Whether it's baccarat at the Wynn or nickel slots at the gas station, Vegas has a limitless capacity to steal the shirt off your back. So when you come out on top, set yourself up with clothing from Greg Chapman, Custom Tailor
Chapman's gained fame for a Beverly-Hills-based program that's allowed everyone from Burt Reynolds to the President of Honduras to re-up on custom threads from anywhere, and he just opened a new Vegas outpost to serve casino execs and gamblers with temporary custody of casino exec money. How it works: meet Chapman on The Strip at Turnberry Place, where he'll take a staggering 35 precise body measurements, consult with you on style/fabric/accessories, then map out a wardrobe plan that could include everything from a few dress shirts to suits, slacks, tuxes, or, if you've just landed a gig at the Flamingo, velvet blazers. Once measured up, you can keep Chapman on retainer as a style advisor for as little as $150/month, with all monies treated as purchase credit; he'll even mail you swatches, giving you an extaordinary opportunity to take part in baffling decisions on which you'll ultimately defer.
Even when your specs change due to fatness, Chapman can handle re-sizing over the phone: he'll ask you to put on a specific garment, tug at it in particular ways, and describe its tautness/looseness -- so as you struggle into your once impeccably fitted slacks, Chapman can update his files even as your gut comes out on top.