RESTOCKED! Boogie the Boston Terrier in a Zoot Suit! With a silver chain!
- 1.7 inches tall
- Soft enamel, silver plated with a long silver chain (which you can shorten)
- Two black rubber clutches on the back to keep him standing upright
Via Wikipedia: "Pachuco" refers to a particular old school subculture of Chicanos and Mexican-Americans associated with zoot suits, street gangs, nightlife, and flamboyant public behavior. The idea of the pachuco originated in El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, and moved north into Los Angeles in the 1940's.
"Pachuco Boogie" is also a 1948 hit song by Don Tosti. Check it out on YouTube!
Design © Lili Chin
PACHUCO BOOGIE pin
metal, enamel paint, boston terrier