- Shirt Front w/ Attached Necktie
- Pair of Gloves
- 100% polyester poplin & interlock knit fabrics
- Poplin jacket fastens at center front w/ 2 buttons
- Jacket has printed rib cage & arm bones on front & sleeves
- Elastic-waist poplin pants have printed pelvis & leg bones on front
- Poplin shirt front fastens behind neck w/ Hook and Loop fastener. Has attached white necktie
- Interlock gloves have hand bones printed on backs
|Standard||pants waist||26" - 40"||66cm - 102cm|
|X-Large||pants waist||26" - 44"||66cm - 112cm|
Sometimes, you need to find just the perfect outfit to let everyone see exactly what you are made of. But not everyone feels comfortable in their own skin, and we're here to tell you that it's okay. Despite what soap commercial and B-list-movie-stars-turned-athleisure-wear-designers say, it's totally fine! Go ahead, shed that Epidermis! And with this new shoe trend of Skeleshoes and FiveToes, there’s never been a better time to embrace your true desires, say “See ya later, skin!”, and step into a new day of skeleton acceptance and awareness!
This classy getup will help you do just that. All polyester poplin and interlock knit fabrics, the whole thing is wrapped in a jacket that fastens at the center-front with two buttons. The rib cage and arm bones are printed on the jackets, so everyone knows what you're made of, while the elastic-waist pants have printed pelvis and leg bones for the same reason. Grab a cane and a top hat to make it classier, or get some facepaint to go the more gruesome route. It's up to you! To top it all off, you can slip your hands into something a bit more... revealing—these interlock gloves that fit seamlessly with the jacket!
We live in a new era, where we can get away with what just decades ago would spur amazed gasps and all the gossip. Perhaps it's still considered rather improper to appear to any social occasion revealing too much—but what's too much anyway? We don't see a definition. Where once the display of an ankle or wrist would be enough to titillate the menfolk and earn the ire of everyone else, we now give only a few extra glances at a bare midriff. And men weren’t immune to the scorn of impropriety, either! But, thankfully, the world has changed. Go bare your bones and do your thing, dude.
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