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If that happens, between a belt or jacket, nobody is likely to notice.
There's no law that either pair is a necessary purchase. That said the waist alteration should be cheaper to make.
A professional could adjust for the tightness on the bridge. However, it's not worth it, because overall the pair is too big for the face.
Budget, approximate location? Is the size 38, 39, or 40, or does it fluctuate?
That doesn't sound adequate. Not even a sport jacket? What about dating? A larger, fresher rotation generally is desirable for that, to help not come across as staid. However, probably no more shoes are needed for a while.
It is perfectly fine if you're serious about buying a suit there at some point or you buy a lower-cost item (e.g., socks) on that visit.
This might be more vague than wanted, but Google "Irish sweaters." There are multiple websites in that category selling items that probably fit the criteria. The one above also seems to.
Such an item won't be cheap. What's the budget?
Probably not. It sounds like the corduroy version of the Canadian tuxedo.
Also, buy different suit brands. There shouldn't be such a gap in quality between suits and shoes. There surely is something better available for several hundred dollars, probably via the Internet.
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