Tuxedo rentals from Catalogs, things you should know.
So it’s time to rent a tuxedo or suit for a wedding, prom or some special event, you’ve done your research online or you know a local tuxedo rental shop your going to check out. When you get there you see some very nice designer tuxedos and suits on display but you don’t see the one you might be looking for. You ask the tuxedo specialist your working with if they have any more tuxedos to choose from or know of the one you want, here comes the Tuxedo Catalog with all the designer names, Ike Evening by Ike Behar, Jean Yves tuxedos, Ralph Lauren tuxs, Michael Kors Men’s formal Wear for rental, Joseph Abboud black tuxedo, After Six, Perry Ellis suits and Calvin Klein tuxedos
Why do some tuxedo and bridal shops use Tuxedo Catalogs?
Because it’s very hard to carry all of the latest style of designer tuxedos and suits rentals in stock. Most Tux specialist attend the IFA show (International Formal Wear Association) or meet with Formal Wear Sales person who comes through town and shows you all the latest tuxedos to choose from and purchase for the following year. This is when it gets hard for the Tuxedo shop owner, what styles and colors should they buy, what’s going to be popular, and what will customers be coming in and asking for. It’s never easy and unfortunately we can’t buy everything.
But the Tuxedo wholesaler buys almost every new style that comes out because they want to service every little Tuxedo operator across the USA. One and two store tuxedo shops use the Formal Wear wholesalers Catalog to offer their customers a wide range of Tuxedos and suits to choose from that they didn’t buy, but all this service comes with a nice price tag.
So you like a designer tuxedo rental from a Catalog
Jim’s Formal Wear or Paul Morrell catalog tuxedo rentals may have what your looking for, now what? The Tuxedo specialist will quote you a rental price from the catalog which is usually higher than any tuxedo or suit rental that they carry in stock, why? Because if you own something you can rent in or sell it much cheaper than if you have to pay a middle man (Tuxedo Wholesaler) for their product. A typical fee for the Tuxedo specialist to sub-rent a tuxedo from a catalog is $85 and that is usually does not included shoes (shoes weigh the shipping box down a lot, and the price goes up). Paying the sub rental price and shipping fees the local Tuxedo specialist has to make some money and will charge you a lot more. Every tuxedo shop varies their catalog tuxedo rental price depending on their over head and more. I’ve seen some tux shops charge from $125 to $250 for the same tuxedo rental out of the book. These are the same Tux Catalogs that every tux shop account owner gets.