Los Angeles Rams fans voted and now the team has revealed the results of what their jerseys will look like for the upcoming 2017 season.

The Rams referred to this uniform update as an "evolving," in which the team removed the gold from their pants and brought back the blue and white helmets from the 1960s and '70s.

Fans had the opportunity to vote on Facebook and Twitter whether the helmet should have a blue or white facemask, and whether the white pants should feature one or two blue stripes.

They voted: White facemask, one strip on the pants.

According to ESPN,

"Per NFL rules, though, the jersey must remain the same, and continue to have hints of gold along the shoulders, until the Rams do a complete rebranding of their uniforms. The team is planning that for the 2019 season, its first in the new stadium, and has already begun talks with Nike and the NFL on what that will look like."

The Rams will still be able to wear the iconic blue and yellow unis for select games next season, but they'll predominantly be rocking with the white/blue and vice versa.