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Tailors have tricks to make small adjustments to the shoulders. The end result might not be perfect, but it should be adequate. It's hard to say what else might need work, due to the poses and low image quality. If the jackets are too short, then don't buy - the entire butt should be covered when pants (not jeans) are worn at the waist. A tailor with his own shop should be able to spot problems.
Maybe 98. Its shoulders still ought to be improved by a tailor and it has a collar gap that can and should be fixed, while 102 has a huge collar gap that a tailor might be unable to fix.
Kind? Monkstraps. If you mean the brand.... Not the thread for this, frankly.
What happened to this forum? It's much too tight. The chest and especially the shoulders (the dents). It probably requires a different brand (for the same numerical size cut bigger in a few places).
The Oliver suits look like they fit best, including acceptable fit at the shoulders, which is one of the hardest things to fix. Shoulders should not have big dents.
Hmm, financial industry, perhaps there's money to afford pants of wool blended with more than a trace amount of cashmere? That said, don't regularly dress fancier than superiors.
It's okay to go slightly bolder in color (e.g., Donald Trump pink) or slightly thicker in fabric (such as a 6-fold tie or cashmere tie in cold weather). Beyond that is likely to cause a negative reaction in more than a few people.
The pants are too tight in the seat, and the shoulder style is unflattering (too sloping).
To look slightly less large, wear a pocket square, preferably in cream or something else tasteful but not too formal .
The fit is so bad that a search for another tailor should commence.
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