As a fashion epicenter, NYC has some of the best tailors in the business, which is convenient, because the East Village has the grossest, most-misshapen people. For a New York sew-smith excited to take it easy due to Denver's perfectly athletic torsos: Alexander West Custom Shirting.
Making Mile High his first outpost outside of The Big Apple, former i-banker West is i-banking (!!!) that people in Colorado also enjoy occasionally looking not-schlubby, and is now scheduling fitting appointments inside Fashion Denver.
Book yourself a meeting, and a rep will take nine measurements (including biceps, wrist, and hips) for a full bespoke shirt (or just your sleeve and neck if you're in a rush/hate people touching you); they'll plug the numbers into a proprietary algorithm for the garment's dimensions, and your perfectly fitting, right-place-hugging shirt will arrive in three to five weeks, giving you an awesome excuse to not lift any weights for the next month.
The customization options are staggering -- especially if you're super weak and your legs can't easily support the weight of mother of pearl buttons -- and include 2000 fabric types from "renowned textile makers" like Thomas Mason and Alumo, collar styles like English or wide spread, cuffs, pockets, and monogramming, all of which will set you back somewhere between $105 and $225.
If you believe you already have the perfect-fitting shirt, just send it to their tailors with your preferences for a new one, and they'll copy the fit and make it, priming Denver to surpass NYC on fashion rankings everywhere, resulting in New Yorkers getting even more bent out of shape.