If you had a nickel for every time you groused about fancypants fashion guys making design decisions for you, you'd have enough money to buy one of their shirts. So make your own damn shirts, with 9tailors. Founded by four Boston friends (one former fashion CEO, one production manager, two tech nerds), 9tailors lets you customize dress shirts online from among 138,000 style and fabric combinations; the deets're sent to an unknown number of Hong Kong tailors, who vie to produce a high quality finished product that starts at just $60. Just make your style selections (collar, placket, pocket, cuff, cuff button), choose one of 36 materials/patterns (pale yellow broadcloth, pool-blue chevron, midnight oxford, pinpoint grid in fire engine, etc), and enter measurements for everything from your shapely hips to your pony-keg-like biceps. Create a username to save your choices in an "online closet", making repeat use easy, and giving you time to decide whether that mandarin collared lavender pinpoint number is a good idea, or a great idea. If your shirt doesn't come out right, take it into 9's Boston office and they'll adjust it free of charge -- important, because while you can now be trusted with your own designs, you can't be trusted not to lie about the girth of your midriff.