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The Suits of James Bond has a new look!

The Suits of James Bond is now redesigned with a fresh look. The blog's refreshed design makes it easier to navigate the most recent posts on the homepage, along wit...

Orson Welles’ Le Chiffre in the 1967 Casino Royale

Orson Welles plays Le Chiffre in the 1967 James Bond spoof Casino Royale wearing an outfit fitting for a colourful villain. Welles' segment of the film is the on...

Roped Sleeve Heads on James Bond

Roped sleeve heads are something often mentioned on this blog. Often called a "roped shoulder", a roped sleeve head describes the bumped shape or ridge of the sl...

Air Force Blue Blazer for Summer in “Vendetta for the Saint...

Blazers do not always need to be navy. Other shades of medium to dark blue can work just as well in summertime for a blazer, such as Air Force blue. Air Force blue...

M: Double-Breasted Prince of Wales Suit in Spectre

London tailor Timothy Everest tailored a number of beautiful suits for Ralph Fiennes to wear as James Bond's boss M in Spectre. One of these is a criminally unde...

(00)7 of James Bond’s Casual Staples

Though James Bond is best known for dressing up in suits and black tie, he's also typically well-dressed in his casual clothing. Considering today's casual society a...

Basted for Bond: Examining Timothy Dalton’s Stefano Ricci S...

A new “Basted for Bond” infographic breaks down the baggy, oversized suits from Stefano Ricci that Timothy Dalton wears in Licence to Kill. These are high-end clothe...

Poplin: James Bond’s Preferred Shirting

Poplin is the standard shirting for shirts to wear with a suit—known as dress shirts in America. Poplin is almost always cotton—though traditionally it was sil...

Woman of Straw: A Pastel Blue Blouson and Polo Neck

Sean Connery's 1964 film Woman of Straw served as the source of most of his tailored clothing in Goldfinger. However, most of his casual clothes in this film did...

(00)7 Rules for Dressing Up Like James Bond

There are many guidelines to follow when dressing well, but James Bond follows a few specific rules of his own. 1. Suits should be shaped and structured James Bo...