In my opinion, the jacket is, at least, 2 inches too short and those shoulders are a bit wider than what I could picture as flattering for you. The first picture shows a short front balance, but that could not be there in fact. Also, do not make those trousers slimmer! They're tight in your hips (the gapping pockets are the evidence) as is, let some out there.
I actually wanted to shorten the jacket for 1 cm.. The shoulders are to be fitted, the fillings need to be so to say fixed/ cut. I have problematic legs, my quads are enormous and this last month I am even skipping leg days in the gym but.. I want to tighten them a bit starting from below the behind to the knees.
I am confused by the shoulders. Without the jacket it looks like you have fairly normal shoulders. Not sloping, but not Kevin McHale square. Why is this jacket both sitting well beyond the width of your shoulders and completely squared off and then higher? This looks like a bespoke fitting so did you ask the tailor to do this?
As I said, the shoulders are to be fitted. I have one more tryout and then everything will be done. I am not sure what they are called but I have fillings in the shoulder and they are to be fitted better so I think that's why you all find the shoulders a bit odd.
For my tastes, the jacket length is quite short, given that the shoulders are pretty broad/strong. I think a little extra length would make it look nicer. However, that's personal choice not absolute fit advice. On that latter, it's difficult to tell, but it generally looks good except that I would double-check that when the jacket is sitting normally (ie you're not taking a photo), the lower front halves of the jacket aren't overlapping too much (possibly because of a slightly narrow chest?). As I say, it's marginal in the photo, and could simply be postural rather than real.
There must be something wrong with me since I actually think the jacket is a bit long :D Here are some more photos:
As you can see, there is still work needed in the shoulder section and the collar is yet to be made.