Sorry for the fuzzy pictures which were taken in haste.
Shirt: J Press
Tie: Ivy Inspired
Thank you for your advice.
Yes, that's a white on white stripe shirt. Is it not good?
I will try to nudge my tie all the way up next time.
1. Lose the 4-5 kg you gained over the holidays, as evidenced by your belt notches and shirt pulling in the first photo. Women will notice this immediately and be more attracted.
2. Get a better haircut with some structure underneath, so you no longer need to comb it, but towel dry and go. You are too young to be combing your hair. Find a stylist that trained or apprenticed at Jingles or the like, as they will know what to do. Women will notice this immediately, but not be certain of what has changed.
3. De-tag your scarf as you now own it. You can always have your initials or monogram embroidered upon it, if you believe it is a common color and/or subject to being mis-placed.
4. If you aren't attending a wedding or other outdoors day event, you need to wear a much darker tie with your suit. Light colored or low color intensity ties are the most common faux pas and they almost always look weak on camera or even at just beyond the range of a handshake. Save the silver ties for outside weddings and garden parties, they are weak sauce and contrast failure. Keep your ties as dark or darker than all other elements sans accessories like shoes, belts, and pocket squares.
5. Put your chauffeur in some form of a uniform, even if it is simply black lounge, or you should begin to stop dressing in the same style, unless you wish to have people confuse your station and function with his.
6. You might wish to consider wearing a boutonniere OR a pocket square, but not both at the same time, personal style and all aside.
7. I am not sure if it is wise to show shirt cuff from under a top coat, but it does look presentable.
8, Your scarf knot certainly looks functional, but it is not elegant.
On a more positive note; you seem to have an excellent tailor, a good sense of pattern matching, and a wonderful taste in automobiles. Congratulations!
This is a nice mixture of stuff I agree with, stuff I'll challenge (ties always among the darkest items worn), and stuff I can't help but find totally risible. "Too young to be combing your hair?" Advice on what clothes to put one's chauffeur in? Scarf monograms?