you're probably the only person I know that wears a half windsor without looking like a salesman or some random wedding dude
You need to go half Windsor; four in hand looks like a bolo on the red. I like the red tie though.
There's no reason for a half windsor unless you're Stitch and refuse to budge on it.
Try a DFIH. Or one of those.. Reverse DFIH that have come to be my favorites (no, not a standard FIH... you start with the tie facing the wrong way, and the wide blade behind the thin blade, then wrap 1.5x, then thread like a regular DFIH; same moves and looks, not as much bulk).
I wish someone would tell him. However, he wears Tom Ford, which means large lapels and large pockets, so there is at least some balance. I feel he'd look better with a half-windsor rather than full--he looks a bit comical with a full.
What impresses me is the tailoring generally done on his shorter balding rival. I've only seen a few episodes, but generally his suits are cut very well (a much greater challenge than tailoring for the main character given their respective body shapes). He also wears a full windsor. And it also looks silly.
Bond also trumps Suits
Bond mistrusted anyone who tied his tie with a Windsor knot. It showed too much vanity. It was often the mark of a cad.
Great first post, especially if the trousers are a solid mid-grey.
Yesterday's fit. Round two with the wide lapels. The waist suppression hasn't been done yet.
This is Firm BBQ Conservative Business Dress so no p-square.
My watch was playing a game with the left sleeve.
I said this last time, but my impression is confirmed: you have a very nice sense of colour. Assuming the fit issues you mentioned do self-correct (though I prefer the amount of shirt sleeve showing on the left, and I don't actually think you need more waist suppression personally; in fact IMO it would be a mistake, exaggerating your hips too much), I think this is a nice look (though again, the collar is slightly low on you). Cinching/tightening up the tie just a fraction more would give the look a touch more life, compensating for the deliberate absence of a handkerchief. This is admittedly nitpicking; It's a good summer businessy look.
Thanks! I love a good sunny day; they're inspiring, especially when it's just shy of being truly hot, so you can enjoy the light & brightness without compromising on what you can wear.