The only time Sean Connery wears a cream suit in the James Bond series is with the linen cream suit in Diamonds Are Forever. Connery wears a cream suit again in Never Say Never Again, but this time the outfit is better put together. It’s a button two suit likely in a very lightweight tropical wool that could be equally appropriate for a dinner jacket. It is cut the same as the grey suit he wears earlier in the film, with soft shoulders, gently roped sleeve heads, a clean chest and a low button stance. The suit jacket has double vents, flapped pockets and three-button cuffs.
The flat front suit trousers have slanted side pockets and one rear button-through (unbuttoned) single-jetted pocket on the right. Connery wears the suit with a light brown belt and shoes.
The Turnbull & Asser shirt is periwinkle with a spread collar, single-button button-down turnback cuffs, a placket front and a darted back. The shirt has a slightly full fit, and there are pads sewn into the armpits to mask any underarm sweating in the heat so the shirt looks neat. Connery wears a light grey textured tie with thin, wide-spaced blue stripes, and it’s tied in a Windsor knot. The tie is likely from Turnbull & Asser.
His shoes with this suit are likely the same as what is pictured under his hotel-room bed in a later scene. The shoes are mid-brown derbies with a moccasin toe and single leather soles. The style is fairly casual and pairs well with such a casual suit, but it also can be worn more casually.