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Warm and Cool Colours, and How to Mix Them

When combining colours in an outfit it is easiest to pair cool with cool and warm with warm. Cool tones most easily harmonise with cool tones and warm tones mos...

How to Make Bond Style Your Own

If you’re reading this article, hopefully you’re interested enough in how Bond dresses to want to take personal inspiration from his wardrobe. Exactly copying B...

A Guide to English Bespoke Suit Style

There is nothing else like an English bespoke suit. Ready-to-wear and made-to-measure suits from English brands may look similar at first glance but in reality ...

(00)7 Variations on the Solid Tie

No tie is more Bondian than the solid tie, particularly in a dark colour. While the knitted tie may be the most quintessential James Bond necktie, there are many ot...

James Bond vs the iGent, Part 2: Breaking Rules that Don’t ...

There are many rules about how to dress classically and properly that the iGent follows. These rules are based on 1930s and 1940s mens fashions but are more limited...

(00)7 Sean Connery Bond Outfits That Daniel Craig Repurposed

Happy 89th birthday to Sean Connery! Connery's James Bond style is not just influential to fans like us but also to other Bonds. Daniel Craig has paid homage to Sean...

James Bond vs the iGent, Part 1: Rules, Conventions and Taste

The term iGent—short for internet gentleman—is used to describe people who discuss tailored clothing on the internet and/or post photos of themselves in tailore...

(00)7 Rules to Wearing a Suit with a James Bond Mentality

Having one of James Bond's suits is not enough to wear a suit like James Bond does. The suit itself is only halfway to dressing like James Bond. Wearing a suit like...