Yeah, trousers I just pinned up for the photo, I would plan to get them tailored to have no break.Moss green does appear long in the body. The pants are flirting with negative break territory [style preference -- looks good no break or negative if you like the style], which combined with the length of the jacket does throw off the proportions. Makes your torso look longer and legs shorter.
The 38R does avoid shortening the sleeves which is nice. Difference in length is exactly 1” (2.5cm)The length looks good, for both pieces, but if 38R avoids shortening the sleeves, then that could be a better option. Did you measure the actual length on these two to see the difference?
I never really know what to do with my arms in photos. Can you explain the drop shoulder a bit more? I’m fairly new to suit related terminology.What are you doing w/ your arms? You're probably between an L and an R, and your drop shoulder is very accentuated w/ the tweed, don't know if I would keep that unless you have a skillful tailor.
I figured the cinching upward is the result from the waist being too narrow?Go for the long and work out the break situation so the proportions between trouser and suitcoat harmonize and read as singular. The 38R looks to be cinching upwards when buttoned.