As for me, new cotton trousers and first wear of newest Attolini tie, simple navy blazer
@The_Foxx, it's been said before but since this is a particularly obvious example: your jackets are all too small. Especially around the shoulders and sleeves. That's what's causing these massive divots and it's messing up your shoulder line. On top of that, this jacket is also too short. It's a shame, because the quality of your stuff is all top notch.
Is that tie Navy as well? It definitely blends in with the suit, which may be the lighting. In any case, you might try something with a bit more contrast, but this is a solid first entry in my book.
Welcome to the thread, CaptainTohm--you look good drinking what I hope and presume is bourbon in your profile picture. Nice first fit, and with the exception of the left sleeve, the jacket fits you nicely. Some will dislike your choice of patterned shirt but it's not egregious in my eyes, and the tie, while low-contrast with your jacket, isn't "wrong" per se (though a tie with a bit more definition would elevate the fit).
My biggest critique is, as you note, the rumpled appearance of the trousers, which stand out especially since the top block is so formal and restrained. When you think about pairing items, think not just about color and texture but also about formality--the more restrained a fit, the more "correct" all elements need to be lest they stand out glaringly.
Nice first effort; keep posting.
IIRC were'nt u wearing all blue on top and all brown below? Earth and sky..
You'll have to stop working out
Why do you think Orazio would work for you? I think you'll run into the same problems. Why don't you go bespeoke? It seems that you can afford it considering the brands you're usually buying.
And you don't even have to stop working out