Classic American style is dominating fashion these days. What started as a domestic revival has snowballed into a worldwide movement—well-dressed guys from Antwerp to Tokyo have suddenly traded in their skinny black suits for navy blazers, slim khakis, and, yes, polo shirts. It's a global shift to a subtle, timeless, red, white, and blue aesthetic. Here's why the USA really is No. 1.
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