In The Man with the Golden Gun, Bond infiltrates Hai-Fat’s estate posing as Scaramanga, wearing an outfit of all cream. Scaramanga was known for dressing in white, and Bond follows similarly in an outfit of a cream shirt and cream trousers. The shirt is made from silk crepe de chine with a double-layer front so it’s not so sheer and so it doesn’t give away Bond’s “superfluous papilla” before he removes his shirt. It has five buttons down the front, and the hem is straight and short with button tabs on the sides to cinch the waist. The shirt is cut rather straight but the back is darted for a neater fit on Moore’s body. The sleeves have turned-up cuffs with an extended button tab to secure the cuff.
The shirt’s large collar is a very unique one, with a construction similar to a camp collar though it looks more like a regular collar. It stands up in front like a typical point collar but doesn’t have a separate collar band; it just folds over. There is no collar band. Since the shirt doesn’t tuck, there’s no awkwardness of untucking and tucking.
The maker of the shirt is likely either Roger Moore’s usual shirtmaker Frank Foster or Jimmy Chen, who made Roger Moore’s sage green safari camp shirt that he wears later in the film.
The cream linen trousers made by Cyril Castle have a darted front, a slightly flared leg and no side pockets but two button-through rear pockets. The cut is slightly fuller than most of Moore’s other trousers in the film so they wear cooler and wrinkle less. Moore wears cream socks to match his trousers, a brown exotic skin belt and dark brown Gucci horse-bit slip-ons.