In From Russia With Love, Bond wears a charcoal flannel suit to dinner at the gypsy camp. This is a typical Anthony Sinclair suit: a low two-button style, natural shoulders with roped sleeve heads, a little drape and a nipped waist. This suit jacket has double vents, four buttons on the cuffs and flapped pockets. The trousers have double forward pleats with button-tab waist adjusters and turn-ups.
The shirt and tie are also the usual. The pale blue Turnbull & Asser shirt has a spread collar, a narrow placket, rear darts and cocktail cuffs. The tie is a navy grenadine and tied in a four-in-hand knot. At the beginning of the evening Bond starts out with a white linen handkerchief folded in his breast pocket but removes it to wipe his hands. Later in the evening he puts it back in. In a continuity error, Bond wears two pairs of shoes with this suit: black three-eyelet cap-toe derbys and black slip-ons. His socks are black with a red band around the top. Or the red band could be something else.