Sharp dressers working at Wall Street’s counting houses won’t have to settle for unwanted pleats on cookie-cutter suits, thanks to the newest My.Suit (which joins two midtown locations). Men can customize made-to-measure ensembles in this sprawling, nearly all–black-and-white megastore, outfitted with sexy lighting and three-mirror changing chambers. Fitters are armed with measuring tapes, ready to calculate gents’ sizes, and after an hour-long session, they’ll promise to finish your custom suit within two weeks. Blokes can choose from a library of fabrics swatches, linings and buttons to design their own pants and jackets down to every last stitch. Plus, you won’t be asked to cough up extra dough for most of the personal touches, like buttons, stitching, lapels and pockets. On-trend plaid suits with velvet collars and matching lapels or navy pinstripe styles with custom-colored buttons both start at $495. Though most suits don’t top that price, wish-list add-ons, such as monograms and intricate pattern work, can hike the cost up to $2,000.
30 Broad St
|Cross street:||at Exchange St|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 10am–8pm, Sat 10am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm|
|Transport:||Subway: J, Z to Broad St|
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