Not all of Anthony Sinclair’s suits for Sean Connery are lightweight, which is one thing his suits are known for. Connery wears a heavy navy flannel suit with grey chalk stripes at the end of From Russia With Love in Venice. Though this suit appears mostly charcoal on the Blu-ray edition, the suit looks to be navy in better-lit shots, and it matches the navy tie in the older prints of the film. It might just be because of the soft fabric, but this suit looks to have a more relaxed cut than the rest of Connery’s suits. It has a more old-fashioned look than most of Connery’s suits. The button two suit coat has a relaxed fit with a draped chest, natural shoulders and a gentle waist suppression. The coat has flapped pockets, four-button cuffs and a single vent. The suit trousers have double forward pleats, button-tab side adjusters and taped legs turn-ups.
The ecru silk shirt from Turnbull & Asser has a spread collar, a front placket and two-button cocktail cuffs. The back of the shirt is shaped with two darts, though the shirt still has generous fit. Bond ties his dark blue grenadine tie in a very small four-in-hand knot. Bond places a folded ecru handkerchief in his breast pocket. Navy socks match the suit, and Bond’s shoes are black three-eyelet derbys.