Roger Moore wears an all black outfit for two nighttime excursions in Moonraker made up of a black knit jersey shirt—possibly made of cotton, silk or a blend of the two—and black worsted wool trousers. The black popover-type shirt is unique for its zip that goes halfway down the chest. The zip fastening is black and has a fine tooth. The shirt has a long point collar characteristic of the 1970s, a patch breast pocket with mitred corners and single-button mitre cuffs that match the shape of the breast pocket with smoke mother of pearl buttons sewn with black thread. The shirt was made by Moore’s regular shirtmaker Frank Foster.
The slightly flared trousers have a plain front with one pocket on the back right but none on the sides or front. Bond wears a black belt with a brass buckle, matching his black, leather-soled horse-bit loafers from Ferragamo.