Lordsuperb - what a fine way to start the dialogue. Rather than answering the question you asked, let me answer the question you meant to ask, which is:
how do we evaluate Mariano's ensemble from a WSIMCBD perspective?
To start with, the fit of his ensemble is spot on (at caustic man do you now see why we have to use "fit" only in the way that I am using it!? At LAGuy do you now see that this is my thread and I will use whatever callout method I deem FIT? At caustic man do you now see how much time we are wasting on the word "fit"?). That is important. It is true that you're bonus will not be reduced because of poor fit, but it is also true that no one makes a choice to have poor fitting clothing. So poor fitting ensembles are inconsistent with WSIMCBD.
Now, some of the CBD sycophants might say something like "Mariano's suit is in a shade of blue that is too aggressive for CBD." But those of us who practice WSIMCBD know that the color is close enough to navy so as not to result in a reduction of bonus. Those out of the know will mistake it for navy, which is good.
The problem from perspective however is his pocket circle (until the shape can be proven those of us who practice WSIMCBD assume it's a circle). In my view, a pocket circle, or square, is problematic. They are pure flair and on wall street, or any other street, when you start to express your personal style through pure flare you venture into the territory of the dandy. And everyone knows that dandyies would rather be doing anything other than work. Dandiess like short work days with little do and long nights with excessive drinking. Dandies get their bonus reduced.
I should note here that one could wear a pocket circle on wall street and also be something other than a dandy: one could also be (a) a purveyor in a shoppe in which pocket cirlces are sold to dandies, temporarily passing through wall street or (b) a product of a bygone era. Mariano could qualify as both.