Hi all, first time posting after lurking for a few weeks. Very impressed with the forum and all the knowledge here. I come to you all in desparation, with what might be somewhat of a newbie problem, so I would like to apologise in advance, in case my problem is one that has been addressed, but managed to evade my use of the "search" function. Anyway, I've always been somewhat difficult to fit in terms of stuff on the shelf and even in M2M. This time last year, I would generally start well with a 46R jacket/38x32 pants, and would then have to have the seat let out, the collar lowered (I have very square shoulders that don't taper, which would cause the material to pull across the shoulders. I have since lost a considerable amount of weight and started lifting, and am trying to refill my wardrobe with clothing that fits me properly. As of last thursday, I was 43 7/8" chest, 33.5" waist (around the navel). I forget what my other measurements were. For shirts, I measured a 16.5 neck, 35" sleeve. My problem is finding clothing that looks right on me. Last week at brooks, I got a bunch of their 16.5/35 "slim cut" shirts, but they are still very, very baggy in the abdomen. I had to get a 37/34 in wool dress pants to fit me in the seat, but even moreso in the thighs (the pleats were pulling), which they are pinching the waist and shortening, meanwhile in golf khakis, I fit a 34x32 fine. I had no hope of getting a blazer/suit that could be tailored to fit me, so I went to their M2M, and the person helping me said that I should start investigating bespoke, because the design of their M2M wouldn't compliment my build. Long story short, since all the father's day sales are going on in NYC, I would like to seize the opportunity to redo my wardrobe to have everything fit me properly, without having to spend more than 1/2 of my budget on tailoring items, which is still a crap shoot. Does anyone have any insight on how I can proceed? Any brand reccomendations? Tips on where to hunt? Insight on places that do M2M for people built like me? I'm young, somewhat limited in budget, but still want to look the absolute best I possibly can, so any help/insight on being a smarter shopper, and places to hunt in the NYC/Greater NY area (Online works, too) would be extremely appreciated. I would again like to apologise for the possible 'newb-ness' of my query, but we all need to start somewhere, and hope I can learn enough here and in my own experiences to offer help and insight like you all so graciously provide. Thanks so much in advance, and I look forward to hearing from you all.