In For Your Eyes Only, Bond wears a double-breasted navy blazer made by Douglas Hayward when out in Corfu. The blazer is likely made of worsted wool serge, a common material for blazers and a material used for military uniforms. There are six buttons on the front in a button two, show three configuration, with polished brass buttons. The button stance is quite low, with the middle buttons placed almost as low as the bottom buttons typically are on a classic double-breasted coat. This style gives the coat a longer lapel line whilst keeping the classic six-button arrangement, though the blazer has odd proportions and looks a little sloppy around the waist. The blazer has soft shoulders with roped sleeve heads, a draped chest and medium-width peaked lapels. Both lapels have a buttonhole. The jacket has double vents, flapped pockets and three cuff buttons.
The stone-coloured gabardine trousers are cut with a wide straight leg. The light blue shirt made by Frank Foster has a placket front with stitching close to the centre, a spread collar and two-button mitred cuffs. Bond wears the shirt without a tie, leaving the collar and first button open. His shoes are dark brown slip-ons.
The Frank Foster shirt was auctioned at Prop Store on 16 October 2014 for £1,200.