@Adolesco - welcome! I like the colours and materials here and it's all coherent so good job. (And of course, the scenery does you no harm at all!).
However, if you will allow me, the one thing that stands out for me as slightly less than ideal is the combination of flat-front trousers and braces (suspenders). I think the hands in the pocket shot tends to emphasize the downside of flat-fronts (it looks like you can hardly even fit your hands in without making it difficult to move comfortably) - which also makes one wonder why the braces are necessary. Luckily for all us, @Braddock has unintentionally provided a convenient comparison just below! If you compare your pants + braces ensemble to his - and okay, his trousers are probably bespoke and made by some top-level trouser maker - you will be able to see what I mean, I hope. Braddock's trousers have a combination of ease and elegance, whereas flat-fronts, however sharp they are, almost never have that combination.
Thank you very much for your detailed feedback. Posts like yours are pretty much the main reason that I decided to start posting fit pics on SF.
I think I really get what you mean ;). Usually I never have my hands in my pockets so the question whether I can move comfortably or not did not arise so far.
(besides: in the German forum "Stilmagazin" they allways tell you that having your hands in your pockets is a no-go for a real gentleman...)
But to be honest: I actually never thought about the theory behind braces and if they are a better choice for flat front or pleated trousers.
I try to only buy pants that fit so well that I neither need braces nor a belt. But with the braces the pants "fall" better - I don't know how you say it in English so I hope you know what I mean.