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How much is it to rent a tux for Prom?

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How much is it to rent a tux for prom? Rent prom tuxedo at Rose Tuxedo and save over $80
Rose Tuxedo offers prom specials for as low as $69, but typically a prom night tux rental costs $100-$160 complete. This is not always the case at the Big Box Men’s Formal Wear stores. Do to their high over head cost some of their tuxedo rentals will run well over $200, almost the cost to buy a tuxedo. Most guys typically pay for his and his date’s dinner and the Prom Tickets. Limos are popular at many schools, and couple’s can share the ride and it can cost around $35-$50 or more per hour. Why not save money on your prom tuxedo rental and find a cheap tux rental? Well, you can. Shop small, shop local tuxedo rental shops that have lower over head and better service and you can save over $100 on your Tuxedo rental compared to Men’s Ware home. At Rose Tuxedo our Prom Tuxedo and Prom suit rental prices are very transparent as they should be. Why should you have to go down the list of Designer Tux mannequins in the big box tux shops and have them say, this tux is $150, this tux is $180 ect and then they go through the menu of options like a restaurant, if you’d like a Pocket square it’s $10 more or shoes ect. Rose Tuxedo tries to keep this simple and with very few extras, but there are some. Here is a example of our pricing. You must also remember that Prom Tuxedo rental pricing around the USA will be different from big cities like New York to small towns in Colorado to Arizona Tuxedo rentals . At Rose Tuxedo we like to think we have all the big city designer tuxedo rentals at the small town prices. Renting tux is easy.
1. Classic Collection Prom Tuxedo Rentals- Over 10 different designer Tuxedo rentals all one price $99.95, includes designer tux jacket, pants, shirt, choice of in stock vest and tie or bow, plus tax and waiver
2. Premier Collection Prom Tuxedo rentals- $149 Complete, Grey Tuxedos, White Tux, Slim Fit tux, Slim fit pants, skinny tuxedo pants and more~~plus tax and waiver
Why doesn’t every tuxedo shop make their tuxedo rental process that easy!!!! *black shirts and slim fit pants extra but not much. We offer an additional $10 off coupons on our Tuxedo Special page and other locations online.

How much does it cost to go to prom?White La strada

The average cost is around $400 some surveys have said and at the time I thought that was kind of extravagant, but it turns out the girls who are attending prom this year pay a lot more than the guys. A new survey from Visa found that on average, families will spend $1,139 on prom this year so why not save when you can and renting a tuxedo from a small local tuxedo shop can help you do that. Going to Prom is a great way for every young high school student to enjoy their Junior and Senior year and most parents welcome their children to go but at Rose Tuxedo we know it’s no cheap to go to prom and if we can save you money and some of our preferred vendors like Limo companies and Fine dining Restaurant coupon we will. I know for a fact that renting your tuxedo from a local tuxedo shop that carries their tuxedos in-stock can save you lot’s of money on a rental, usually half from what the big companies charge. If you rent a tuxedo at Rose Tuxedo you will still have money to buy the tickets, dinner and pictures compared to renting at the Big Men’s Formal Wear stores, no joke, it’s a lot of savings. And your Tuxedo at Rose Tuxedo is no cheap tuxedo as far as quality and that can be said about all small tuxedo shops, great quality at great tux rental prices.

Manny tuxedo shops offer a $40 off coupon for a tuxedo rental but how much are they charging you to begin with? At Rose Tuxedo our prices are listed right when you walk in with no funny business. We do have some premium charges for Tuxedos we don’t own and get from a catalog but most of the time our customers find a awesome designer tuxedo at a great price. Even white tuxedos and grey tuxedos. Sometimes you can even get lucky and shop at thrift stores and maybe find a nice tuxedo, vintage even. But trust me on the $40 off coupons from the big box stores, it’s usually $40 off a $250 tuxedo rental so you still pay $210, go and see and please email me direct if I’m not kidding. asbrocca4@aol.com     Black Troy

How much does it cost to buy a new tuxedo?
The answer depends on where you go and what you need to consider is the financial question: If you’ll wear the tuxedo more than three times in the next few years then maybe it pays to buy it. The price to buy a tuxedo can be around $1,000 new and $400 used and tuxedo rentals can run approximately $200 each and more from the big box stores and around $100 from the local small tuxedo shops. It maybe something to consider buying if you will use it multiple times. I graduated in 1982 and my high school day were much cheaper (and my Uncle owned President Tuxedo’s in Michigan) What would my parents have said if I asked for $1,000 for the dance and all the expenses associated with it? Hmmm, I may not be going but if I could rent a tuxedo at Rose Tuxedo for a $100 that would save them big and help with all the other cost with going to prom.

