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'''Soiree Suits''' were an article of clothing popular in the mid 1980s - early 1990s during the [[GTA III Era]]. They are simply brightly colored cotton suit jackets and pants. Generally, they were worn either over a dress shirt or a t-shirt and sometimes worn with rolled-up sleeves. Initially, [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]] characters like [[Tommy Vercetti]], [[Lance Vance]], and [[Ken Rosenberg]] were known to wear these; other characters include [[Brian Forbes]], [[Victor Vance]], and [[Carl Johnson]]. In [[1984]], they seemed to be primarily done in neon shades, while in [[1986]], they had changed to pastel shades, however by 1992 they had returned to neon shades before never being seen again.
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'''Soiree Suits''' were an article of clothing popular in the mid 1980s - early 1990s during the [[GTA III Era]]. They are simply brightly colored cotton suit jackets and pants. Generally, they were worn either over a dress shirt or a t-shirt and sometimes worn with rolled-up sleeves. Initially, [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]] characters like [[Tommy Vercetti]], [[Lance Vance]], and [[Ken Rosenberg]] were known to wear these; other characters include [[Bryan Forbes]], [[Victor Vance]], and [[Carl Johnson]]. In [[1984]], they seemed to be primarily done in neon shades, while in [[1986]], they had changed to pastel shades, however by 1992 they had returned to neon shades before never being seen again.
  
 
== Color Varities ==
 
== Color Varities ==

Revision as of 20:08, 7 August 2009

Soiree Suits were an article of clothing popular in the mid 1980s - early 1990s during the GTA III Era. They are simply brightly colored cotton suit jackets and pants. Generally, they were worn either over a dress shirt or a t-shirt and sometimes worn with rolled-up sleeves. Initially, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City characters like Tommy Vercetti, Lance Vance, and Ken Rosenberg were known to wear these; other characters include Bryan Forbes, Victor Vance, and Carl Johnson. In 1984, they seemed to be primarily done in neon shades, while in 1986, they had changed to pastel shades, however by 1992 they had returned to neon shades before never being seen again.

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