Persol sunglasses (black folding #714);
Polo shirt, navy blue;
Bills Khakis "Parker" pant, plain-front, stone color (very light tan);
Red Wings brown leather belt (made in U.S.A.);
Omega Speedmaster chronograph on Horween shell cordovan strap;
Baracuta G4 "Harrington" jacket, blue (made in England, "Project 137" wax cotton);
Alden dark brown suede chukka boots.
Wearing a tie without a jacket never looks good. Never.
Polo shirts with a blazer almost never look good together. Also, baggy corduroy pants scream single middle-aged software engineer trying to look good.
Also, thinking about proportions more can make a world of difference.
Getting a correct RTW model to work for you can make a world of difference if you can't afford bespoke. It's a tough journey, but I think there's something out there for most people provided you take time to look.
Try to think about what works for your style/body type. Sometimes looks that work for some people look really bad on others.