For a leisurely day out and about in Corfu in For Your Eyes Only, Bond wears a double-breasted navy blazer made by Douglas Hayward. 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, and the button are polished brass blazer buttons. The button stance is extremely low for this configuration, 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. A four-button blazer with only the bottom button fastening—a style Hayward was known for—would have looked more balanced.
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 beige wool gabardine trousers, also by Hayward, are cut with a wide straight leg.
The light blue shirt made by Frank Foster has a semi-spread collar, two-button mitred cuffs and a placket front with stitching close to the centre. The collar points are an average length or no more than 3 inches long, which is much shorter than Moore’s ordinary collars. The collar was most likely designed this way because 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.