The light blue suit has fallen out of favour, but it made one of its few appearances in the Bond series in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. It’s a great suit for the warmer days of spring and for summer, and it is best in a pick-and-pick (or other semi-solid pattern) of blue and white rather than a solid blue. A solid blue might give the impression of the powder blue suits that were popular in the 1970s, but Lazenby wears a more sophisticated example when shopping at Rossio Square in Lisbon, Portugal.
The light blue suit is best worn when other light-coloured suits—such as tan and cream suits—are worn, and as such it is best for warm weather. While light grey can do well in many business contexts, light blue is more of a fun colour for a suit, though in some setting it can also be appropriate for business. Light blue suits in the American south are often worn in the summer in the form of seersucker and pincord.
Lazenby’s Dimi Major suit has a button three front with a clean cut, soft shoulders and double vents. It’s detailed with cran Necker Parisian lapels, swelled edges and one-button cuffs to emphasise the suit’s sportiness. The trousers have narrow straight legs. Lazenby wears the suit with a white shirt made by Frank Foster with a semi-spread collar and double cuffs, a navy knitted silk tie and black shoes, likely the monk shoes he wears elsewhere in the film.