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Ask a tailor in person about the balance. Not whoever already altered the suit. The upper arms, shoulders, and mid-back also look wrong.
Stating your size is almost a requirement for anyone to do much volunteer searching. Pure linen probably would be too casual, but 30% linen might be cool and conservative enough.
What is your size?
A reply that at least isn't insulting: Consult a professional, such as an image consultant. For mostly hair and skin, a local professional might be better. It depends on, for example, who is there.
The quality is an unknown. They look okay, but green really isn't for evening social events.
Suit Supply is "trendy" - skip it. Michael Kors is somewhat fashion-forward and not well-respected for menswear. Buying anything from eBay is high-risk anyway. It would be better to provide an approximate location or rely on websites such as Sierra Trading Post.
If it's S or R, then try Brooks Brothers for suit separates.
Probably something like this (incorrectly called an oxford)... http://www.clarksusa.com/eng/product/farli_limit/26100435 Think lace-up with a rather casual material/finish. A medium color would be better than what's pictured, though.
Between the bespoke and look, it's probably more likely to be cotton than linen. Frankly it looks like it contains some wool, making it better in most ways. Browsing, say, a Nordstrom, could lead to a better idea by hand comparison. The suit's value would be affected by its size, and frankly bespoke by an unknown maker isn't going to be worth much to many people.
The yoke looks like it extends too far out. The other questions could be tentatively answered, but the items should be brought to a tailor and his (or her) skill and attitude could be gauged by answers to those questions.
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