Just a heads-up; Boss suits are hated here for their low build quality and ephemeral styling; Aldo are despised here.
As a general rule of thumb, if you're buying from a well-known brand, a significant percentage of your money goes into marketing and advertising, which is useless to the actual physical object, thus you're getting an inferior product. Makes sense, right?
So your final objective is other people's validation based on your outward appearance? Fair enough. I can see now why you don't like this place, then.
Welcome to SF. However, please remember that you came here — we did not seek you out. Our forum, like any group, has norms. The Classic Menswear side of the forum has a particular set of established norms, and an even more specific set of "fit norms"* applies to this thread:
Considering the first fit norm in the diagram, the fits you have posted thus far do not consist of quality pieces (see bolded items above) as most active participants here generally conceptualize "quality" in terms of classic menswear. Considering the second fit norm, the styles of pieces you have chosen are not traditional as most here generally conceptualize "traditional" in terms of classic menswear. Thus, you are currently a "deviant," but you also seem to understand that. You have requested feedback and you have acknowledged that the feedback you have received so far has been overwhelmingly negative as to both quality and tradition.
Finally, your fits are "individualistic" but you remain outside of even the Individuality fit norm in the chart above primarily because you are new here. Thus, it follows that you do not have any idiosyncrasy points against which to borrow by making statements such as those italicized above — they clearly indicate your current rejection of most, if not all, of the relevant forum and thread norms.
The tools with which to start educating yourself and, should you so choose, to also become a valued member of our community, are abundant here. I hope you seek out those tools (which would actually enable you to take the comments you have received thus far "under advisement"), but if you choose not to please expect (as others have already mentioned above) that you will soon simply be ignored.
"It is a wretched taste to be gratified with mediocrity when the excellent lies before us." - Isaac D’Israeli
* The chart is only generally illustrative at the highest level. Obviously there is a continuum and, by way of example, I am not stating that WGTT-approved fits are not individualistic. Instead, the "fit norms" and the convergent areas are, more practically speaking, areas of emphasis.
In this of all threads, something about ^ seems ironic.
I also had a Venn Diagram in mind, but as it's simple, I think I will just describe it:
The SF ideal is probably somewhere around 1930s European aristocrat.
You are modelling yourself, by your own admission, on 1990s movie gangsters who marry prostitutes.
Both tend to wear suits. Beyond that, the overlap between the two sets is surprisingly small.