I have that same soot in navy
Is that a 38R or 40R?
Rudals: what is the rise of your pants? The second button is a bit higher over the belt. Hard to judge button stance (at least for me) from angle, but given the relation to the belt, I wonder about a too high stance. Where is the top button relative to your navel or natural hip? Quarters open a touch more than I would prefer.
Is it gray? I feel like a little bit lighter gray would give you more options in your wardrobe. As is, it feels a bit too close to the same saturation as several of your navy's. Not that the color is bad, I'm just questioning how much it adds for YOU right now. That said, given your CBD environment, you may not want to go too light which I understand.
Edit: We posted at the same time, you answered one of my questions and confirmed my hesitation. :P
I don't think you have to go too light. I have 2 gray suits neither of which are that dark. One I'd call light gray, while the other is more mid-gray. I think the color of the mid gray would work with your current accessories and provide options.
Not this:Light Gray (Click to show)
But this:Mid Gray (Click to show)
Still too light for you?
Way too short.
Still too short (difficult to be sure from this angle/composition and without seeing it with the matching trousers in situ) but better than the Torino, for sure.
Photo quality makes it impossible to tell what colour it actually is, and whether it looks OK against your skin tone.
And I think this photo makes it clearer that it's still too short. Try this one in 38L, if they do that, and compare it to the 38R while wearing the full suit. In the absence of a photo comparison of the two, my hunch is that for a fairly traditional but not staid look, you'll need to shorten a 38L slightly, but it'll probably look better than the 38R once that's done. I'd say you need an extra 0.25-0.5" on the 38R's length, anyway.
The photo perspective/styling is whack. All SS Havana are cut the same: 2B, moderate button stance, patch pockets, average lapels, soft shoulder, fairly short & slim. So it'll actually be the same proportions as the other one jungledude posted.
FWIW, I like the one he linked to, but agree that it would have fairly limited utility and shouldn't be a first navy jacket.
This. The Inglese is much more flattering. There are some issues, true, but for RTW, I'd suggest that it's actually very acceptable. Assuming the cuffs fit snugly/correctly when done up, that'll deal with the sleeve length issue too.