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"Light gray or indigo" statement at the end basically invalidates that post. Though it does point out he wants the shoe in brown, which would be the wrong choice for most interviews.
The real problem is that they are bluchers, not balmorals. Do Google Images searches with the terms (and the word "shoes"). Balmorals are more formal and therefore more appropriate for interviews.
A light gray polo also would look right.
Tan pants would also work well. White doesn't work well - too much color contrast.
It's probably time to add a pink tie. (Edit: assuming it works for the complexion, and not one of the loud, shiny pink ties often found weddings.) It would go well with any of the jackets. Everything in the current collection is at least borderline business casual.
It probably wasn't "inevitable," but it was likely. His suggested fix sounds more like a guess from someone who has never pressed a suit. An alternative is to have the waist let out slightly.
That was an indirect way of saying there's probably no more tailoring that can be done. Unless that was just a dry-cleaner - an alterations tailor might have more knowledge.
Is there bloating? Does the pants and shorts feel tighter during some parts of the day than others? Also, no medications that might be causing weight gain?
Putting aside likely locked knees and less-than-ideal camera angle, It looks weird, mainly due to the seeming very short tibia. In the future, the best solution might be to get pants with very little creasing.
A bit longer when new, because jumpers (sweaters) tend to shrink more than other items.
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