Those pictures are exactly what I was saying to avoid. I will assume that you're not a troll, but won't be drawn into a discussion. The first picture is a green and blue tartan smoking jacket to be worn as part of a tux. Don't order one. That mid grey suit might be ok in terms of colour but it appear s to have a Prince of Wales check which is not a good idea for a "main" suit. Plain cloth only. It may feel like a waste getting a fancy made to measure suit in a boring fabric, but believe me (and hundreds of others who have made that mistake) it is not worth it. The final suit is VERY stripey. It is bold and going to be unbelievably hard to make work. That should be suit number seven or eight, not three. Spoon feeding: imagine the most boring suit you can. The kind you see in a bank. The kind you would never see on the red carpet. Have that thing made. It will look good in 5 years and you won't get laughed at for your expensive and failed outfit. Once you can make a dark grey suit look good, then you stand a chance of making a patterned suit look good. It's a whole walk before you can run thing. If you are genuine, then hang around and read many more threads before buying, you are clearly not ready. If you're a troll then screw you.