Getting a bespoke suit is great, but having it fit you in all the right places won't prevent you from showing up to a wedding looking like you're there to embalm the bride's father. Taking a more nuanced bespoke approach, Henry A. Davidsen.
Founded by a 23-year-old Wharton grad whose tailoring lineage extends back to his great-grandfather (a Santiago native who made Chile's president look positively capital), HD combines custom craftsmanship with insightful interrogation to design suits perfectly optimized for any lifestyle that actually requires wearing clothes. Offering four lines of escalating finery, HD determines each customer's perfect blend of cut, color, and cropping through a consultation covering expectations and objectives: for lawyers seeking to influence juries, dark suits w/ sharp, defined cuts really work the box, though defense attorneys go with softer, natural colors to elicit compassion; meanwhile, architects get jackets with raised, slender arms and slimmer lapels, to evidence both a hip, creative mind, and the sensible willingness to draw up sewage plans. As for guys who're just crashing cocktail parties, there's the big, swinging sophistication of offset buttonholes with contrast stitching on brushed pinstripe lapels, or simply opt for jacket-friendly custom selvage -- nothing says "I'm going to eat my weight in shrimp while stinking of Dewar's" like a suit where the bottom is jeans.
Optimizing even the experience, HD maintains a wine fridge and fully stocked bar in their leather-couched backroom; clients are even encouraged to invite friends to hang out -- they'll love whatever you're wearing, so long as they're totally em-bombed.