Right now you have a solid Proper Suit base - the grey, charcoal and navy plaid are all workhorses w. a little flair either via liner or pattern and the cotton/linen allows you to wear a suit in more casual situations. With that said I would like to build out more color in your wardrobe and dabble in more unique fabrics that make a statement. Below is a list of suits that I picked out (in my eyes in order of importance) with the my thought process behind it. Call/text/email me anytime with your thoughts! -Richard (317-432-6618)
This Reda just came in and is by far one of the most handsome browns I have seen - it will probably sell out soon considering the low price-point and superior weave. I'm going to style this one like your others w. a little flair in the liner. Pattern will be subtle from 5+feet and very rich in the 3-5ft range so don't be alarmed about the 'nailhead' weave... Brown is making a strong sartorial comeback.
Ink / Cocktail / Ocean Blue Suit
I know what you're probably thinking... 'another blue?' This one in my eyes doesn't really classify though. It is an 'ink/cocktail/ocean' blue so it makes a statement without being loud. You can see your fabric above it to see the difference. People will definitely inquire about the fabric when you get it so definitely wear it to cool events / places.
Statement Blazer - Ariston Giacche Collection (F-Level)
SWITCHED - to F-Level newer version w. bluer hue... To be fair - this blazer isn't cheap... and rightfully so. This 75% wool 25% linen comes from the esteemed Ariston Giacchi Collection - one of the best fabric collections in the world known for their unique colors and rich weaves. The fabric I chose for you has a diamond weave of purple, midnight navy and white which makes for jacket that portrays effortless Italian luxury. I would give patch pockets, single vent, traditional notch lapel, unstructured canvas and shoulders, and full Bemberg liner... Basically you will be able to wear this with pretty much anything - literally any of your trousers or denim as this will become the anchor piece of the outfit.
Light Camel Cotton/Linen Blend
I want to get you in the same fabric as your navy cotton/linen blend but in a light camel color. Light colored fabrics in the khaki or camel coloring usually look terrible in wool suits so this is definitely the route to go considering the fabric will look very good on you. I'm going to switch yours up from the picture below (I don't like those buttons) but it will look quite similar. I might also add a little more structure w. the tone-on-tone buttons so that it can be dressed up easier.