The 2018 Olympic games have been full of fashion, and while that may sound strange, just think about it. From figure skaters’ incredible costumes to countries’ opening ceremony uniforms, it’s there. With the games barreling toward their close, you may be wondering about Team USA‘s 2018 Olympic closing ceremony uniforms. While the look does stay in a similar lane to their ultra-preppy opening ceremony looks, it’s much more laid back and takes on the athleisure trend in an obviously high-end way.
Just like the opening ceremony looks, the Team USA closing ceremony uniform was designed by none other than Ralph Lauren. He’s practically the master of quintessential American prep, and the choice makes total sense. Plus, he’s been designing Team USA‘s ceremony uniforms since 2008, and he’ll continue to do so until 2020.
As for 2018’s looks, they’re, of course, red, white and blue, but there are a few tweaks from the Opening Ceremony uniform. The first is that the jeans have been replaced with a pair of navy track pants with a red and white strip along the side. The next is that the puffer jacket has been pared down. While the atheletes will still be wearing the style, they appear less bulky and are solid white with the American flag on the arm, the Olympic symbol over the chest, and the Polo symbol on the other side.
If, however, you’ve got the extra cash, love the Olympics, and Team USA, these may be great collectors items for your collection. At over $2000 for the ensemble, though, these pieces may actually be more valuable than Chloe Kim’s gold medal or Team USA skatings’ bronze medal from the team skate.
Regardless of the pricing, though, the 2018 Team USA closing ceremony uniforms are undoubtedly cool (but also very warm because it’s cold in South Korea), and the quintessential American style is perfect.