If you're like most American men, your closet is a rough sea of mediocrity, filled with sale-rack specials and XXL charity-walk T-shirts. In there somewhere, jutting from the service like a life raft, is (or should be) that one piece you splurged on: timeless, perfectly fitting and worn every time someone dies. It is (or should be) from Billy Reid. The Highland Park outpost is small and tightly curated, but you'll still find yourself lugging nine things into the dressing room. The selection is on-trend but muted, so no one will accuse you of trying too hard. It's expensive — we're talking $150-plus for a shirt — but the clothes are timeless both in style and construction, and you'll be relying on them for years.