Bond is brought to the Earnest Hemingway House in Key West, Florida in Licence to Kill wearing a baggy, casual outfit. The shirt-jacket is probably made of some synthetic material and is too large, most notably in the shoulders, which results in the sleeves being too long. The jacket has a four buttons down front, has pockets on both sides and is constructed with a yoke in the back of the shoulders like a shirt. The cuffs are single-button shirt-type cuffs, and the sleeve is gathered into pleats at the cuff. Bond wears the jacket open and turns down the collar to show the revers.
The white shirt has a plain front and a flapped chest pocket on each side. Also, notice how the shirt puffs out; it gives the impression that Bond has a pot belly. Bond wears beige chinos with triple reverse pleats that give the trousers an unnecessary bagginess. A brown leather belt holds up the trousers, and Bond’s shoes are navy canvas espadrilles with a white rubber sole. Bond’s socks match the trousers in beige.