Though its name has a plummy English ring, Thomas Pink was founded in 1984 by three Irish brothers with a vision to introduce Savile Row–style shirts to the discerning masses — that is, for under $200. Now, a year into its rebrand as Pink Shirtmaker, with a new creative director who hails from Gucci and Dunhill and believes going tieless is in style, the haberdashery brings its first U.S. brick-and-mortar of the new era to the Gold Coast. Classics like herringbone oxfords and Prince of Wales check dress shirts color its new boutique, as do designs that are more West Loop swank than Bond Street tweed. Think stretchy but smart fabrics, slim-fit sweaters, cheeky braces (what we Americans call “suspenders”), and a service for bespoke shirts. “Men in the city are dressing differently, no longer obligated to wear suits,” says Pink’s president for the Americas, Brigid Andrews. That makes now an exceedingly ideal time for dapper Chicagoans to reshape their work wardrobes, which can be as simple as picking up a jaunty silk square for your breast pocket or a lush cashmere scarf to add flair. 66 E. Walton St.