"If clothing retail is your business, you know the smart money is going online and the partners behind Jack Robie-the new online only shirt maker-know a thing or two about money. Brad Corona and Brian Nicholson left Wall Street to create this line of dress and casual shirts that offer trim fits, great fabrics and reasonable price points. The U.S. made shirts retail for between $95 and $115; a pittance compared to what could be (and is) charged for products of this provenance. The lack of leases, wholesale and other costs associated with brick and mortar sales outlets allow the brand, named after Cary Grant's character in To Catch a Thief, to charge the larcenous prices they do. It also allows them to replenish and adjust their inventory according to customer needs. And the need for well fitting dress shirts is great. One walk down Wall Street will tell you that."