A “Staten Island tuxedo” has been described as a velour track suit, often worn by Italian men from Staten Island. The “Staten Island tuxedo” term has been in the Urban Dictionary since 2007 and was included in a glossary of a 2010 book, but has otherwise been little-used.
staten island tuxedo
usually worn by old italian men and mostly in staten island (hence “staten island tuxedo”, it consists of a velour track suit and bright white sneakers
hey look at the old guy who looks like he’s in the mob, he’s really rocking that staten island tuxedo.
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Staten Island tuxedo a velour track suit
Jack Fortune’s Diary
Written by Jack Fortune
May 16, 2010 at 5:14 pm
On a nice evening like this I used to go drinking in my Staten Island tuxedo it was called. A nice navy velour track suit. And a baseball cap to match the white sneakers.
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