Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Leather Car Coat in The Living Daylights

Timothy Dalton's leather car coat is a great casual item for the cold European winters. Bond wears this on his trip from Bratislava to Vienna in The Living Dayli...

The 1989 Charcoal Suit in Licence to Kill

As much as I'd like to skip over Licence to Kill, this blog wouldn't be complete without writing about this sartorial failure of a Bond film. The suit coat is ch...

The Gun Club Check Sports Coat in The Living Daylights

The gun club check is a popular pattern for country clothes, such as on the sports coat that James Bond wears in The Living Daylights when visiting the Bladen sa...

Dalton’s Grey Herringbone Suit in The Living Daylights

Timothy Dalton's first lounge suit of the series is a black and white herringbone three-piece suit. Bond previously wears a two-piece version such a herringbone ...

A Navy Cable Knit Jumper and Day Cravat in GoldenEye

For a drive in the Aston Martin DB5 in GoldenEye, James Bond wears a navy cable knit crew neck jumper. Bond wears the jumper with the cuffs turned back, exposing...

Ian Fleming: Live and Let Die (1954)

In Chapter 3 of Ian Fleming's Live and Let Die, Bond is forced to Americanize his appearance for undercover work. Even though he has to wear some tasteless American ...

Dinner at the Eiffel Tower in Midnight Blue in A View to a Kill

James Bond wears a midnight blue dinner jacket made by Douglas Hayward for dinner at the Eiffel Tower in A View to a Kill. Dinner jackets are only appropriate in...

The Nailhead Dressing Gown in Goldfinger

In Goldfinger, Bond wears a black and white nailhead silk dressing gown in his hotel suite at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach. This is the ultimate dressing gown i...