I have, for a long time, despised the way people present themselves to the world. Since I've discovered wet shaving, I only leave the house unshaven if I'm working in the garage or yard and need to get supplies and haven't showered. My wife recently commented that, even if I'm only going to the grocery store, I'm always well put together (which consists of of clean not-outrageously faded jeans, Iron Ranger boots, a decent shirt, and a saddleback belt). The major push for this is seeing people at a restaurant in sweatpants or the slobbing equivalent. I have the start of a few things, but I want to step it up. I have some corduroy pants, some canvas-type pants, some plaid shirts and such, and nice casual-type sweaters. I have found that my brown Iron Ranger boots literally work for every single outfit I own (even my gray pants) so I think those will work for most everything I get. I want to get a few casual-type suits for when I go out with my wife (decent restaurant type places are about a fancy as we usually get). I am in money saving mode for this year (some unfortunate events put me in more debt than I am comfortable having), but I know there are good tailors around St. Louis, MO that will make good suits for a decent price. I'm looking for the traditional Darren Stevens type suits (I prefer a classic look) so I can wear these to a movie and dinner with my wife as well as a wedding or a stage performance if I need to dress it up further. I wear my uniform more than anything and I'm in pajama pants and a t-shirt at home, so I should be able to get away with three suits. I want black, a light gray, and either blue or dark brown. Again, this won't happen until next summer 2014 earliest, but I want to do this right and do it once, so I'm starting the planning now. I get a LOT of clothing sale information from the Cool Material website and I might jump on some small things but I'm small and off-the-rack suits just don't fit me the way I want, so getting a suit made is just about the only option for something I plan on wearing for as many years as the stitches hold. This is usually where I would curse all you enablers for leading me to this, but I want to thank you gentlemen for helping me step up my game. I am old enough to realize that I don't want to be part of the problem any longer, so it's time to do something. It'll be a long time in the making, but better late than never. I'm working with what I have to ease the transition now and I see it going pretty well.