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That series has a strange idea of "basics." None of those, aside from the "solid" regular silk, is needed for business.
Big problem, pun intended: there's no size information, only a vague hint at not being overweight. Jos. A. Bank suits and (better idea) sportcoats sometimes can be found online for little money (avoid x-for-1 sales) and the Signature quality is okay and they should be tried on locally first, but whether their fit would be too boxy.... It sounds like they would need to be taken in at the waist, which should not be that expensive. Something decent at Nordstrom Rack likely...
Since you explicitly asked, there's an article if you follow the link below. It is business-focused and mostly address styles (colors, patterns, and such). Business width almost always should be between 3 and 3.75 inches and is dependent on body dimensions, an unknown at this point.
Yes, it looks like as you have speculated. Perhaps your feet are sized differently or you tend to push off with the right foot.
With some luck, maybe a Hugo Boss will be discounted at a local Nordstrom Rack or at a local Hugo Boss Outlet. Always safer to buy in person.
Resoling is the terminology. The problem is the boots might not be resolable. A shoe repair store should be able to tell by examining the pair.
1) Do almost the same thing for both sides.Perhaps squeeze a little harder on the left side until it catches up. 4) Yes, temporarily decrease the weight until multiple sets are possible. Or use a lighter weight on the second set. There isn't enough lower-body in that exercise routine.
It's not entirely unique. There was a long story about dressing around physical disability on a clothing site not worth promoting here; and there's Stephen Hawking, who looks like an academic (probably close enough to the right outcome here). Actually, this situation is a little more difficult due to lack of pictures/not really knowing how bad things look now. Could some ready-to-wear items (not suits or jackets) be tailored to fit okay? How helpful are others in, for...
Don't be tricked by "value." Buy one suit at a time, so that basic fit is gotten right, preferably before alterations make it unreturnable. Post pictures here after buying if unsure, and look around online to see how a suit should fit.
Shorter on top and covering a little forehead (Caesar cut and long bangs not recommended). Beyond that, it comes down to age, circumstances, willingness to use product, and personal preference.
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