Monthly Archives: May 2011

The Cream Linen Suit in Diamonds Are Forever

Yesterday in the United States was Memorial Day, the day that starts the summer clothing season. To celebrate the beginning of summer let's look at the cream linen...

The Moonraker Jumpsuit

Bond disguises himself amongst Darx's Moonraker personnel by donning a Moonraker jumpsuit. The yellow jumpsuit has thick black stripes down the shoulders, arms and l...

Black Tie in Licence to Kill: Bond Gets It Wrong

Most of the time the only black tie rule that Bond typically breaks is forgoing a waist-covering, such as a waistcoat or cummerbund. In Licence to Kill he rememb...

The Saint: The Narrow Pinstripe Suit

For this blog to have a continued life after I run out of clothes from the Bond series, I'll need to find some other material. If Roger Moore was chosen for Bond i...

The Armani Leather Jacket

In Casino Royale, Bond wears a casual outfit in Miami anchored by a dark brown leather jacket from Giorgio Armani. The zip-front jacket has four outer pockets with...

The Charcoal Blue Suit in Casino Royale

Every well-dressed man should have a navy blue suit and a charcoal grey suit in his closet. But have you ever thought to combine the two? Daniel Craig wears just...

The Light Brown Gabardine Suit in For Your Eyes Only

A light-weight gabardine wool suit in light brown is a great suit for spring when it's fairly warm but too early to take out the summer suits. In For Your Eyes O...

The Tan Gabardine Suit

Bond arrives in India in Octopussy wearing a tan wool gabardine suit. This suit is very similar to the light brown gabardine suit we looked at last week. Gabardine...