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Polo will dress US Olympians in all white for Closing Ceremony

The red, white and blue won't be representing much red or blue in the Closing Ceremony of the London Olympics. On Wednesday, Polo and the USOC unveiled the all-white uniforms athletes will wear to the Summer Games finale this August. Think Gatsby meets an Ivy League football game.

Polo's uniforms were first modeled by the Lopez taekwondo siblings during Wednesday's "Today" show.

The American clothier touted the uniform's "exceptionally elegant silhouettes in a timeless palette" in a press release.


Those could easily be British athletes. Better give them a bottle of Coke and a hamburger so there's no confusion.

Polo's village wear, also released Wednesday, is less ambiguous.

I think they're from the USA.

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