When I was in Thailand I found a brilliant Nepalese tailor in Chiang Mai whom I commissioned to make me a pair of suits (deep charcoal grey and midnight blue), a charcoal grey wool coat, and ten shirts, meticulously fitted, in white, varying shades of grey and blue, and pinstripe. Suits were modelled after the Tom Ford suits worn by Daniel Craig in Casino Royale, and by Bradley Cooper in Limitless. Shirts were modelled after Thomas Pink, also as worn by Cooper.
At the time, everything fit perfectly, like a second skin. At the time, I was also doing things like trekking around in the jungle and riding a touring bike from Myanmar to Thailand, so suffice to say I was a bit smaller than I am now, after six months of eating lots of eggs and meat again every day, and training at the fantastic gym attached to my apartment.
Noticing a decided tightness around the chest and shoulders, and I can no longer button the top button of my shirts, nor the second button of my shirt cuffs. I told the tailor to allow for this, but he clearly underestimated how much I would likely (re)grow. Happily, he made all of the garments with plenty of extra fabric for just such an eventuality, so I'll just have everything altered to match my new measurements.