Like most before me I would like to thank the experts here who donate their time to help clueless people like myself. I recently began building a suit and jacket collection and would appreciate feedback on two coats I just picked up. As for fit, I like a classic look with a little bit of modern thrown in. I prefer a bit of a slim, tapered fit, but nothing to fashion forward.
Anyway, the first is a Samuelsohn, 40R. I bought it knowing that I needed the midsection taken in a bit, but otherwise I really liked the coat.
The second is nothing fancy, a lower end, fused, Hugo Boss. I was looking for something else, but I really liked the way it looked on me and the price was great. I don't know that I would have anything changed on this simply because I wouldn't invest much into it, but I'm curious as to what I may have missed.
The alien green dog eye is too much...
I think your jackets could benefit from pretty standard suppression. Taken in at the CB seam from the middle of the blades tapering to nothing just into the seat area. Also, the side seams could be suppressed well. More coming out of the forepart of the side seams than the back.