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These have way too much going on to really fit into any setting! If I were you, I'd get something like an Allen Edmonds Strand, in either brown or walnut. Both go with a navy suit and will be versatile enough for other uses, too. See the seller on StyleForum for probably the best price.
Bookster can probably make you one. Their "lounge jacket" has less constructed shoulders: http://www.tweed-jacket.com/JACKET%20PAGE/Bookster%20Lounge%20Jacket%20with%203-2%20Roll.html
^ It can't hurt to condition them to avoid any cracking or extra creasing that might occur if the leather has dried out in that time, although they're probably fine. Since polishing is mostly aesthetic, that's a personal judgment on how they look.
Those kill. In my opinion they look better on feet, with the way they conform around ankle bones, than fresh out of the box.      
What is the difference in color between the two medium brown Renovating Recolorant Repair Creams, 04 and 37? http://www.hangerproject.com/closet/saphir-renovating-recolorant-repair-cream.html
Currently. They have in the past been made in walnut shell.
But they're white.   Re: sweating and staining: I normally use only deodorant, but if I am expecting a particularly hot day outdoors, I apply CertainDri the night before. It works well, and I haven't noticed any staining from using it, albeit infrequently.
I believe there are better options to reduce perception of your height without resorting to extremely low-heeled shoes. Since I'm 5'10", I don't know it off the top of my head, but there is advice around SF for dressing as a tall person.
Why do you want this?   But: some Rachel Comey and Vanishing Elephant models have low heels. Opening Ceremony have even lower. But I've never handled any of these shoes, so I can't speak to their quality. If the soles are merely glued to the uppers, they're crap. I also imagine these thin soles don't last very long, but again: no firsthand experience.
I am pretty much exactly the same size as you, although I do have a wider chest. I've tried a few different options, but I've most liked the Alternative Apparel v-necks as undershirts. They're kind of expensive, but I got them on sale at Belle and Clive (where they were still kind of expensive). The V is deep enough not to show at all when the top button is undone. They come in a range of colors, so you can get something that isn't white, and won't show from under thin,...
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