In an attempt to provide feedback, hopefully illustrating what I personally think a bold peacocking look should achieve: I like the suit/shirt/square, but the tie feels too flat for the shirt. I'd like something with a very small-scale pattern (yes, more pattern!) to balance the busyness of the shirt. I generally like this. Ok, but a solid navy tie would keep this in the peacock range, without needing to deploy that tie. Look #1 is great all round. Everything a peacocking outfit should be: bright, bold, leery, cheeky, but - just about - balanced. #7 is very nice too. #2 wants button-down (checked) shirt , as does #8. #9 I just don't like the suit. Solid trousers would make #3 The others I'm not feeling: either too many elements, or one bold element overpowering the rest. (I see I can't count, as well, judging by missing out a #4...) Sorry, not feeling this; too jarring with a bold tie and dark everything else. Plus the shoes just have to be black here IMO. 3rd look is good fun. 1st is OK, but I don't like striped trousers. Bright trousers are fine, in a summery fit, but striped (especially multistripe) trousers tend to seem a little cheap rather than bold to my eye. I have no problem with the metal hardware thouugh. 2nd look is fine; would probably be better with a patterned tie though. First 3 looks are top notch leeriness. Great stuff. I don't think the jackets in the 4th & 5th looks are particularly good colours for you, though the 4th is worse in this regard. Final look is not my cup of tea, but I'd like it more without the sweater. Undo another shirt button, and this is good, in a somewhat Sloaney sort of way... First 2, 5th, 6th and last ones are just great. Too many colours in the 3rd for me. Penultimate one is a colour combination (purple/navy) I've personally gone off, so I find it difficult to judge.