Ralph Lauren designed Team USA Olympic Uniforms unveiled

With the London Olympics right around the corner, every contingent of the participating nations is preparing for the opening and closing ceremonies. Team USA, the pride of America, will be proudly wearing their red, white and blue. Ralph Lauren Corporation and the United States Olympic Committee have unveiled the official Team USA Opening Ceremony Parade Uniforms during a fashion segment on NBC’s Today Show, ready for the impending London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The US Olympic and Paralympic team will be sporting their Ralph Lauren outfits for the opening and closing ceremonies as well the village-wear apparel. Team USA Opening Ceremony Uniforms feature characteristic outlines of an unchanging palette of navy and white with pops of red.
The women’s parade uniform will feature a crisp white blouse with a fitted navy blazer that features the official U.S. Olympic Team patch and embroidered Big Pony logo at the chest and a chic cotton scarf with signature red, white and navy stripes, paired with a breezy knee-length cream skirt. The men’s uniform on the other hand is a club-collar sport shirt made of luxe white cotton fitted with a red and navy necktie under a sharply tailored double-breasted blazer with peak lapels. To complete the sophisticated look, there is also a navy beret with red and white stripes and the official U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Team patch and embroidered Big Pony logo.
The Ralph Lauren 2012 Team USA Olympic Collection for men, women and children is available to purchase across various avenues like RalphLauren.com, TeamUSAShop.com, Ralph Lauren retail stores, Team USA stores, and select US department stores
As an extension of its partnership with Team USA, Ralph Lauren will launch RalphLaurenRally.com, an interactive experience for fans to cheer on Team USA at the London Olympics and Paralympics. For each cheer submitted, Ralph Lauren Corporation will donate $1 (up to $25,000) to Team USA.

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