'The Wolf of Wall Street' is aggressive in plot, length, and decibels. It is exactly the kind of movie you might feel like seeing after two days of polite conversation and delayed hangovers brought on by mindless consumption of average quality merlot, which might explain why the screening I attended was completely packed out. Another contributing factor is that it’s one of the most highly anticipated releases of 2013, naturally: It’s directed by Martin Scorsese, it stars Leonardo DiCaprio, and it delivers on the wicked mix of humor and spectacle it promises. READ: 'Wolf' Star Says Love Scenes with Leo Not All That It also delivers on unabashed misogyny, which is something I could take or leave. I walked out feeling both very impressed, mildly ashamed at the ease with which I managed to shut myself off, and enjoy the film for what it was: A party that dragged on just a little too long. However, I did crave something else essential to what there was of a plot: A real grown-up person suit. PHOTOS: Olivia Wilde Debuts a Daring Look at London's 'Rush' Premiere Vital to 'The Wolf of Wall Street’s' drug-fuelled debauchery and high-finance hustling are the suits. At the start of the film DiCaprio’s character Jourdan Belfort, “the wolf,” is dressed in endearingly tragic double-breasted jackets, which are soon swapped for shiny silk Giorgio Armani pinstripes and royal blue power ties. In real life his fancier suits were made by Manhattan tailor Anthony Giliberto, whose life became so inextricably interwoven with Belfort’s Stratton Oakmont that he was even recruited to be a broker with the company (he turned it down). PHOTOS: A Look at Leonardo DiCaprio's Past Loves For some much-needed inspiration on how to channel your inner she-wolf in the fashion department, check out my picks for best power suits you need right now.