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If it's neither male-pattern baldness nor alopecia areata (which usually looks different), chances of regrowth are excellent, with the right changes. The dermatologist's job is to figure that out (cause and probably active treatments). Minoxidi/Rogaine all over the head might be the wrong approach, one reason being that so much of it could get into the bloodstream and for example lower blood pressure too much.
No hat might help if there's a scalp condition. The wash-less advice lives on the Internet, but there's almost no validity to it. Only an extremely irritated scalp might benefit from shampooing less (and it probably would be smarter to switch shampoos and rinse better). For most men, washing less increases the risk of hair loss.
The vest looks too big in various places, including the collar, but the length seems right. The shirt also does not fit well, and the total look is subpar.
No, to the second question. For informal use, one of the few rules is to not mix solid black with solid brown. With that suit, various interesting possibilities exist, including wearing a navy cotton belt plus a brown shoe. Black is too formal, agreed. (The website might be down now. Otherwise, there's an article about belts worth reading.)
Balding can be inherited from either parent. That said, the type of hair loss pictured isn't necessarily the usual genetic type. A dermatologist is the best source to consult about the problem.
The sleeves look slightly long, which should not cost much to fix. Other than that, hard to tell, lousy camera angles.
Now that the thread is back, here is the blurb about (working-title) Standard Interview Ties. Not-too-hostile comments are welcome. This is in the context of low-level and mid-level, formal interviews involving people who do not know much about each other. Ties should be in pure silk that is neither knit nor satin-shiny, almost always with a width between the 3.25 and 3.75 inches (partly due to body sizes), maybe 3-fold and definitely fewer than 6. The standard 4 or 5...
If the suit fits like it does on the product page, that is a problem. Wear black shoes. Almost any professional should own black balmorals anyway.
There will not be a personal list. Objectivity is everything here. Individual tastes lead others astray. There might be an interview-tie list. It requires some thought, including whether it is worth turning into an article.
There's no such list. Again, too many variables (personality, personal coloring, work environment, and so on). Maybe an interview-tie list (a subset thereof) is doable.
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