Though far removed from Bond, one of Sean Connery’s most memorable characters is Professor Henry Jones, Sr. from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989). As would be expected from a professor, he wears a tweed suit and bow tie. The three-piece suit is made out of a brown and cream herringbone tweed. The jacket is cut with a button two front, straight shoulders with roped sleeve heads, and a relaxed fit. The gorge is low but the button stance is high. Detailing the jacket are swelled edges, flapped pockets with a ticket pocket, and three-button cuffs. There are no vents, as this was most common in 1938 when the film takes place. The jacket is lined in brown silk and, according to an auction listing from Bonhams, is trimmed with brown plastic buttons.
The waistcoat has a button six front, and Connery fastens all the buttons. The waistcoat has four pockets; the top two are welted pockets and the bottom two are flapped. There is an extra hole for a pocket watch chain, though Connery has his pocket watch attached to a cloth strap. The back matched the jacket lining. The trousers have a plain front with plain bottoms. Costumiers Bermans & Nathans tailored the suit and its many copies.
Connery’s shirt is off white with subtle white pencil stripes. It has a spread collar and square double cuffs, closed with round gold cuff links. He wears a navy diamond-end bow tie with a pattern of small, light brown circles. The shoes are burgundy punch-cap toe oxfords.
One accessory that Professor Jones wears is something Bond would never need, glasses, and frameless glasses at that. And last there is the hat. It is a tweed bucket hat in a black and brown tooth check, woven in a broken twill weave. It is lined in a light brown quilted material, and there are two short bands of elastic sewn into the back for a comfortably snug fit. Professor Jones wears the hat with the brim turned down all the way around.