“So sorry to have ruined the line of your suit for nothing,” said Blofeld after his men tore the left shoulder of his suit jacket. This Anthony Sinclair three-piece suit from Diamonds Are Forever is made in a navy cloth with blue chalk stripes, similar to Daniel Craig’s blue pinstripe suit in Quantum of Solace. The suit is cut and styled exactly the same as the black three-piece suit that Bond wears earlier in the film, with natural shoulders and a clean chest. It has a button two front with wide lapels, straight pockets with wide flaps, four-button cuffs and deep double vents.
The waistcoat has a six-button front with all the buttons fastened, though it is cut to allow it to be buttoned in that fashion. The waistcoat’s buttons are spaced further apart than the traditionally would, which gives the waistcoat a smaller opening with a high top button. The trousers have a darted front and plain bottoms. His pale blue cotton poplin shirt from Turnbull & Asser has a spread collar and two-button cocktail cuffs, but with only the first button fastened so the cuff rolls back over the second button. He ties his navy grenadine tie from Turnbull & Asser, which is half a shade lighter than the suit, in a windsor knot.
Bond’s shoes are black, full-brogue, three-eyelet derbys from bespoke bootmaker John Lobb Ltd of St. James’s, London. Lobb calls this the “Brogue V-Front”. It’s a style you will pretty much only find from bespoke shoe makers.