Phineas Cole has four different colors:
Not sure if the "silver" will be dark enough to pass for black though.
"Can" and "should" are two different questions. But seriously, don't wear a tuxedo jacket with jeans. Wear a tuxedo jacket with matching tuxedo pants to a formal event. Buy an informal (unstructured, textured) sportcoat if you really want to do the SC/jeans look.
I used to buy the kind that I'd boil then bite down on to mold to my teeth, but I found that I'd shred them in about 3-6 months time. Plus, they weren't any more comfortable than the non-molded kind (IMO). Have you tried the cheapies from the drug store? Could free up that $600 for more clothing related purchases.
I've found 37 inches on the inseam to be pretty standard for unhemmed pants, so you should be good as long as you don't want cuffs. Regardless of how slim you are, I'd have a hard time believing the shoulders of a 6'6 man would fit into a size 38. I'm 5'11 with fairly narrow shoulders, and I can't fit a 38. Also, your chest measurement of 41 inches means the chest of the 38 will only leave you an inch to spare; that's pretty tight. Jacket length will likely be your...
For what it's worth, the toe of all my pebble grain shoes is smoother than the rest of the shoe. I think it has something to do with the stretching and stiffening that occurs. So that's not necessarily a defect.
It's pretty weird. It shows a bunch of stuff listed at discounted prices at the bottom of the screen, but when I click on an item, there's nothing there. It's awfully odd for them to reopen the outlet just to sell a pair of green cords and a bag. Seems like they could have just listed two items on the regular site at discounted prices.
I didn't mean to imply that your jacket looked awful or anything and intended no disrespect to Veremund. Jacket length is obviously a preference. I have a long torso, so I prefer my jackets a little shorter in an attempt to elongate my shorter stumpy legs. I like mine to come down maybe half an inch past my crotch in the front and just past my gluteal fold in the back. Your jacket doesn't look bad, per se, but (to my eye), it would look better and more harmonious with...