CTone pointed out a link to Concealed Carry Tailoring Tips.
Looks like an interesting site and service, too, although I don't see myself ever having any need for a custom, bespoke suit, and certainly not one I order over the internet for upwards of a grand. Mind you, I bought several bespoke suits before I retired, but I was in Korea, so the price was, well, lower by about one order of magnitude. Never having handled a thousand dollar suit, I can't speak as to the relative quality of workmanship or materials.
Read Chris's thoughts on "dressing for success" a while back, and, well, again, I can't see myself ever having need for a thousand dollar suit, or a hundred (or more!) dollar dress shirt.
Part of that's may be living in the Seattle area; if we go to a show or what you would expect to be a formal dinner party, I'm usually about the only one in a suit. Bankers don't wear suits here. Which I was pointedly informed of when I started my job search, and showed up for a coaching session in a three piece suit with "power tie."
And ya' know what? That's fine.