Need a 4th suit - Page 2
No proper Southern lawyer would have that many R's at the end of a word. More like, "Y' Honah .."
I don't ever recall in real life seeing a lawyer wearing seersucker and bowtie in the courtroom but the late Richard Arnold wore them in chambers most every Friday. Of course, I'd imagine if one sat on the Eighth Circuit, one could wear whatever one wanted in the office.
I'd vote for the solid charcoal for #4, followed by a navy pinstripe for #5. Not a Prohibition-era gangster pinstripe, just a "regular" pinstripe.