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Critics take on the U.S. Open Ceremony Look for Olympics



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Tuesday Ralph Lauren unveiled the outfits Team USA will be wearing during the Opening Ceremony, and fashionistas are already turning on it, slamming it for being "all wrong" and "un-American." One of the biggest targets is the white skirt, which some call "schoolmarmish," thanks to the calf-grazing length and its pairing with anachronistic bobby socks.

However, the biggest objection focuses on the "un-American" beret. Such headgear is stereotypically French, even socialist, according to the Twitter sphere. And while some would expect Ralph Lauren -- known for preppy designs -- to excel at a Hamptons-chic style, experts continue to lodge complaints:









What say you OT? Is this un-American?













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tigerdup07
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Looks a little russian to me







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manwich
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looks fine to me. America doesn't have a style





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TH03
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That's fricking terrible





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OldSouth
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What say you OT? Is this un-American?


Sadly, it's very American. They look just like commies.






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jacks40
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Bet you $1000 it was all made in China too





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Bushmaster
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They were made in China to boot.





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jamboybarry
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They should wear red white and blue affliction shirts and cargo shorts with flip flops







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OneMoreTime
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I think the beret is stupid, but I like the rest of the outfit.





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GeauxUtes
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The cowboy hats were much more out style. It is a huge American symbol for people around the world.

These new uniforms are just ridiculous.






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RonFNSwanson
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I don't know about un-American, but that hat is weak as hell.





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WillyLoman
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White bucks, FTW





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TH03
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They were made in China to boot.


The American way.






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Master of Sinanju
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I think it's supposed to look a bit British. I could do without the berets, though.





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FootballNostradamus
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looks fine to me. America doesn't have a style


This, the chicks look cute.






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LSUtigersarefun
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Does anyone remember the 1996 olympics, in Utah, everyone had the beret. I have one still, I wish I would have sold mine when during the olympics they were going for $300.00





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Mike da Tigah
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I think the beret is stupid,



What if it were green or cammo?






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Rickety Cricket
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Not a fan of double breasted blazers and the beret is stupid and unnecessary. Besides that I have no qualms.





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OneMoreTime
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Would be even worse





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colorchangintiger
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looks fine to me. America doesn't have a style


Blue jeans and white Tshirt






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