After decades of wearing store bought, commonly fitting attire I gave in and coddled myself and bought a custom tailored suit. I unceasingly thought of it as an useless luxury, something rich robber barons wear while hand fed berries by subservients. Then I tried on a custom suit. My whole view changed. The journey of having a custom-made suit was much less fatiguing and cheaper than I'd assumed. I went into the tailor and organic dry cleaning shop (most tailors also do dry cleaning) and was dashed from one corner of the store to the next by a gregarious tailor with an old-timer's attitude as we perused fabric colors and patterns. After I selected the colors and patterns I wanted the leather dry cleaners Great Falls VA tailor helped me choose a style. Next came measurements, and it was the most aristocratic I've felt in awhile. But none of that approached to when, three days and one fitting later, I put on the final product. I realize it's cliche, but it fit like a glove. Thinking back as I write this I don't why I had a bitter stance against custom tailoring. I couldn't help but take the rest of my wardrobe to have them adjusted to the correct size. Better yet, the tailor could even do flood restoration for my clothes that'd had water damage the previous spring.