ok, sor back to braddock (and hopefully ending the cape nonsense), those critiquing his tie and other stuff, the tie is a knit. Knits are typically 2 inches wide or so, the only way to wear one with "matching" lapels would be to wear a Thom Browne-esque 1 1/2-2 inch lapel suit. If you are saying that he should not wear knit ties with worsted suiting, that is one thing, but if you are going to wear a knit, you are pretty much going to always wear it with lapels almost twice its size.
Which brings me to my second observation, a lot of you guys are busy looking at the trees and missing the forest. I know that this is a clothing site and people like discussing the details but the site has become a bit too obsessed with every single little detail of an outfit. Everything does not need to be perfect, I would posit that perfection should not be a goal of dressing well. Braddock is very well dressed here, he is basically wearing three solid pieces (suit/shirt/tie) but it pops because he has a great shirt collar, a tie that you notice due to its texture and a nicely cut suit. The suit is not old fashioned in any sense, people have just become accustomed to these modern jackets were the middle button is around your chest.
The overall outift is great. Nothing superflous in terms of accessories or colors. I would have gone with black balmorals but then the outfit would lose its feel of nonchalance. For all I know Braddock spent 6 hours putting this outfit together but to me it looks like someone that gives a lot of thought to what he buys and then just throws on whatever he likes in his closet, without worrying about every single little thing. A cliche but here is a guy wearing nice clothes, not nice clothes wearing a guy.