Fresh off their successful hunting expedition in South Africa, French nobleman the Marquis D’Ouest and his wife, the marquise, are ready to begin their safari tour of the Great American West. Smartly dressed for the stagecoach journey, but elegantly appointed to remind others of their gentry status, the Marquis and Marquise get noticed in each dusty saloon they step inside. His coat is made of heavy tweed with wide lapels, fitted waist, and flared hemline. The double-breasted vest is made in twill with decorative buttons, while the stand-up shirt collar is finished with a long, satin string tie. The pants coordinate with the coat in matching heavy tweed.
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