Custom stuff is always superior to its off-the-rack equivalent, although that doesn't necessarily apply to bras. Custom-ing up your
push-up with underwire wardrobe: His Exclusively. Set up in a sunlit airy studio with decor ranging from contemporary shelving to more traditional wooden product tables and heavy curtained dressing rooms, HE's a new apparel shop offering bespoke shirts and suits as well as a slew of accessories from cufflinks to predominantly silk color squares, although the red ones are all Lenin. Stop by, and they'll quiz you on everything from your social scene, to your family life, to your career, then take measurements (5-20 for custom shirts and approximately 36 for suits) and note of your build, adjusting for shoulder slope, posture, and weight distribution, even though it's really none of their business how good of a drug dealer you are. From there, you'll pick from thousands of fabrics, and the duds'll be sewn in-house, with a turnaround of 14 days for shirts and four to six weeks for suits, which can then be paired with accessories like locally made bowties and neckties, also made custom so "customers never run into their twin in the corridors of City Hall", except for...WHAT DEVILRY IS THIS?! Oh wait, it's just a mirror. Exclusively's also offering some hand-selected premade bits from labels like Samuelsohn and DKNY, and they're more than happy to work as your fashion concierge, whether you need them to coordinate your groomsmen's getups or overhaul your entire wardrobe, which they hopefully won't judge a D. Again, a critique that does not apply to bras.