July 13, 2012
With Ralph Lauren's fashionable eye, it is pretty safe to say this years U.S. Olympians will attend the opening ceremony in style, despite the recent controversy about where the outfits were made. U.S. athletes modeled the uniforms, which feature a patriotic red, white and blue color scheme, on a recent Today Show. Olympic fencing hopeful Tim Morehouse wore the men's uniform: a white club-collar sport shirt, a red and navy necktie and a blue tailored double-breasted blazer with peak lapels. Soccer player Heather Mitts wore the women's parade attire, which consists of a white blouse with a fitted navy blazer that features the U.S. Olympic Team patch and embroidered Big Pony logo , along with a cotton scarf with red, white and navy stripes, and a knee-length cream skirt. Good news is that you don't have to be an Olympian to rock the look. The collection is available for men, women, children and babies.
Find the Ralph Lauren U.S. Olympic team opening ceremony uniform at ralphlauren.com.