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Single Breasted Jacket with Shawl Lapel with soft shoulder pads fully lined. Two covered buttons, one welted pocket on top-left chest, two welted pockets on the front. (100% Polyester) The long white shirt features one chest pocket and is made out 35% cotton, 65% polyester fabric. Matching fully lined satin vest with cover buttons The color coordinated pants, a hidden fly zipper in the front, belt loops and an adjustable elastic waistband. There are angled pockets on each side of the pants and two buttoned welt pockets on the back. Note: baby and toddler sized (S M L XL 2T 3T 4T) pants do not have a fly zipper and belt loops, only an elastic waistband. A color coordinated satin bow tie is included. A satin solid color bow tie is also included. A satin solid color vest is also included. ******More color available for Vest, Bow tie, Necktie, and Cummerbund ****** Black, Brown, Burgundy, Champagne, Coral, Dark Gray, Eggplant, Fuchsia, Gold, Green Teal, Ivory, Lilac, Lime, Mustard, Navy, Orange, Purple, Red, Royal Blue, Silver, Turquoise, White, Yellow

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