Fashion Report From Wales\nThe U.S. logo looks great.\nThe U.S. team is well-suited.\nRickie Fowler, if this were your job interview, you're hired before the first question.\nThe U.S. team bag is too plain, too saggy, and according to some players, too soggy.\nStyle = Luke Donald\nEurope wins the "bag beauty" contest.\nLuke Donald = Style\nThe European rainsuit was trim and effective.\nAmerican rainsuits suffer in fit and performance. No wonder they struggled in the rain.\nThe white stripes on the trouser pockets and leg look odd.\nSweater √\n\n Cap √\n\n Shirt √\n\n Pants X\n\n See how they sag?\nMany U.S. players did not like the purple Mr. Rogers cardigans. Their solution? Taking them off and wearing just the long-sleeved white shirts. There's typically nothing wrong with purple, but there is when it's intended as a U.S. uniform.\nEuropean sweaters, both long-sleeved and sleeveless, look effective.\nThe long-sleeved compression shirt looks out of sync under a short-sleeved shirt. It should be the reverse.\nCink looks great in the long-sleeved sweater.\nI'm a believer but The Monkees 60's bell bottoms just do NOT work. Go slim.\nBoth teams got this wrong: it should be a long sleeve over short!\nAt this point, it makes "zero" difference what you are wearing. Champagne goes with everything.\nBy far the best U.S. outfits. Perfect scale and great clean look.\nNational pride is one thing, but not sure a flag works as a scarf.