That's a great fit for you. I don't like your choice of pants and footwear with it though. I think the texture and color would be a lot more attractive with either jeans or some different boots. Too much brown.
Caveat, I don't think that looks bad at all, especially from the back. It's fine in the shoulders, and just a little chest (or waist I cannot really tell from your photo) suppression would make a great fit. Cheap alteration, go for it. And to answer your question, yes I moved into a house, down off SoCo. Good attention to detail!
I don't think it looks bad, caveat. Just button it and decide if the amount of room in the jacket works for you. I think a semi-relaxed fit on this jacket is good, anyway. The one problem with altering is that you pretty much have to give up on the liner fitting in again, unless you alter that as well.
The 3 owners of Apolis Activism were interviewed on Fox News' lunch time program yesterday. They talked about how they are active in each of their factories spread across 5 countries, and about some of the humanitarian work they are doing. It was a pretty short interview, but sort of cool they were even on the show the begin with.
Thanks. The shoulders falling off like that don't bother anyone?
I don't like the baggy fit either. It definitely looks too big in both the shoulders and chest. You actually might be able to wear a small, maybe try posting a trade thread in the B&S. Either way, I don't see why a good tailor wouldn't be able to make it fit perfectly.