Rose Tuxedo is named after my mother Rosanne, who (with our family) has served the valley’s formal wear needs for morethan 35 years. Since 1980, we’ve been providing top-quality suits for every major event in the Arizona valley, and we take pride in helping everyone look their very best. We are a family of Tailors. Formal wear sales to rentals, custom tailoring, jewelry, and planning of events from Proms to Quinceanera parties..if you need to look your best for any black tie event…we can make it happen. Since we specialize in only tuxedos , we can definitely provide the very best in service, selection, and value when compared to the national chains! Stop by your nearest store and check us out! My Uncle Mike owns Presidents Tuxedos in Michigan. He started with one location and now has over 40. We can take care of all your needs with 3 easy to find locations in Arizona: our Mesa store (Alma School and Baseline, 480-831-5255) has been suiting the East Valley for over 27 years in the same location, our 35th Avenue store near Metro Center (35th Avenue just north of Peoria, 602-375-8280) has been suiting the West Valley for over 25 years in the same location, and our Central Phoenix location/warehouse is located on 24th Street and Indian School Road (southeast corner of 24th Street and Indian School Road, 602-957-0089). We have over 3,500 square feet of inventory. The reason that is so important in our industry is because if you need anything the same day we can have if for you. Others don’t stock their inventory in-state and at each location like we do. We can make changes the same day. Have a look at a video of our Tuxedo Wear house location
HOW TO RENT A TUX
Do I need to make an appointment?
You do not need to make an appointment, please stop in when it is convenient for you. However, if you wish to schedule an appointment to try tuxedo or suit stuff on at one of our locations you may simply contact one of our store’s to find out best times to come in.
Should all tuxedos match for a wedding party?
Yes, it is very important that all men in a wedding party wear matching tuxedos. (Fathers can be different) and many brides prefer to have the groom wear a different a different color for the groom’s accessories (vest and tie or bow tie).
Do I have to return my tuxedo at the same store where I picked it up? No, you may return your tuxedo to any of our Rose Tuxedo shop.
What if some wedding party members live in another city or out of state? How do I get them Fitted?
Any member of the wedding party can go into any Tuxedo shop across the country and ask for a courtesy measurement. They will take care of the rest and some do have a small fee for the service but most shops do it free for each other.
Who should wear a tuxedo at my wedding?
A good rule of thumb is to have all the men you want in your wedding photos wear tuxedos. Obviously the groom and his attendants should be in tuxedos, but you should also consider other family members, including fathers, brothers and grandfathers.
Why should I rent shoes?
Do you really want to leave it to chance that everyone in the wedding party will have the appropriate shoes to wear with their tuxedo? Make sure your wedding photos turn out perfectly by having every man in the wedding party wear matching shoes. But they can wear their own and most of the time pictures turn out just fine.
Can I measure myself?
We recommend that you do not measure yourself. You can have professional measurements taken free of charge at any most tuxedo shops nationwide.
When can my tuxedo be picked up?
As they arrive, we try and call to let you know you can come in for the final fitting. Most of the time they are in 3 days before the event. Earlier fittings are possible when the arrangements have been made prior to pick-up.
What happens if the tuxedo does not fit?
All Rose Tuxedo specialists are trained for onsite alterations (such as adjusting the sleeve or trouser length). In the event that an item needs to be re-ordered, Rose Tuxedo will do everything possible to arrange for the item to arrive in the store by the event date.