Ralph Lauren Vest

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Stuff We Like: Ralph Lauren Vest

There’s no telling who’ll stand atop the podiums at this year’s Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, but if medals were awarded for best dressed, the U.S. just might sweep the competition. America’s athletes will march into the opening and closing ceremonies and cruise the Olympic Village dressed head-to-toe in Ralph Lauren threads from the Team Parade and Village Wear collections. And though you may never ski like Ted Ligety or Lindsey Vonn, you can at least dress like them.

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