Looking for a tuxedo store that specializes in weddings? Want to try on the tux instead of choosing from a catalog? Need to see your options in-person and life-size? Las Vegas grooms, we have a find for you! Tuxedo Junction Formal Wear offers the largest men’s formal wear warehouse in Las Vegas with tuxedos of all styles, colors, and designers. With so many options, you’re bound to discover the tuxedo that best matches your personality and makes you feel confident for your wedding day.

Tuxedo Junction booth at Bridal Spectacular

For Las Vegas weddings, Tuxedo Junction offers special discounts and high-quality services designed with the groom in mind. Grooms receive discounts and deals on their gear when six wedding party members book their tuxedos with Tuxedo Junction. Also, this tuxedo store offers free tux pick-up after the wedding, so a groom doesn’t have to worry about driving across town to return rented tuxedos. But best of all is the groom’s in-store customer experience. Whether a groom knows exactly what he’s looking for or he is trying on a tuxedo for the first time, Tuxedo Junction provides professional customer service and product variety to make every man happy with his wedding day attire.

From single- or double-breasted jackets to tailcoats to dinner jackets, Tuxedo Junction’s warehouse offers every tuxedo style a guy could imagine. Pair that with over a dozen shirt styles and hundreds of accessories that can be added to customize a man’s look to his liking for his wedding day. Even better, it’s all available immediately.

“We have all the products here in the store,” Michelle Parsons, Director of Sales and Marketing at Las Vegas’ Tuxedo Junction, said at the most recent Bridal Spectacular bridal show. “We do everything locally.”

In the store, a team of tuxedo experts are available to help a groom choose the best attire to fit his personality. This includes a tuxedo, shirt, vest, tie, and accessories, like shoes, cummerbund, cuff links, and more. If a groom likes several styles, a tuxedo expert can even set up mannequins wearing any tuxedos he wants to see in more detail. Once he selects his favorite style, he will be able to try on his tux right there at the store, without having to wait until the wedding week. A Tuxedo Junction team member will then take his measurements, assist with sizing, and ensure that all tailoring modifications will be made with time to spare for any wedding.

Michelle Parsons with Tuxedo Junction team members

“Even if they have out-of-town guests, if they have his measurements we get everything ready for him,” Parsons said. “And if any changes need to be made, we have all the products right here.”

With customer service this impressive, it’s no wonder Tuxedo Junction has been one of the top tuxedo shops in Las Vegas since their beginnings 31 years ago. Today, Tuxedo Junction maintains their high standards for customer satisfaction and their wide variety of tuxedos, from infant sizes to adult, including big and tall for men. Tuxedo Junction also offers designer brands for men, such as Perry Ellis, Pierre Cardin, Oscar de la Renta, Christian Dior, Fubu and more. From tuxedos to accessories, Tuxedo Junction offers quality products with affordable prices. If you’re about to be married, add a stop at Tuxedo Junction to your Las Vegas wedding planning and enjoy the experience!

Want to make an appointment? Visit the website for Tuxedo Junction Formal Wear, Las Vegas. Browse your options, register your wedding party, find the store located nearest to you, and call to make an appointment.

Don’t forget to stop by Tuxedo Junction’s booth at the upcoming Bridal Spectacular bridal show on January 21-22, 2011, at Cashman Convention Center! Speak with representatives, see samples of their groom’s attire, and enter to win discounts and receive great deals from this Las Vegas tuxedo warehouse. Visit http://www.bridalspectacular.com for a complete list of all tuxedo and formal wear stores that will be present at the Bridal Spectacular bridal show this month.

Author: Allyson Siwajian © 2011

Photo credit: Allyson Siwajian © 2010