When Daniel Craig’s James Bond is at home in Spectre he lounges in an intricately striped robe while looking through a box of personal effects recovered from the Skyfall house. Very little is seen of this robe, especially because Bond wears it in his dimly lit flat.
This robe is primarily orange-brown in colour, like a burnt sienna. The stripes are vertical on the body but crosswise around the sleeves instead of the usual lengthwise. The robe is very long, extending below the knee. It has long sleeves and a shawl collar, and there do not appear to be pockets or a belt.
Blair Ballard, who has spoken with costume Jany Temime about this robe, said that Temime purchased the robe in a Turkish shop in Pimlico, London, and it’s a one-off.
kadd at AJB007 presented a theory in 2014 that the robe is a type of garment worn in Uzbekistan such as a Bekasab or Chapan, which are worn in many neighboring countries in Cental Asia as well. These robes are often made of heavy cotton and silk blends and are worn as coats, not as dressing gowns.
While James Bond usually wears British-style loungewear, made of luxurious Sea Island cotton or silk, we can only guess that the character would have purchased this abroad on one of his missions. Bond may not wear this as a coat like people in Asia do, but it serves Bond well as a dressing gown to wear at home.