Trying to fasten on his bow tie, cummerbund and pocket square, Tre Campbell, of Mountain Pointe High School, got ready in a matter of minutes for his senior prom.

"I have no idea how to fold this," he said about the royal blue pocket square —the rest of his all-white tuxedo already on.

His cufflinks sat on one of his shelves which held a collection of athletic trophies for basketball and football over the years.

After getting a gym bag together with a fresh change of clothes, Campbell headed down the stairs of his South Phoenix home, where his mom, sister and cousin were waiting.

"Can you come down here so we can see you," said older sister Chanette Campbell.

"No, I was just going to jump out of the window, Chanette," Campbell said, teasing her.

The ladies helped him put the finishing touches on his tux, tucking in his pocket square for him and clipping down his bow tie. Before leaving, Campbell's mom, Lanette, took a photo of Campbell with his sister.

"Now smile and say 'prom,'" she said holding up her iPhone.

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