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  • 1920's Star Adult Mens Costume
  • 1920's Star Adult Mens Costume
  • 1920's Star Adult Mens Costume

1920's Star Adult Mens Costume

Item# 07149032
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Be a real character. Celebrate classic characters in this 1920's Star Adult Mens costume and perform sight gags and slapstick on Halloween. The clever costume includes a jacket, trousers, mock waistcoat and black tie. You provide the talent!

  • The 1920s Star adult men's costume consists of a black  jacket, gray trousers, mock waistcoat and black tie
  • Materials/ Fabrics- 100% Polyester
  • Wash/Care Instructions- Sponge Clean Only

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Spirit1920's Star Adult Mens Costume
 
2.0

(based on 1 review)

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Great look, poor quality

By Javybruin

from Whittier, Ca

About Me Adventurous, Trendy

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Pros

  • Breathes Well
  • Comfortable
  • Easy To Put On
  • Fun To Wear
  • Unique

Cons

  • Cheap Material
  • Poor Sewing Quality

Best Uses

  • Costume Parties
  • Halloween
  • Standing Out
  • Work Party

Comments about Spirit 1920's Star Adult Mens Costume:

The costume fit and looked great. However, it tore after a few minutes of wearing it. As you can tell by the picture, the pants fit loosely. As soon as I stepped into my car, the outter hemline on my right leg came apart and it ran halfway down my leg. There was a lot of loose thread. It was obvious that it was poor quality sewing. Since I was on my way to work, I didn't have time to change my costume. I was forced to used safety pins topin it together, which looked tacky. At glance, you could not tell it had tore, but I felt unfortable the rest of the day.

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