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AMERICANA. Top 8 Most Inspiring Pieces from the Ralph Lauren Sale (Get Fourth of July Ready)!

Have you seen what Ralph Lauren has up their sleeve? Ripped up, distressed denim, camo everything, embroidered tops, floaty printed dresses…and we LOVE it all.

They’re having an awesome sale online right now, where you can pick up some truly Americana themed pieces for your closet. Did someone say ‘ready for the Fourth of July?’ HELL YEAH.

Top 8 Most Inspiring PIeces from the Ralph Lauren Sale

(Click through to see where to get it! Don’t miss #8!)

1) Denim & Supply Camo Draped Tee, 50% off!

2) Blue Label Color Block Mesh Polo, 60% off! (say what?!)

3) Denim & Supply Mirage Maxi Dress, 55% off!

4) Blue Label Embroidered Skinny Jeans, 30% off!

5) Blue Label Camo Henley Sweater Dress, 50% off!

6) Blue Label Super-Skinny Sullivan Jeans, 30% off!

7) Denim & Supply Vine-Print Boho Top, 55% off!

8) Denim & Supply Canvas Flag Tote, 45% off!

We are SOOO ready for the long weekend. 

Peace, love & good style,

Wantering Editors


In an event that incorporated art, technology and fashion, Denim & Supply Ralph Lauren debuted The Art Wall Project where emerging artists collaborate with the brand to transform the store facade. As a fresh new take on mixing fashion and art, this new project inspires and embraces creativity in a way like never before. Located on the corner of 99 University Pl (at the old Rugby store), the building acts as the ‘Art Wall’ allowing featured graffiti artists like, Hellbent, to use the storefront as his own canvas.

The Denim & Supply Ralph Lauren brand is a mixture of rugged, vintage inspired classics with a twist of modern artistic creativity. This line of Ralph Lauren is catered towards the younger, bohemian crowd, with eclectic tastes and effortless style. The clothing sold in the store features items that reflect the artists, like the Hellbent Art Wall Tee. The profits from these custom items will go towards benefiting the School of Visual Arts, in an effort to fund this renowned art school where many artists had their start.

Written by Gina