Men's Dress Code

The Texas Christian Homeschool Prom is a formal event, and as such, requires gentlemen to be in formal attire. We have created some guidelines to help you choose your attire wisely and appropriately. If you arrive at prom out of dress code, you will have a couple of options.We will use the resources we have to help you get your attire within dress code, or you may leave prom and change your attire to comply with our dress code.

It is our hope that every gentleman will arrive in acceptable attire. We do not want to turn anyone away due to a dress code violation. However, we reserve the right to do so and we will. Please send questions to our dress check team.



  • Tuxedos, dress suits (coordinating jacket and slacks), or current formal military uniforms (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, etc.), including dress kilts
  • White dinner jacket with black trousers
  • Neck ties, bow ties, bolo ties or other formal neckwear are required
  • Collared, button up shirts


  • T-Shirts
  • Dockers, Khaki Slacks, Denim or Jeans of any style or color
  • Sport Coats
  • Paramilitary Uniforms (ROTC, CAP, etc.)
  • Tennis Shoes (including "formal" sports shoes of the type offered with some tuxedo rentals)


Tattoos and Body Piercings

  • Tattoos that are small and/or tasteful may be allowed.
  • Large or potentially offensive tattoos must be covered with a bandage or makeup.
  • Piercings and tattoos are allowed at the discretion of the dress check team.


  • Dress shoes or dress boots are required for entry into prom (leave the farm boots at home).
  • You may bring nice, comfortable shoes for dancing. Please plan to change into them after dinner.
  • Dance barefoot at your own risk, as this brings injury every year.



If you rent from Men's Wearhouse, you can use the discount code 7161666.

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