Men typically parlay vast experience into self-serving benefits -- Dick Cheney used political connects to become Halliburton CEO, then used Halliburton connects to become VP, then used VP connects for the ultimate prize, blamelessly shooting a dude in the face. Selflessly leveraging his connections to keep you in menswear, Ken Barber
From his brick, wood, and concrete boutique, Barber sells premium casually conservative overstock from the US, Europe, and Asia at least 30-50% less than comparable stores -- an arrangement made possible through broker/manufacturer connections garnered from 25 years experience and mad retail cred (he was the first ATL Saks employee to sell $1 million in merch). Brands (Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, etc) rotate every two-three weeks, with the current Armani-heavy stock priced at $850 or less for full suits (normally $2k-plus) and just-jackets at up to 60% off the $1k suggested retail; more casually, there's knitwear and jackets from Nove and Stonerose, and $75-$110 denim from brands like Agave and Five Four -- a name that tortuously references "one love" (5-4=one), though without the minus sign, you could just as easily fall into "unrequited 9". Barber also sells an eponymous line of formal wear and tuxes (super 150-count threading) and Egyptian cotton button-downs ($150-$225) cut to feel tailored but not too tight, thus avoiding the dreaded "Under Armour Office Collection" look
Also at the store: product from the classy yet no-frills grooming brand Woody's, including shaving gel, after-shave moisturizer, "Meat & Potatoes" soap, and body spray -- in shotgun terms, think of that last one as the penultimate prize.