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tobasco tshirt

  • Black Tabasco-printed cotton short-sleeve polo shirt with 3-button collar
  • Black reverse-pleated trousers with plain-hemmed bottoms
  • Black calf leather derby shoes
  • Black dress socks
  • White ribbed cotton sleeveless undershirt
  • Rolex President Day-Date 18238 yellow gold wristwatch
  • Gold open-link chain bracelet
  • Gold pinky ring with ruby and diamond stones
  • Gold open-link chain necklace with round St. Jerome pendant

Series: The Sopranos
Episode: “Rat Pack” (Episode 5.02)
Air Date: March 14, 2004
Director: Alan Taylor
Creator: David Chase
Costume Designer: Juliet Polcsa
Tony kicks back.

Although we can’t see it in this scene, we can assume that Tony is also wearing his usual gold open-link chain necklace with a pendant of St. Jerome.
I’m not sure why, how, or who decided it, but today—January 22nd—is considered to be National Hot Sauce Day in America.
James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano, New Jersey mob boss
His trusty Rolex stays on his left hand even when his wedding band isn’t.
You can also learn more about this unique shirt from my friend @TonySopranoStyle on Instagram!

The McIlhenny Company, which has produced Tabasco sauce since its inception in 1868, also officially manufactures clothing and other goods bearing Tabasco branding. As this episode aired in 2004, it’s hard tracking down information on this exact shirt, but it’s almost definitely an example of a McIlhenny-produced shirt. Some similar items can be found on eBay for any curious hot sauce aficionados out there.

Vitals James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano, New Jersey mob boss New Jersey, March 2004 Series: The Sopranos Episode: "Rat Pack" (Episode 5.02) Air Date: March 14, 2004 Director: Alan Taylor Creator: David Chase Costume Designer: Juliet Polcsa Background I'm not sure why, how, or who decided it, but today—January 22nd—is considered to be National Hot Sauce Day in…