Trunk Club is not for the bargain hunter. Brand-name jeans cost between $140 and $200 dollars. Many shirts are priced similarly, equivalent to department store prices for the labels.
For some men, Trunk Club doesn't just take the store out of shopping, they like the feeling of having a personal stylist who can answer the question of what to wear.
Most men are "comfortable in sweats and a t-shirt on the weekend," said Spaly. "I think they're comfortable in a grey suit, white shirt, red tie, if they're going to an interview. I think it's all the stuff in the middle that's harder."
He and his stylists can tell a man how to transform a shirt from outdoor casual to restaurant ready (just tuck it in!). And they can help a guy get out of a rut and try new looks – like V-necks, to off-set a round face and give the illusion of a longer torso.
While most men will never have the Hollywood clout of Clooney or Pitt, or the access to the high-power stylists, there is some hope for the little guy.