 The dress. The shoes. The flowers. The jewelry. The makeup. The transportation. The photo package. Who knew prom had the potential to cost as much as some people’s weddings? You’ve got a little bit of time to plan, think, shop and save.

Prom season kicks off around mid-April and continues through early to mid-June in some parts of the country. Most prom nights will fall some time in May. The following tips can help you prepare your budget in advance of the big night. For the ladies it’s about picking the right dress, shoes and make up and accessories. Guys, your lucky!! It’s about picking out a nice designer tuxedo rental at a great price that won’t break the bank. Most rentals come with shoes and a fashion full back vest to match the color of your dates dress. The ladies could easily drop $150 or more to get yourself professionally ready. The expense of hair, makeup and nails could easy cost as much as one Tuxedo rental for prom.

Formal prom portraits can be nice to have, but they can cost $25 to $75 depending on the size and number of photos you buy. Since many digital cameras take great pictures you maybe able to save on this and not stand in line early to get photos. prom tuxedo

To rent a limo or not to rent a limo?

Most have 4-hour minimums and also require tipping, so you and your friends should come up with a total cost estimate and then divide that amount by the maximum number of people you’re allowed to squeeze into the limo. But be ready this is not cheap but it is fun and safe. Something to consider when you rent your Tuxedo from a small local tuxedo shop because you will save over a $100 per tux rental sometimes. (put that towards the limo rental fee) Don’t ever be afraid to ask for a discount from all these vendors and explain any hard ship you maybe having, we want you to go to prom, it’s fun and great memories so if we can save you a few dollars I promise all of us Prom Vendors will do it.

Shop around for a tuxedo that’s all I can say. Prom boys

Guys, here’s the tip for you: A tuxedo rental can set you back $75 to $100 or more at a small local tuxedo rental shop, so take the time to call several tux rental shops over the phone to compare prices before deciding where to go. Since you probably don’t rent a tuxedo that often be sure the shop will give you all the accessories you’ll need: the designer tux itself, shirt, vest or cummerbund, (if needed a front pocket), shoes, tie or bow tie. Do a quick Google Search in your area and make some calls to local tuxedo rental shops, the price may seem high but it will surely be less than the Big Chain stores and probably much better service and selection. Be careful with the “ tuxedo rental prices starting at” this could just be a simple classic tux in the corner of a shop and then big tux rental fees from a catalog. Going to Prom is not cheap but one of the items (tux) needed to attend doesn’t have to cost you the price to purchase when your only renting. An most importantly to all, have fun and be safe, that’s all us Tuxedo Specialist and other vendors want. www.rosetuxedo.com


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Prom 2016

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Prom 2016

Looking at the calendar, or even just out of the window, it might seem far too early to think about the 2016 prom season. But Prom 2016 will be upon us before you know it, and now is the time to start thinking about all the things necessary to make yours a success. Speaking of thinking about proms, did you ever wonder how this event got its odd name?

History of Prom!

History of Prom!

The very first prom was held in the late 1800s when some adults decided that college students needed formal lessons in “social etiquette” (manners). They decided the best way to do this was to have a fancy-dress dinner and dance. The event kicked off with the students and their guests promenading (or marching) as a group into the hall where the event was being held, and the prom was born!

By the early 1900s, proms had migrated from colleges to high schools, where it remains an institution today. While proms were always about dressing to impress, they really were not like the proms of today. Early proms were more dinners than dances. There were plenty of adults around too, to make sure that the diners practiced proper table manners, as these proms were heavily chaperoned. While there was certainly dancing at these early proms, prom goers would not have come with a special date.

Proms really didn’t begin to look like the proms we know today until after World War II. By the early 1950s, high school students were given a great deal more say in the planning of the event. The prom dinner (and table manners) became less important, and the dance became the event’s focus. Promenading in as a group was long gone, but dressing nicely for this event remained very important. As you might imagine, there have been some changes in prom fashions over the years, especially in prom dresses.

Berkeley

Berkeley

Early prom dresses were long, and much less “blingy” than modern day ones, especially during the Great Depression. Dresses started becoming shorter and more frilly in the 1940s and especially the 1950s. Dresses became longer for the “hippie chic” look of the 1960s, and dresses again became shorter with brighter colors beginning in the 1970s.

