After the last working outfits, now some autumnal outfits
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DonCologne I can hardly see you - you are so well camouflaged with the Autumnal background !
That's a good observation, Pingson, the buttoning point does seem to be on the high side. However, a high buttoning point does not implies a crocked cut (the X effect where the quarters starts to open at the buttoning instead of starting at the lower button), which, IMO, is not present on that coat, the crocked cut that is. I believe that we're possibly looking at a long front balance example, but the photograph is not a good material to judge it, as his legs are too spread apart. So perhaps the apparent long front balance is just his odd stance. \
I second stitches observation on the too high armholes. Also, I'd choose a different square, this one seems too match-y, but the rest looks pretty good.
I like it, and I reckon it will generally get a lot of positive feedback here.
(I'm going to assume it has the following colours: white jacket, shirt & square, black cotton trousers, dark grey or black boots?)
If so, the fit is pretty much a modern & more informal interpretation of a tropical/white dinner jacket outfit. Which, given the context of having a drink, is pretty much great. It makes sense. The actual fit of the jacket, trousers and shirt are all good, from what we can tell. Depending on the finish (it's not clear from the desaturated pic) I might suggest that the boots are a bit too relaxed for the fairly sharp rest of the fit, but it's not glaringly so, and various other elements of the design of the other items is consistent with an informal look. Taking it all in together as an ensemble, it's a fun & striking twist on an old outfit, that works great in the context you're wearing it. Good stuff IMO.