Similar to the vicuña-coloured overcoat that Bond wore in Tomorrow Never Dies, Bond wears a charcoal double-breasted overcoat to a funeral two years later in The World is Not Enough. Last week we looked at the tweed suit Bond wears under the overcoat. This overcoat has a six button front with two to button and peaked lapels with a buttonhole in each. The pockets are jetted without flaps, or the flaps are tucked into the pockets. The charcoal overcoat is an appropriate garment to wear to a funeral and makes up for the less formal tweed suit underneath. It’s not as solemn as the black overcoats that many other men are wearing, but it is solemn enough and goes well with Bond’s grey tweed suit. With the overcoat, Bond wears black leather gloves with three rows of stitching on the back of the hand.