Ralph Lauren has debuted its Team USA uniforms for the Sochi Olympics' opening ceremony, and the goods are as patriotic as one might expect -- think stars, stripes and multicolor rings, otherwise known as the Olympics logo. Nothing earth-shattering here, just a sweater with some American touches that looks like it came out of a Hallmark commercial.
The complete look features a knitted grandpa cardigan detailed with an overwhelming amount of pattern and patchwork ($598), a cream cotton turtleneck sweater ($245), slim-fitting white fleece athletic pants ($165), black leather boots with red laces ($395), and a cotton belt accented with jacquard tape featuring patriotic graphics ($75). For fans interested in dressing up like their favorite U.S. athletes, each piece will be available for purchase at RalphLauren.com and TeamUSAShop.org.
"It is a privilege to be a part of dressing Team USA during the Sochi Games,” said David Lauren, Ralph Lauren executive vice president of advertising, marketing and corporate communications, in a statement. "It’s a proud moment for us to watch these premier athletes as they walk out representing our nation on a global stage in front of billions of people worldwide."
The uniforms -- made completely in the United States -- were unveiled by American curlers Jared Zezel and Jessica Schultz on NBC's Today Show on Thursday.
See the full outfits -- modeled by women's hockey forward Julie Chu and men's hockey left-winger Zach Parise -- below.