Think, walk softly but carry a large stick, when it comes to wearing a dress shirt with a suit. If, like me, you sometimes don't wear a jacket, you can go with the bolder colored shirts and a nice tie. If you wearing a suit, the best bet is to make it white, light blue, cream, or some sober pattern/color (checks, stripes, etc). Basically, a neutral color palette that will compliment your suit color, skin tone, and cut of your suit while using a pocket square, tie, or other accessory to add the color and spark. More bold colored shirts make it harder to match ties and stick out like a sore thumb under a suit. Think of a dress shirt as a canvas to build upon, not the finished project.
This is actually what I'm planning to wear tomorrow, but I've been meaning to contribute to this thread, however horrific that may turn out to be, and I wanted to see if I could get some opinions before then.
No. The fok I always like to start with a complement, but I've had some Fernet, so I'm sorry. However, I'll say this: the jacket fits remarkably well. Find out if the dude died, and if so, if his family's having an estate sale. You look like you grabbed a time machine & set that tchit on random, & beat up hobos for the clothes they were gonna donate. Dude, you are wearing moccasins. FUGGIN MOCCASINS.
I like the jacket and sweater combo. Curious to know... how tight is too tight... in regards of the sweater? Please chime in. I ask because I'm a fairly big guy and have never really been too into that (clothes hugging my body look) but it seems the older I get the less I want my clothing bagging and flapping in the wind.
I'm no Flusser, but I don't think oversized clothing flatters any body type. I have a chest-to-waist drop, so I like to accentuate it with my slim shirts and sweaters; it looks good on me. I'm not sure what you mean by big, but if you have a bit of a belly, you should still wear relatively tight sweaters. I'd search for as tight as possible without the sweater exposing love handles and man-boobs. Basically, clothing has to follow your body curves, but at the same time smooth out any imperfections by not being skin-tight.