The Mississippi River was a major avenue of trade and the river boats carried passengers who had lots of cash, so a Mississippi Gambler had an easy life in the early 1800s. Get on the boat, pull out your cards, shake out your sleeves – and deal 'em.
This Mississippi Gambler wears a sharp outfit in gray and black when he's at the table. The gray frock coat has wide lapels and its collar, cuffs and pocket flaps are made of black velvet. Cut to flatter your figure, it buttons at the front waist with four black buttons. The pockets are for decoration only – there's no room for hiding cards in them. The vest front in a dark, elegant paisley pattern ties at the waist and neck, and the light gray Byron necktie is attached to the white sleeveless shirt that ties at the sides. The trousers have an elasticized waistband and the simple, black boot tops and black hat are perfect for concealing things you might need during the game. In this outfit, a Mississippi Gambler can play at the best tables in the Wild West!
PLEASE NOTE: The necktie is not striped and the vest has a golden shimmer.
Material: suit and vest: 100% polyester; shirt: 100% cotton