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Hey there, Wall Street blokes and midtown lawyers: Whether your go-to work ensemble is looking a little ragged or you’re just feeling fancy, get spiffed up at Suitsupply’s first U.S. location (there are more than 30 branches worldwide). The shop solely stocks Suitsupply-brand items, which are high quality and offered at so-worth-it prices. Suits ($400–$650), jackets ($299) and trousers ($129) are neatly hung on floor-to-ceiling racks, and ties ($45) are artfully arranged by color and style. Shoes, including suede chukka-style ankle boots ($289), are showcased in bright red shelves lining one wall. Embracing traditional construction, Suitsupply requires its tailors to complete a six-month apprenticeship program before fitting any customers. The modern, tapered garments—such as long linen jackets with large lapels ($299) and chambray slim-fitted dress shirts ($99)—are whipped up to your individual specifications. Grab a complimentary cup of coffee while you wait for the piece to be tailored ($13–$45), and you’ll be out the door with your new purchase in an hour or less.