The outfit is terrible. I believe 'ethnic' is the euphemism for that color pallette.
Wih regard to the coat itself and going in order from less to more my personal preference-- Objectively, the collar doesn't fit very well. It's better than a lot of what you see, but should be tighter. This could be a function of the way he's standing but it's odd to see that much drape in the chest without much shaping at the waist. The soft lines on the lapels and the lowish gorge look a bit dated. And not in a good way. This is somewhat personal opinoion but it looks like a hobbyist's suit. A paddock stance with crescent pockets seem like an exercise in cramming as many semi-obscure references into a single garment as possible. And with the predictable result.
I imagine the middle American cultural reference will be lost (and count yourself lucky) but I'd call this coat a Sizzler sundae.
Judging the collar from that photograph is objectively a mistake. The second is a result of not having front cuts and the way he's standing. I'm not seeing a problem with the lapels. Agreed, it's a hobbyist's coat. The coat is a reference to Windsor's coat bellow, but, yeah, I see where you're getting and I do agree with you on this one, though I get the feeling that he has no trouble pulling it off.