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Also, the pants are too short, and due to the cuffs, that's clearly fixable. Only taking the suit to a tailor will tell if he or she can make the shoulders look good.
The shirt sleeves are too long. The jacket itself might not have length problems. Still, it looks bad, at the shoulders, the top button, etc., and it's wrinkled for some reason. The pants look too long. The worst thing is the cut - everything emphasizes long and thin. The next suit needs to fit looser in the body and limbs.
Your size and approximate location, please?
Not tan. Not a versatile footwear color and not traditionally an evening color. Also, in a casual environment like a bar, it could easily get discolored. That leaves black and mahogany. The former would be iffy with navy chinos, which are limited in usefulness anyway. Those two dark colors probably would not look right with light-colored pants. In other words, there's a need for a different pair of quality footwear to wear with some of the items. One shouldn't have just a...
Not enough info. Need to know approximate location, business dress code, and more about the other dress shoes owned, assuming the Strand isn't the only pair.
That's getting warmer, figuratively. These discussions never cite the existence of lightweight underwear. There are even differences among boxers, which let's hope he wears something similar to. Socks make a difference, also - lightweight mostly cotton socks probably are best for the situation.
Indoors or outdoors?
If they're neither green nor very formal (which just wouldn't work), then the decision should be based on the pants and shirt. For example, if tattersall shirt and brown pants, wear the navy sneakers. By the way, more shoes are needed.
Neutral non-black pants. A non-green shirt with a bold pattern, like many a tattersal. Don't wear with green shoes.
Light green dress shirt and sky blue pants. In other words, using color to distract from the unattractive pattern.
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