What were the fellas wearing through all these prom years? They were probably wearing vests and dinner jackets at history’s first proms, moving into tuxedos by the 1930s. There’s no denying that whether it was Prom 1916 or Prom 2016, everyone knows the clothing star of the evening was and will be the prom dress. But that doesn’t mean that prom tuxedo wearers still can’t look great and be comfortable for the big night. Rose Tuxedo is your best choice for Phoenix tuxedo rentals in terms of both selection and price. Visit them at one of their three locations for assistance in continuing that proud tradition of the promenade. We have your Prom tuxedo rentals at the best prices and no rush fee if you decide to rent a tuxedo at the last minute. Phoenix Tuxedo rentals 4031 N. 24th street 85016 602 957-0089 www.rosetuxedoaz.com

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Prom Fashion show 2015

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Rose Tuxedo for your show

Rose Tuxedo for your show

Do High school Students like a Prom Fashion?? Do they even come out to watch?

Prom is perhaps the most anticipated event of the entire spring season. Prom happens during a lot of exciting events including SAT crunch time, near finals, and close to graduation. Everything happening at one time can crunch all of the events together and cause prom to be forgotten. If your school wants to bring prom along with its excitement and fun back into the forefront, a Prom fashion show will bring the focus back to this milestone for your school students. Rose Tuxedo has been doing Prom Fashion shows for years and there is so much that can be done to make them fun and worth watching.

Schedule a Fashion Show. During the time of ticket sales for your Prom event, collaborate to throw a Prom fashion show. You can even offer a raffle to the first 100 ticket sold to win a free tuxedo at Rose Tuxedo. Fashion shows are great for Prom morale and will boost the fanfare and ticket sales for the event. A Prom fashion show gives the school a chance to show students’ fashions that they can purchase for Prom as well as display which clothing styles are appropriate and which are not. Prom fashion shows featuring students as models will generate a lot of buzz and excitement for the main event of the high school season. Not only are local Tuxedo shops happy to provide tuxedos for a Prom Fashion show but so are Dress shops, Flower shops and more.Team Up with Rose TuxedosIf your school is interested in throwing a fashion show for Prom, team up with Rose Tuxedos. As a premier tuxedo shop with three different locations, Rose Tuxedos Mesa Arizona and Rose Tuxedo Phoenix AZ can lend some dapper fashions for school Prom tuxedo models. The Rose tuxedos line offers an extensive Prom line of tuxedo rentals. There is something for Prom goers of every size and fit. The school can select volunteer models to show off Rose Tuxedos for free. Flyers will also be given to distribute styles that students can select from for Prom night 2015. Best of all, Rose Tuxedos offers a discount to students who come from schools that hold a Prom fashion show featuring Prom Tuxedos. We provide some fun props like top hats and canes and all the descriptions for the Prom Fashion show MC to share with the students.

Throw an Easy Prom Fashion Show

Teaming up with Rose Tuxedos makes throwing a Prom Fashion Show easy. Your models will be fitted with Prom Tuxedos for the school day, and all of your students will receive a monetary discount on the rental of a proper and popular tuxedo. Treat your students to a thrilling prom season with flair and style from Rose Tuxedos. Call us if you want Rose Tux to put on your show, you still have time. Thanks and have a safe night to all students.


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The GQ Guide to Enjoying Your Prom

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The GQ Guide to Enjoying Your Prom

With prom season coming up, it really pays to be aware of how you can look your best for your date. Dressed in your tuxedo with newly polished shoes and groomed hair, it really pays to look good during this special event in your life. But if there’s anything that matters, it really pays to be a gentleman and know how to treat your date good during your prom. With these tips, you’ll be sure to win your prom date’s heart and make her feel special during this time of your lives:

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Pick Out Your Clothes Early

Waiting too long to rent a tuxedo may not be the best decision for you. Why? You may run out of classic tuxedo options in your size. Also, it’s good to coordinate with your prom date on what color of dress she will be wearing. This way, you can pair the color with your tie and look good together.

Be a Gentleman

Despite what pop culture is telling you, it is always a good tip to be a gentleman to your date (or any woman for that matter). Make sure that you pull out her chair, open the car door, and think of her welfare first. If she feels cold, you can offer your tuxedo jacket to keep her warm.

Bring Flowers

Whether you’re picking up your date or meeting her at the prom venue, it’s always a good idea to greet her with a bouquet of flowers. She will feel really happy with the gesture, even if you’re well-meaning and treat it as a sign of being a gentleman. It will still make her feel special and lucky enough to be your date!

Ask Her to Dance

No matter how good or bad you are in dancing, it’s good to ask your date to dance with you. This will let you both enjoy each other’s company and remember the event the rest of your life.

Remember, prom is not only for real life couples and romance. Even if you’re just friends with your date, you can still make the night extra memorable for her. Show her a good time by being a gentleman and looking your best. These are the best secrets for enjoying your prom.

If you’re still looking for a tuxedo for your prom, check out our available tuxedo rental options. You’ll find one that will suit you best!


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