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Women's White Pinstripe Gangster Costume

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Item # UN28633
Items Included
  • Vest
  • Pants
  • Pair of Wrist Cuffs
  • Collar W/ Attached Tie
  • Hat Band
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Size Chart
Runs Small
Slightly Small
True To Size
Slightly Large
Runs Large
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Small Chest 36" 91cm
Small Vest Length 21" 53cm
Small Waist 19" - 35" 48cm - 89cm
Small Outseam 39" 99cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Medium Chest 38" 97cm
Medium Vest Length 21" 53cm
Medium Waist 20" - 36" 51cm - 91cm
Medium Outseam 39" 99cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
Large Chest 40" 102cm
Large Vest Length 21" 53cm
Large Waist 21" - 40" 53cm - 102cm
Large Outseam 39" 99cm
Size Measurement Standard Metric
X-Large Chest 42" 107cm
X-Large Vest Length 21" 53cm
X-Large Waist 22" - 42" 56cm - 107cm
X-Large Outseam 39" 99cm
  • 100% polyester
  • Vest buttons down the front
  • Pants have elastic waistband
  • Cuffs and collar connect with hook and loop closure
  • Hat is sold separately

Born to Bootleg

Bootlegging was a big deal in the 1920s when hooch was banned throughout the United States. Good bootleggers went to some mighty extremes to deliver their orders. People drove hollowed out lumbers trucks filled with kegs of the silly stuff so that it looked like they were innocently dropping of construction materials. Women would use fashionable fur coats to hide laughably large tins of liquor around their bodies. And of course, there's the old trick where you simply would drive really fast over the border from Canada. That one was a classic. With all this trickery and sneakiness, the organized crime business was thriving. Someone's got to create that hollowed out cart of lumber, after all! 

If you think that you would have made a great bootlegger there's only one thing to do... and no, we're not encouraging you to sell bootlegged CDs. There's really not much money in that anymore, anyway. What you need to do is dress up like a gangster from the 1920s. Sure, you won't be smuggling illegal hooch but you can still be suave and sneaky if you want!

Costume Details

This white ensemble would look right at home in a dark and smokey Speakeasy. It features a flared pair of trousers with a comfortable elastic band. The vest is layered over top and is paired with a collar and tie that separately secures around the neck with a hook and loop fastener. Cuffs and a hatband that can be slipped over any fedora complete this dapper look.

An Offer You Can't Refuse

This costume will look smooth whether you're going for the 1920s era gangster or if you're channeling your inner Godfather. It's up to you. Just be sure that you have the attitude to match. Chewing on a big, ol' cigar will always look cool even if it's made out of Bubblegum!

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