Bond is brought to the Earnest Hemingway House in Key West, Florida in Licence to Kill wearing a baggy, casual outfit that is characteristic of 1989. The Teba-style shirt-jacket is made of a cotton or cotton-blend twill and has the large fit that was trendy at the time, most notably in the shoulders, which results in the sleeves being too long. The jacket has a four buttons down front, has pockets on both sides and is constructed with a yoke in the back of the shoulders like a shirt. The cuffs are single-button shirt-type cuffs, and the sleeve is gathered into pleats at the cuff. Bond wears the jacket open and turns down the collar to show the revers.
The white sport shirt has a plain front and a flapped chest pocket on each side. The shirt is full-cut and puffs out around the waist, giving the impression that Bond has a pot belly. Bond wears khaki chinos with triple reverse pleats that give the trousers the full look of the time. A brown leather belt holds up the trousers, and Bond’s shoes are navy canvas espadrilles with a white rubber sole. Bond’s socks match the trousers in beige.