Hi! Take everything that I say with a grain of salt as I am still a brand newb, but these are some things I noticed:
Self-striped suits are not well liked here. It is said that they look "cheap". I don't think it looks too bad, but you can probably do better. In addition, it appears to be a tad too tight/small. In the front shot, you can see some pulling near the two buttons and the side view shows that the vent looks open/not at rest. It may only be a little bit, but it seems too tight to me. Pants seems pretty good. They could maybe be brought up 3/4 inch or so to give less break, but I don't think it's too bad as is. The cuffs look wimpy to me. I would either go no cuff OR increase the cuff to 2".
The tie is likely the worst part of the fit. Red ties are also not well liked. Also, those tiny stripes are not encouraged either. Get a few ties with a navy base. I would do a grenadine, a knit, and a small patterned. If you like red get a deep burgundy. Also, a brown small patterned could mix it up for you. When you tie your tie make a dimple in it also!
I think your shirt needs more spread to the collar.
I like your pocket square, but not with this tie. If you change the tie as suggested above the square is likely good. In this fit I think I would prefer a simple white linen. Remember you want the square to tie into something else in the outfit, but not the tie ideally.
I like your shoes.
Please remember I am being nitpicky. Overall I think you look pretty good. Also remember I may be wrong because I mostly have no clue what I am talking about. But I hope this gives you a few things to ponder.
Thanks for the input, luv2. I'm planning to get a new suit in a couple months, so I'll plan to get a solid. I'll plan to get it a bit bigger, and probably without cuffs on the pants. I'll definitely keep the shoes, too.
When you say that the square should "tie into something else in the outfit" do you mean it should have a similar or matching color? Or do you mean that it should tie-in in some other way?
Interesting input about the tie. I usually avoid red, because it brings out the red in my face, but I thought this was enough of a burgundy. Honestly, I thought it was a nice tie. But I'm glad to know if I'm wrong. Can someone confirm that the tie is bad? Aside from the dimple, I mean - I'll need to learn how to do that properly.
I really appreciate the input, luv2. It's the only way I'll learn. Thanks.