You’ll become the scourge of the West when you wear this western bandolier bullet belt. The tough-looking accessory is the perfect way to build your own Mexican bandit costume for Halloween!
Want to add a little spice to your ordinary work day? Trying wearing this bad boy to the office. When Rita asks you for those fax machine cover sheets, shout, “Viva los copier pages!” and run away. When your boss wants to know when you’ll have your next project ready for him, you can slowly pat your bandolier and raise your right eyebrow and show him the finger guns. And when that annoying secretary wants to know how your day is going, narrow your eyes with your sombrero and scream “Aye ye ye!” See how much fun work can be when you have the right attitude…and accessories?
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Finish off your gangster or aviation costume by adding this white gangster scarf. The long, soft scarf is the perfect way to complete your 1920s costume this Halloween!
You might wonder why a tough guy in a suit would ever wear a scarf. Well, underneath that slick outfit, a gangster is all about taking care of business. That makes the scarf a natural choice of accessory, since its air of fanciness belies an extremely versatile piece of fabric. In a pinch, it can serve as a field dressing for knife or bullet wounds. You can lend it to the Don if he’s got a little meat sauce on his upper lip. Any criminal worth his scarf can even twist and fold it into a makeshift sling for his tommy gun, a sheath for his knife, a holster for his sidearm, or a little pouch for his flask.Listen: organized crime might seem like a good way to get out there and make some little friends, but you’ll soon find that the only person you can trust is yourself. And the sooner you come to that realization, the sooner you’ll see the true value of a reliable and functional piece of neckwear like this one.
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