There are only two obstacles standing between you and a custom suit: cost, and fear of being confused for one of the stars of ABC's Big Shots, coming to televisions everywhere for like a week last fall. Get a suit fit for your wallet and lifestyle, from Ted Baker.
Through the holiday season, Therapy's offering custom jobs from the London designer's classily edgy Endurance Collection for just $695 -- simply try on the in-store samples, let the tailor mark 'em up, pick the colors and styles you want, and in just one week you'll be ready to accidentally seduce your boss's wife. Styles start with the single-breasted, two-button "Slim Jim" in black, chocolate, or navy, featuring a "contemporary fit" with angled pockets, dark red floral silk lining, low-rise trousers, and a "suppressed waist" (bold claim, Ted Baker). To take things up two notches, opt for the "Party Animal" tuxedo, a black, 100% shape-retention wool number in one-button peak lapel, two-button notch collar, or double-breast with sateen lapels and pockets; the tux is actually water-and-stain resistant, so you're now free to crash grade school Crocodile Mile galas sans the embarrassment of always being the "underdressed" one.
Because custom suits look awkward if you go shirtless, they've also got three colors (white, light blue, lilac) of 100% cotton button-downs, like the solid color double cuff "Upteen", the herringbone-esque single cuff "Gotta", or the slightly textured single cuff "Smooch" -- a shameful name you can coyly announce to dispel any notion that you're a Big Shot.