In The Living Daylights James Bond wears a beige blouson and chinos in Tangier. The blouson looks like a synthetic fabric or cotton/synthetic blend with elastic ribbed hem, collar and cuffs. It has set-in sleeves and slash side pockets. Though a jacket may seem warm for Morocco, it is necessary to conceal Bond’s Walther PPK.
Underneath the blouson Bond wears a dark blue knit shirt with a popped collar (presumably to protect his neck from the hot sun in Tangier). The shirt has an opening from the neck that closes with nine buttons, of which Bond fastens the bottom four.
Bond’s tan cotton chinos, which are a little darker than the blouson, have double forward pleats and on-seam pockets. The chinos are worn with a light brown alligator belt, which matches the colour of the light brown deck shoes (also known as boat shoes, famously by Sperry Top-Sider). His mid-brown socks are darker than the rest of the outfit but complement the tans and browns of the outfit well. Along the way Bond steals some aviator sunglasses, which soon disappear.