Bond visits Q-Branch in Goldfinger wearing a dark blue button two suit made by Anthony Sinclair. The cloth has a mottled appearance and is fairly heavy, probably flannel. The cloth has a faint self stripe that most likely means the cloth is woven in a herringbone weave.
The suit jacket has narrow notched lapels with swelled edges, natural shoulders with a little roping at the sleeve head, a full-cut chest, jetted pockets and four-button cuffs. The jacket has the popular 1960’s detail of cloth-covered buttons. The cloth used is, of course, the same cloth that the suit is made from. Not just formalwear can have covered buttons. Though we can’t tell how many vents this suit has, we see more of it in Woman of Straw and there we can see—though not too clearly—it has double vents. The suit trousers are Connery’s usual, with double forward pleats and button-tab side adjusters with three buttons. Like the other trousers in Goldfinger, these have a plain hem.
Bond’s shirt is white with a faint broken grey stripe and has a spread collar, front placket and double cuffs. The navy knit tie is tied with a four-in-hand knot. The sporty nature of this suit—flannel with covered buttons—makes the knitted tie fitting with this suit. Bond’s shoes are black ankle boots that slip-on with elastic on the sides. The outfit is completed with a white linen pocket handkerchief in a basic TV fold.