Roger Moore is all too often accused of wearing leisure suits, but only does this powder blue number from Live and Let Die qualify. The jacket alone could easily have been from the 1960s, but wearing it with matching flared trousers turns it into a classic leisure suit. The jacket has a front and back yoke, turn-down collar, two button-flap patch pockets and one-button cuffs. The jacket is a little longer than waist-length, and the bottom width can be adjusted with buttoned tabs.
The flared flat-front trousers have jeans-style patch pockets in front and are worn with a surcingle belt. The belt is a cream web with brown leather ends and a brass centre-bar buckle. Similar to denim clothing, this leisure suit has rivet buttons and flat-felled seams.
Moore wears only a white knit vest (A-shirt) under the jacket, tucked into his trousers. His shoes are dark blue suede oxford lace-ups with tan—possibly crepe—soles. Roger Moore sometimes is without socks and other times wears them with beige socks that give the impression he’s not wearing any socks. Wearing the shoes without socks would likely indicate they are unlined.
This casual outfit is one of the most dated of the series and unlike Moore’s suits has just about no redeeming qualities. The best part of the outfit is the classic surcingle belt, and blue suede shoes have also returned to fashion.