I think that's the problem when one has a small waist.
Mine has about the same amount. It looks good standing still but as soon as I think about moving it's got a little creasing. I'm fine with it. It still fits comfortably. The next one will have maybe .5cm less supression, which will help.
I like the brown jacket. What material is it made of and can you wear it in the hot weather? That's the color and texture I want to get next. Is it just the pose that makes it look kinda tight?
I'm 100% sure they are not suit separates. The jacket is a little darker. The stitching on the jacket is coarser and larger while the pant stitching is smaller and more refined.
Yes, I am on a boat so I thought if ever boat shoes would be appropriate how about now.
Also, I often get complaints about my shoes, but no one ever offers suggestions about what I should wear instead (not that I would listen). I started posting on SF to get suggestions as how I can improve how I dress. I've been told I do many things wrong, but have gotten few suggestions about how to improve. Do make suggestions otherwise the commentary isn't very useful.
Also, this comment isn't directed specifically at you, but SF in general. You know who you are.
Yes, but I'm ok with the length of most of my jackets. There are two ways jacket length is usually determined: arm length and pant/seat rise. What I usually look for is a length that covers the rise of my pants which my jackets do. My arms are long for my height. I take a 34.5" sleeve, but I'm only 5'10". By the arm length standard my jackets should be an inch or so longer. I've been trying to document my sport coats. You can see the majority of them here. My sport coats.
I'd have to go back and look through comments to name names. I too lazy for that. And "I'm vegetarian. I don't need the beef."