Today's photo of tailor Edward Sexton is about as good as English dress gets in my opinion (I say English only because it differs from the Italian school, not because one or another is better). Save perhaps for the shirt collar the clothes are proportioned to his body (a man with a smaller figure, he wears a four by two double breasted buttoned to the buttom a la the late Duke of Windsor), the palette restrained, and the use of pattern will raise no eyebrows. All that said, the ensemble is anything but dull.
Were I to pick nits, I would substitute closed laced shoes for the open laced bluchers, narrow the necktie and for most occasions I might change the silk pocket square to linen or cashmere. But that is about all. Well done.