Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Cap-Toe Oxford

It's not often that we get a close-up shot of Bond's footwear, but Diamonds Are Forever gives us a lucky break on a number of occasions. The most traditional sho...

Sean Connery’s Three Navy Blazers

On a number occasions Sean Connery's Bond wears a single-breasted navy blazer made by Anthony Sinclair. The navy blazer (with metal buttons) has long been a stap...

Herringbone Topcoat

In Thunderball we see James Bond sporting a knee-length topcoat in brown herringbone tweed on his trip from Shrublands health clinic to his office in London. Bon...

Black Lounge Wedding Attire

For the wedding of James and Tracy Bond, James Bond wears a form of semi-formal day wear called "black lounge," known to the Americans as a stroller and to the G...

Casino Royale: Train Travelling in a Subtly Striped Suit

Let me start out with a quote from Vesper Lynd in this scene: By the cut of your suit, you went to Oxford or wherever. Naturally you think human beings dress like...

Country Suit at the Office: Brown Houndstooth Check

Whilst Sean Connery always wears beautiful suits during his tenure as James Bond, he wasn't always most appropriately dressed. For his visit to M's office in Goldf...

The Quantum of Solace Striped Suit

Quantum of Solace started right where Casino Royale left off. Because of the change of costume designer (from Lindy Hemming to Louise Frogley) and a new suit mak...

The Casino Royale Three-Piece Suit

Yesterday I wrote about James Bond's first striped three-piece suit. The last time Bond wore a striped three-piece suit was in the final scene of Casino Royale. ...