This upscale men's clothing store harkens back to the past but carries contemporary lines too.. A Perfect Fit Kirby's takes great pride in its tailoring shop. In the back of the store, guys on vintage Singer sewing machines nip and tuck until suits, pants, shirts and shorts fit perfectly. Three huge pressing machines, most commonly used by dry cleaners, allow the clothes to be neatly pressed even while pinned. A special machine designed to sew denim keeps $150 jeans from fraying around the bottom.
What You'll Pay Ties run $50 to $100. Crocodile and alligator belts go for about $300, and shoes sell for $145 to $300. Suits can cost anywhere from $425 to $2000, depending on whether the suit is off the rack or custom-made and what fabrics are used.