Frequent dry-cleaning shouldn't make suits tear (at least not much faster than they would otherwise). The first step should be to determine whether the suits fit properly, especially with the current trend of skinny suits.
Suit 2's sleeves are too long. The jackets look slightly short. All the pants are too long and too tight in the seat. Nothing else jumps out as wrong, but shoulders (important) cannot really be judged without a side view.
That is inaccurate. It leaves out athletic-cut suits, which usually have an 8-inch drop. Which probably isn't good enough (expensive, probably imperfect tailoring needed), but Dior Homme is closer to an 11-inch drop (and expensive). Suit separates might be the best option.
If there's any tie color that can go with any suit, it's blue, but the options (shade) can vary depending on the suit's color. Typical striped ties of 2-3 colors go with many suits, except in particularly formal settings.
The size 94 looks better than the 98 and anything posted previously. However, it would need some non-extreme tailoring in multiple places, and it might be too short, which if so likely can't be fixed.
Also, it looks like there's a sleeve length difference, perhaps due to a so-called dropped shoulder. It's common but something to be concerned about, re fitness.
Jacket sizes might vary in multiple measurements, and therefore each potential size should be tried. Variation...
Tweed isn't known for use on "night out on the town." Same for fresco and hopsack. Herringbone tweed might be passable, though. Brown is typically a daytime color. Patch pockets also don't fit well in the (sometimes dressy) night out scenario.
98 looks small in the waist. That can be fixed. However, between that and the silhouette (some of which is the camera angle), it looks unflattering. 102 looks rather big in many places. Maybe you should try another brand, something with more padded shoulders or the equivalent of an in-between size (e.g., 100). Without flap pockets definitely would be an improvement.