In Goldfinger, Bond wears a black and white nailhead silk dressing gown in his hotel suite at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach. This is the ultimate dressing gown in luxury and style, and it’s a piece Bond would have brought himself rather than borrowed from the hotel. The perfect fit in the shoulders means that this was possibly made bespoke for Sean Connery. The dressing gown has turn-back cuffs and a shawl collar with black piping. There is a jetted pocket on the left side of the chest and unusual—but stylish—hacking-like slanted jetted pockets on the hips. Because the dressing gown’s pockets are set-in, it must have a lining. The dressing gown reaches below the knee and is tied around the waist with a belt. Each end of the belt is decorated with a diamond motif and a fringe.
Underneath the dressing gown Bond wears light blue cotton pyjama bottoms. The pyjama bottoms’ waist is tied with a white drawstring. Jill Masterson wears Bond’s matching pajama shirt, which has a camp collar, four large buttons down the front, a patch breast pocket, long sleeves and a straight hem.