Ernie Roth, The Grand Wizard of Wrestling
Known as "The Grand Wizard of Wrestling" Ernie Roth was a sight to behold. The manager of several wrestling heels, he often wore clashing patterns and sequined jackets. However, his flamboyant look doesn't stop there. If you want to be a true version of The Grand Wizard you need a brightly colored turban. You can add a few feathers and jewels to take it one step further. Ernie would approve.
- 50's Blue Plaid Sport Coat $30
- Haggar Corduroy Plain Front Pants in Burgundy $45
- Kenneth Cole Reaction Woven Shirt in White $35
- Pensee Jacquard Woven Purple Floral Necktie $5
- Costume Turban in Gold $10
- UPS Wrap Around Brown and Gold Sunglasses $16
- 18k Yellow Gold Plated Simulated Diamond Diagonal Ring $39
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