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Blue Tuxedos and Gray Tuxedos Are Rocking the Event Circuit

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Blue Tuxedo , So you want to wear Navy Blue Tuxedos? Whether you are going to Prom. a wedding, a quinceanera or a fabulous high class party there are a number of styles and colors that are really standing out this year. Business Insider reported that over half of Hollywood’s hottest men sported a midnight blue tuxedo at The Golden Globes in 2016. Men seem to be leaning toward the trend of more color, but muted colors, such as grays and dark reds.
Costume Royal Blue Tuxedo

Costume Royal Blue Tuxedo

What happened to Black Tuxedos ?

Black tuxedos have become passé and men are wanting to stand out in a canvas of black here, black there, black tuxedos everywhere. The navy blue tuxedo is a compelling choice in tuxedo color because it gives a gentleman a chance to be unique while still being suitable for any semi-formal or formal event requirements.

Blue Tuxedo hostile takeover

The Slate blue tuxedo was at its highest popularity in the 1930’s. It took a decline toward the 1940’s, however, in 2016 the navy blue tuxedo rebounded as a fashion choice in tuxedos. Among the most popular tuxedo trends is the navy blue ‘Hudson’ tuxedo that has a beautiful black satin lapel and black satin besom pockets. It has a slim fit design that is sleek and elegant.

Blue tuxedo

Blue tuxedo

 

You would think that the powder blue tuxedo would have seen its demise in the late 60’s and early 70’s with the awful ruffled shirts. Not so, say fashionistas. The powder blue tuxedo is coming back with a vengeance. When you take a slim fit powder blue tuxedo with a black lapel and pair it with black slacks, black bow tie, and black cummerbund you have a timeless look that is definitely unique and will make you fashionable. I personally went to Prom in 1982 and the hottest tuxedo color then was Navy Blue. My family back in Michigan who own President Tuxedo mailed me out to Phoenix AZ a Navy blue tuxedo to wear to my prom. My late Uncle was the best. I took it to have it pressed after I took it out of the box and I was a sharp looking prom goer.

Ryan Gosling looking dapper in a blue tuxedo

Ryan Gosling looking dapper in a blue tuxedo

Grey Tuxedo is the trend

In a field of black, a gray tuxedo is definitely a hot tuxedo! A recent Tuxedo blog called gray tuxedos the “Icing on the Cake”. You want a look that is elegant and tasteful, yet catches the eye. Gray is just the trick. It is decadent without being ostentatious. There are so many great shades of gray, from a graphite gray to a light gray, a medium gray with a print and a steel gray, there are wide choices of gray in any hue to fit your skin tone. Maybe this is why Gray Tuxedos have made such a big hit the last year or so, can you believe it was brown Tuxedos before this? What tuxedo color will be the next more popular?

Celebrity grey tuxedo

Celebrity grey tuxedo

For men with blonde hair and a light skin tone, a dark gray tuxedo is just the trick to making the skin tone and blonde hair pop. Dark gray has the versatility to go with any skin tone and men with brown hair and medium tones look sexy in a dark gray tux . For men with darker olive or brown skin tones and black hair, a light gray suit is so elegant and dashing.

Light grey tuxedo

Light grey tuxedo

 

Grey tuxedo

Grey tuxedo

Whether you choose to go with a navy blue tuxedo or a gray tuxedo, your date will be so proud to be on the arm of a gentleman with such discerning taste. You and your date will sweep the room and be a cut above the rest. Not only will you stand above the crowd, but your date will as well. And for everyone else not interested in wearing a Navy Blue or Gray, I don’t blame you and you can never go wrong with a black classic tuxedo, even your pictures will never look dated. Call us now for you Blue tuxedos or Grey Tuxedos. Rose Tuxedo has them all Powder Blue tuxedos, Navy blue, Midnight blue tuxedo and Slate Blue tuxes. 602 957-0089


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should i hire a dj for my wedding

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Should you hire a DJ or a band?

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wedding bands

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wedding dj

 

This is a question we here from Bride and Groom’s all the time. The simple answer people think is, if you can afford a band then why not. I’ve been too a lot of wedding’s over my years in the Bridal and Tuxedo business and I love live music but sometimes having a DJ is not only cheaper but you can keep the music going and have all the songs you desire played, and when you want them played.

 

Some songs do sound way better when played by a live band and you can’t beat the reaction of the guest when some songs are play. Very hard to create with a DJ but some DJ really interacts and tries very hard to get the guest in the mood.

