For the Valentino suit, I had my tailor take in about an inch and a half off the sleeves as well as the pant legs. I like my suit with a bit of a crop and to show a nice amount of sleeves from my dress shirt. Everyone does it differently (most tailors will advise to not show that much sleeve) but don’t let anyone tell you how you should wear your suit (or anything else for that matter).
The General Knot & Co floral print tie is made from deadstock vintage fabric found in New England (United States) and this particular one is only one of 13 ties made around the world. The print works perfectly with the Japanese Indigo shirting on the back side of the tie, as well as the tail blade. Always nice to support smaller businesses when I can, especially ones that are trying to use existing fabric (good for the environment) and doing something fun with it.