I’m new to classic style and I have just begun to build my wardrobe. I have a lot of questions and I hope this is a good place to ask them and get feedback on my attire.
With that said, I hope you go easy on me, constructive criticism is welcome :)
In this post I would like to receive feedback on my two current suits.
First one is a blue Napoli from SuitSupply
The trousers are very tight so I’ve been thinking of taking them to a tailor and have them widened in the waist. What do you think of the length, too long?
Matching the table cloth ;)
The arms have a tendency of rolling up when I drive or when I sit down (see picture), exposing a lot more of my shirt; is this considered acceptable or should I get it alterated (if possible?)
Also is the suit dark enough to be suitable for formal events such as funerals or is it too bright?
I learned after my purchase that SuitSupply have functional buttons, which means I can’t make arm lenght alterations, is this correct?
I know wearing an odd suit jacket is considered faux pas by most, but do you think this one could work as a blazer with chinos or jeans?
Moving on to my second suit, also from SuitSupply (Washington fit). I’m guessing this one won’t work very well as an odd jacket?
I'm beginning to think the fit is too tight, also the arms are wrinkling pretty much, can this be altered?
Also, is it considered okay to wear french cuffed shirts in a smart casual outfit (think blazer with chinos/jeans/corduroys) or should I reserve those for full suits? Maybe it depends on the type of cuff links?
I would be glad to receive your input on fit, matching or anything else :)