 

When you hire a DJ you usually meet with them way before the wedding and share your desired music you want played. One of the downsides of hiring a band is they maybe limited with the selection of music they offer. They maybe a great band but they may not know much about 80’s music or current vibes.

 

What people also forget is when you hire a DJ you also get an Emcee kind of. Usually a good DJ will keep the guest involved and help with all the formalities that go along with weddings, like toast, first dance, bride and Dad dance and the throwing Garter and flowers.

 

Space for a DJ or Band is also a huge concern. If the venue is big then you can go either way but if you’re wedding reception is in your back yard it maybe too small for even a drum set and the neighbors may not like either.

 

Can you skip a DJ and Band and create your own playlist and let it rip? Sure. This may save you a lot of money but like my friend Tony say’s from System Mobile DJ in Phoenix, AZ, playing your own music always has it’s issues and have more to deal with during a wedding reception than keeping the music flowing.

 

At Rose Tuxedo in Phoenix and Mesa we can help make your DJ look good with a Tuxedo that matches your theme or a vest and bow tie. And of course we can take care of your entire wedding guest with the latest designer tuxedos, from the Grey Allure tuxedo to a Blue slate tux and even some old school Double Breasted suits. We have 3 locations to serve you and the best Fall Wedding Tuxedo rental prices and selection. Best wishes to all. We also have a preferred Wedding vendor page on our Rose Tuxedo web site that can help you choose a great DJ, Wedding Cake company and more.


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Prom Tuxedo Trends for 2014

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Looking great is the first step to impressing your prom date. When you choose your prom tuxedo, you’ll want to find something that is on trend and that suits you personally. Here are some of the year’s big prom tuxedo trends to consider for yourself.

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White and Black

Black and white are the traditional tuxedo colors, but this year’s trend is to combine the two and let the white take charge. A white jacket with black lapels gives a sophisticated and cool look. Pair this with black tuxedo pants and you’ll be a stand-out at your prom.

Long Line Coats

For the taller man, a five-button coat is a perfect look. This is the style that basketball players have been choosing for years and it is the go-to choice for this year’s prom. The look is clean and modern, with just the right level of glamor.

Charcoal Grey

Take things a bit lighter than the traditional black with a charcoal grey tuxedo. This gives you a look that is a bit more refined than a regular suit, but a bit more relaxed than the standard tuxedo.

Individual Accents

Another trend for prom this year is to let yourself stand out from the crowd with individual accents. This has been a big celebrity trend and it’s carrying over to prom styles. Whether it’s a bright tie, a scarf, or unusual shoes, the key is letting your personality shine through.

Finding the right tuxedo for your prom is easy when you come to our three family-run Arizona tuxedo rental shop branches. Get in touch or come by today!

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Black Tie event

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Black Tie Dressing

Dressing for a black tie event can be a pretty daunting task for anyone who has never had the experience in the past. But if you’re someone who is used to wearing a tuxedo, you can already start experimenting with other options compared to the simple black tuxedo-white shirt combination. Just like its name suggests, you will need to wear a black tie along with your tuxedo.

Black Tie

Here are some important things you have to remember about black tie events:

Black tie is not formal dress appropriate

Commonly, people assume that black tie dressing is already the highest standard of dressing for men. In the past, however, black tie events consisted of very relaxed evening attire. Despite this common knowledge, the highest form of evening wear for men is a ‘white tie’ dress code. In terms of dress code, black tie events call for semi-formal evening attire. On the other hand, white tie refers to a similar yet distinct set of clothing for men.

Daytime wear is not black tie…. and should never be worn!

Nowadays, there are a number of people who wear tuxedos during the daytime for a photo op or in tourist attractions. Sadly, they’re doing wrong to the solemnity of tuxedos since these should only be for evening wear. The rule in wearing a tuxedo is that you dress for the end time of an event. If you will be attending a ceremony that calls for a tuxedo yet starts in the afternoon, think about the time that it will end. If it ends after dark, then it is appropriate to wear a tuxedo.

However, if you receive an invitation for a black tie dress code for a morning wedding, be a good guest and don’t contradict it.

When you’re wearing a black tie tuxedo, you are exuding an appeal that is worthy of the respect of other people. This is why you should treat your tuxedo with care at all times and follow the rules to black tie dressing. If you need to rent a tuxedo, make sure you check out our collection for one that you may wear. You’ll find that this is a great way you can look dapper and sharp for the event you are attending. If you need a tux rental in 85029 area Rose Tuxedo has one for you and if you need a suit rental near 85308 or 85306 we have one waiting for you. Black tie is all we do.

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