America's new favorite Olympian is a strong fashion force. See pictures. 07.29.12 8:45 AM ETGetty ImagesAfter a successful outing at the 2012 London Olympics, Ryan Lochte is back in the states showing off his threads at any given opportunity. Lochte has been busy these past few weeks, showing up at events all over the country and giving us an idea of what the swimmer looks like in clothes other than a Speedo. Jason Kempin/Getty ImagesGolden BoyRyan Lochte showed up to the Jimmy Fallon sporting some major bling as the US swimmer wore all five of the medals he won at the 2012 London Olympics. Anna Webber/Getty ImagesBack in BlackLochte's sense of style earned him a spot in US Weekly's 25 Most Stylish New Yorkers and he showed up to the event sporting a black jacket with a black shirt and shoes. Steven Lawton/Getty ImagesLeather on LeatherLochte was ready to rock out and wore a red leather vest with some black leather pants at the iHeartRadio Music Festival on September 21st in Las Vegas, Nevada. Jeff Schear/Getty ImagesBusiness CasualLochte went with a business casual look and wore a white t-shirt with jeans and sneakers under a dark grey sports coat at the Annual Chartiy Day event hosted by Cantor Fitzgerald in New York. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for NCLRDressed to ImpressSporting a grey five piece suit, Ryan Lochte looked sharp at the 2012 ALMA Awards in Pasadena, California. ANTONIO SCORZAAmerican Boy Lochte took a dive in a red, white, and blue one-piece during the U.S. 4 x 200-meter relay team final at the 2004 Olympic Games at the Olympic Aquatic Center in Athens. Al BelloBlue CrushLochte sports a blue patterned suit above the knee while he swims the 200-meter Individual Medley Heat during the Olympic trials on July 11, 2004, in Long Beach, Calif. Mike ZarrilliBack in BlackClad in black spandex, Lochte waves to the crowd after receiving a gold medal for his win in the 200-yard Backstroke during the Short Course National Championships in Atlanta on Dec. 6, 2008. Brian BahrGreen & GoldHe stands out in lime green bikini with gold stars before he jumps into the water for the Men’s 200-meter Backstroke Final at the XLII Santa Clara International Invitational on June 19, 2010. He won the race with a time of 1:58:74. Chris McGrathSheer ConfidenceNever mind that it’s see-through: Lochte competes in the Men’s 100-yard Backstroke heat in Columbus, Ohio, on Dec. 3, 2010. Ezra ShawWild OneLochte’s zebra metallic bikini looked fierce during a portrait session in Palo Alto, Calif., on June 16, 2011. Ezra Shaw Mean Green Fighting MachineLochte stood out in a neon digital-print Speedo for the 100-meter Freestyle during the International Grand Prix in Santa Clara, Calif., on June 17, 2011. Ezra ShawFlashing His BrightsCatching the eye in a lime green bikini, Lochte competes against Canadian swimmer Matthew Swanston in the Men’s 100-meter Backstroke final at the International Grand Prix in Santa Clara, Calif., on June 19, 2011. Quinn RooneyStars and StripesIn another pair of wacky sneakers, Lochte shows his American pride as he readies for the FINA World Championships in Shanghai last July. Feng LiGreeting His PeopleLochte wore black skintight shorts in Shanghai as he waved to fans at the Oriental Sports Center on July 28, 2011. Ezra ShawPop of ColorLochte showed off bright green sneakers at the Men’s 200-meter Backstroke Final during the World Championships in Shanghai. Dilip VishwanatColor Me MineSporting a multicolored bikini, Lochte swims in the Men’s 100-meter Backstroke at the Indiana University Natatorium on March 31, 2012. Jamie Squire Flying HighDonning one-of-a-kind American flag sneakers with wings, Lochte walks onstage during the U.S. Olympic Swimming Team Trials at CenturyLink Center on June 25 in Omaha, Neb. Fabrice Coffrini, AFP / Getty ImagesBling BlingAfter winning the men's 400-meter individual medley on Saturday at the London Olympics, Lochte was sporting some serious bling--and a gold medal too. The swimmer's red, white and blue jeweled grill was banned from the podium, but that didn't stop him from showing it off for the cameras after the event.