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Old School Rapper Costume

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Item # CA00789
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  • Jacket
  • Pants
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Size Chart
Runs Small
Slightly Small
True To Size
Slightly Large
Runs Large
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Small/Medium Chest 44" 112cm
Small/Medium Shirt Length 19" 48cm
Small/Medium Waist 26" - 52" 66cm - 132cm
Small/Medium Pant Length 42" 107cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Large/X-Large Chest 48" 122cm
Large/X-Large Shirt Length 20" 51cm
Large/X-Large Waist 36" - 52" 91cm - 132cm
Large/X-Large Pant Length 42 1/2" 108cm
  • 100% polyester satin and metallic knit fabrics
  • Jacket is gold metallic knit with black satin left sleeve, shawl collar, and lapels
  • Jacket has cropped back; front panels taper to longer points
  • Parachute pants are black satin with elastic waistband threaded through gold metallic knit casing
  • Pants have elongated seat and shortened inseams; legs taper to narrow cuffs

The ‘90s were a crazy time. People were wearing spandex bike shorts for fun and fashion. You thought shirts and shorts that changed color with your body heat were the coolest thing ever, until you wore one to the high school dance and realized that they show all your friends how much you were sweating from your armpits while you danced with Becky to “More Than Words.” Also, Zubaz were a thing.

The 90s made a critical contribution to pop culture.  It would go down in history for ushering in an era of pants that make it look like your legs might be shaped a little oddly! These low-hanging pants, however, were both fashionable and functional, as demonstrated by some of the decade’s most popular rappers. Did it look weird to wear parachute pants with shiny black dress shoes? Yes. Did anyone who was cool in the ‘90s remotely care? No! Want to know why? Because the best rappers rocked them.

So if you think that you’re still too legit to quit (hay haaaaaaay!) and you want to relive the days when it was acceptable to wear parachute pants, then you need this old school rapper costume. Think how awesome it will be to freestyle on the mic at your next costume party. With these fresh new threads, you'll be ready for rapping and of course, some legit dance moves. 

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