To give you some idea of proportions, not formal but at hand, this is actually 2.5 inches but shows as appxroximately 2.75 on my screen. The villain's bow appears a bit disproportionate to his lapel width, a '70s bow with a '60s/00's suit lapel.
In the OP, does the turn of the bow not appear insufficiently plump to be velvet? Yet in the bottom photo notice the variation of light reflection, dinner suit vis a vis bow. A case for Sherlock Holmes.
Now, about his sleeve length. This is is a multimillion $ production and, as is the habit of Bondian would be world-dominating megalomanics, no doubt he's supposedly unaffected by the vissicitudes of adjustable rate mortgages. Yet he appears as if he patronizes the same tailor as TeeVee's Craig Ferguson or the much maligned MW.
And there's a superfluous front button.
Ssssh, when I rent this thing for a dollar this time next year I want authenticity.
(On the cover of Men's Vogue Daniel Craig's Tom Ford suit has obvious pic stitching on the front darts. A bit of non-functional flash?)