A man should always look like he's ready to get down to business, whether it's a three-piece for a job interview, or "elastic everything" before an afternoon at Cici's Pizza. Get yourself suitably prepped for number one, at Executive Clothiers
Set up with a chocolate brown leather sectional, a huge black & gold framed mirror, and photos & trophies of the equestrian exploits of CEO/thread-smith Miguel Wilson (whose clients include Alge Crumpler and Dominique Wilkins), Executive's slingin' custom and ready-to-wear "classy-conservative" suits, shirts, and ties, and claim they've "got your essentials covered", even if Alge Crumpler has a tighter end than you. Hit the fabric bar for a custom shirt made with one of 14 collar styles (wide triangle-tipped, rounded front), and 1,000+ cloth types, including twills, finely spun Super 120s, and broadcloths from France, Egypt, and the UK; they also do custom suits (up to Super 150s thread), and'll advise you on current styles, fabrics, and trends (out: slap bracelet cuffs and pegging your suit pants). Racked inventory includes neckwear from their own line in a variety of spring hues, plus luxury brands like Joseph Addo, Carrington, and Italy's Dolcepunta (known for their 11-fold bowties); there're also cotton and wool dress shirts from Giorgio Valentini, and ready-to-wear suits like a brown poly blend from Italy's Marchatti and a two-buttoned model from Vitarelli in shiny silver "sharkskin", about which the tailor will say "you're gonna need a bigger suit"
While you're shopping, EC'll even hook you up with free wine, Heineken, or cocktails; call and ask for Tom Liott to learn about promotions like $300 gift cards for just $75 -- price elasticity that puts your pepperoni-stressed Zubaz to shame.