Historically, custom suits have been the sole purview of the wealthy and glamorous (Marlon Brando), and the wealthy and freakishly disproportionate (Shaq, Marlon Brando). Bringing bespoke to the everyman: Indochino. The lovechild of a Canadian commerce student and a Singaporean fashionista, Indo cuts wildly affordable custom two- and three-pieces in Shanghai, employing local family-run tailors -- just like everyone else, except Indo's happy to tell you their gear's made in Chino. Just pick from their 20+ always-in-flux offerings, then either pop in your height/weight/waist, or go fully custom; Indo'll send you a tape measure for a buck (along with free fabric samples), then walk you through their measuring process, which can be completed in 12 minutes with the help of a friend (unfortunately, that's what she said). Ranging from tweeds, to tuxes, to white-on-whites, to I-banker pinstriped jobs, the suits top out at $395, but most come in comfortably under that, notably the $200 "No Frills Charcoal" -- which offers nearly as much flavor and far less spontaneous combustibility as the pricier "Match-Lit Smoky Mesquite". Indo also peddles shirts, coats, cufflinks, and ties, offers a money-back guarantee on all buys, and in case you still need to make some tweaks once you get your duds, gives you the first $25 worth of alterations free -- which'll neatly cover the freakish process of disproportioning, from "The Wild One" through "The Island of Dr. Moreau".