Agree. Should have been more clear--a less primary color blue neat would work, so long as the shade of blue still provides sufficient contrast with the blue of the suit.
A solid navy tie is definitely a grey-suit tie.
Thanks for the feedback.
I do need to get the jacket taken out a little, well spotted. The length doesn't bother me, nor does the pairing with light-coloured trousers - although I'll try the jacket out with a mid shade trouser when such comes to hand. (I'm travelling.)
Might be difficult to see from the photo, but the dark blue square actually picks up the tertiary colour in the shirt. I'd be worried that a cream PS might be too contrasty and distracting..
Gosh, I feel like I am like light years away from y'all.
Yes, that's what I meant. pB below explains what I only hinted at. Of course, as I said IRL & in motion, the unfortuante effect may well disappear; static photos can be misleading about this, esp. in certain poses.
Pretty good. But..
+1 here but the sleeve rotation - you can let that go. You're not standing naturally and this isn't the picture to help decide that.
pB has it as always.
WHATS HER NAME BRO