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Do you groom more carefully for events such as interviews? This refers to closer shaves, neater haircuts, freshly cut nails, etc.
Somewhat big feet - avoid the third pair, which probably would make them look bigger, along with indeed possibly being too casual. Between the other pairs, the deciding factor might be what other black dress shoes are already owned.
Then at least cocktail attire (including white dress shirt). No jeans.
What is TIFF? Anyway, at least dark dress shoes, a dress shirt, and a non-flashy jacket. Sometimes celebrities can get away with less, but that's another matter.
The Allen Edmonds above are bluchers, and with only three eyelets (where the laces go). Too casual for interviewing. On looks alone, the J&M pair is right.
Nobody can say if the J&M are right without knowing which pair that is. Again, the styling should be similar to the Park Avenues. Interview shoe leather should be smooth, by the way.
More casual styling on a black/brown belt -> avoid black shoes (but black boots can be okay).
The soles look okay. The stitching, however, looks rather casual for interview dress shoes, and they are bluchers. Allen Edmonds Park Avenue styling is the ideal, and brands like Florsheim have cheaper versions of that.
Not a pure linen suit (too rumpled). Maybe 30% linen. The bits of advice above are okay, though a tie might be too formal. Limited information provided, little advice to give in return.
Tallest person ever to post to a clothing forum....In this case, cuffs, padded shoulders, not slim fit - except it's too late for that. A pocket square when appropriate. The flap pockets were a good idea. The Lee Baron suit jacket looks slightly too short, which arguably renders it unwearable.
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