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Looks a bit better in the bottom picture with the second button buttoned, but a cutaway collar really looks better with a tie.
It's a Darren Beaman one button peak lapel bespoke jacket. It's on a display form and likely pinned/clamped in the back in order to look very smooth from the front for the photograph. It would not sit that way if a person was wearing it.
Sounds like you have an extensive high end wardrobe. Why not get both trench coats? Lighter one for day. Darker one for evening.
I don't know if this applies to the shirt Ben Affleck's wears in that movie, but a lot of studios source their shirt wardrobes and individual Hollywood actors get their shirts from Anto Shirtmakers in Beverly Hills. https://www.antoshirt.com/ Look under the "Film & Television" section on the Anto site. Gone Girl is there. . .
Try gray jeans as shown in the linked picture.
A good alterations tailor (not an alterationist at a dry cleaner) should be able to take the thigh in. Have the tailor pin the trousers to the desired width while you are trying them on. That's the best way to determine whether there will be any throwing off of the front crease or of the pleats.
It's a style variation on a motorcycle boot. Yes, dark blue or black jeans would go with them.
I don't think you are going to find many people on this forum who would approve of wearing a suit jacket with jeans. A cream jacket may work though. Try a pale blue shirt.
Great April Fool post.
You could easily shorten that jacket one inch and not have to do anything about the pockets.
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