As KFC has proven with their 16 nuanced varietals of bucket, one package does not fit all. Apply this rule to your wardrobe, and choose a formal wear setup from HAJ Designs.
HAJ is run by a Senegal-born, Paris-raised designer who went from sleeping on Miami Beach while stalking mentorship from Versace, to outfitting everyone from CEOs, to Bernie Mac, to Derek Lee. Start off with one of five consulting options, starting with the basics (head-to-toe measurements, an intro to lush, imported fabrics) up to color/style mapping that'll synch up your gear to everything from your complexion to your personality (which is bitter, due to your lousy complexion). Then, pick from five city-named wardrobe packages, priced according to collection size and fabric quality: the base-level's "Paris" (2 suits, 1 sport coat, 2 pants, 4 shirts, 2 ties, starts at $6k), while the most grandiose is inexplicably dubbed "Chicago" (4x Paris' quantity, priced at $23-$50k -- by this logic, a "Peoria" collection would run a cool mil).
If you don't dig packages at all, go bespoke a la carte with ties (from $65), dress shirts ($200), pants ($275), and suits ($1,500), any of which would look dashing paired with a tub of Original Recipe.