Miami’s top purveyor of the traditional yet retro-hip Cuban guayabera—a loose-fitting, pleated, button-down shirt—was founded by Ramon Puig, who emigrated to Miami in the 1960s and, until his death at the age of 90 in 2011, used the same scissors he did back then. Today there’s a team of seamstresses who hand-sew 20 shirts a day in all colors and styles. Prices range from $15 to $375.