Hah, guessed so. My tailor does MTM shirts for a reasonable price so I might have at look at his fabric books
POW plaid wool tie and bespoke herringbone navy jacket by Napoli Su Misura
Those jacket shoulders...
Countdown to someone in the threads saying "collar gap" starts here... but personally, I've found it fairly worthless to comment on fit in casually-taken/posed snaps for SF and will instead comment solely on the lovely colours/combination. Nice to have you posting in the thread; it's all too rare!
Don't know what it is, but I'm not quite feeling this one. Might be the shade of orange in the tie seems a little too bright/vivid for the brown of the jacket? A darker/muddier/burnt orange might jive better?
Colours are nice and I especially like the shirt. I must admit not liking single logo ties like this (same goes for the 7 ties by the guy with the vowels-and-zs name). I figure crests look best when placed all over the tie, not in isolation. But I tend to like my ties to be either super-loud/flashy (and ugly, depending on your POV), or super-conservative/traditional, with very little in between. Your tie very much falls in that middle area of trying to be both soberly conservative and have a flashy aspect. I'm not sure that's an entirely feasible synthesis, to be honest, but that's a wider question I guess. I'd actually put the shoulder stitching on this suit in the same category of trying to send out two very different messages at the same time: sober business suit, but unnecessary decorative stitching (it doesn't look like part of the construction on that particular shoulder type), but obviously that's a much more subtle example and not as noticeable.