Couple of things to consider here. I've recently taken to canvassed sportcoats, thick waistcoats, and properly-waisted and suspendered wool slacks as my daily wardrobe. Living in the middle of Canada where three of the four seasons are winter, the majority of my wardrobe is of heavier wools and/or double-breasted. The snag to this is that I'll eventually be moving to and living in the mostly tropical climate of Japan. Will any of my wools be okay in the humid 35-degree centigrade summers, like maybe the loosely woven tweeds? Do I need to move to a primarily linen wardrobe? Should I drop down to waistcoats alone instead of sportcoats alone or any combination of the two? Should I commit the sin of short-sleeved shirts with sportcoats or the possibly even graver sin of the short-sleeved sportcoat? I'd prefer not to dip into polyesters or blends, and cotton blazers/pants don't look very nice on my thin figure. Super 100s+ are also out, and shorts are completely incompatible with my wardrobe choices. Any advice from the more experienced men here?
As a side note, it's likely that I won't be able to find anything in my size when I get there. At six-foot, it's hard enough finding 30/34 pants with a decent rise (part of the reason I went to unhemmed slacks) or 14.5/35 shirts here in Canada, let alone in Japan where the average height is shorter.