Bond’s only outfit in From Russia With Love that isn’t a suit is a pair of swimming trunks and a checked shirt-jacket. The pale blue swimming trunks have a short inseam, an elastic waistband and a pocket on the top right that closes with a button-down flap. There is a white stripe down the outseam.
Bond’s shirt-jacket is a large indigo and white gingham check. It is made of a shirt-like cotton but has a jacket-like cut with metal buttons and horizontal buttonholes like a jacket has. It has two patch pockets on the lower front. The shirt is meant to be worn un-tucked and the front is darted like a suit jacket (or a women’s blouse). Bond wears the long sleeves rolled-up.
The darts would indicate that the shirt should be more fitted, but the shirt looks too big overall. The shoulders are clearly too wide, but this is because the shirt belonged to From Russia with Love‘s director Terence Young. According to the DVD commentary, Young provided Connery with his own shirt after disapproving of the original shirt provided by the costume department.
Bond is also seen with a blue suit jacket here, presumably the jacket belonging to the navy suit he wears in the following scene at the office. The blue garment hanging over the seats is probably the trousers to the suit.