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Go slow is solid advice. But "buy custom" and that link hardly help. Size information/measurements and a location would help. The "cool black coat" might refer to an overcoat, but black is not a good choice for that or much other clothing. (The main piece of dressy outerwear usually should be navy or dark gray.)
Overcoat choice partially should be based on body type. Little point in trying to explain it all when measurements would make an answer easier. Whole-cuts for a junior employee - probably not a good idea and surely wrong for interviewing.
https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/15769-jeans-for-genes-day Maybe some people in the UK have heard of it. They mean well, but encouraging people to dress worse
Very cheap silk ties http://www.desantiscollection.com/neckties.html?limit=36&utm_campaign=All+Sale+Ties+Now+%247.99%21content&utm_content
Do you groom more carefully for events such as interviews? This refers to closer shaves, neater haircuts, freshly cut nails, etc.
Somewhat big feet - avoid the third pair, which probably would make them look bigger, along with indeed possibly being too casual. Between the other pairs, the deciding factor might be what other black dress shoes are already owned.
Then at least cocktail attire (including white dress shirt). No jeans.
What is TIFF? Anyway, at least dark dress shoes, a dress shirt, and a non-flashy jacket. Sometimes celebrities can get away with less, but that's another matter.
The Allen Edmonds above are bluchers, and with only three eyelets (where the laces go). Too casual for interviewing. On looks alone, the J&M pair is right.
Nobody can say if the J&M are right without knowing which pair that is. Again, the styling should be similar to the Park Avenues. Interview shoe leather should be smooth, by the way.
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