Moore’s famous sports coats started with this one, a button two in a fancy tan basketweave or hopsack weave. I’m not sure what the fabric content is, but I would guess linen and silk. Like the suit jackets Cyril Castle made for Live and Let Die, this jacket by Castle has soft shoulders, a clean chest, deep double vents, slanted pockets with flaps, and flared link-button cuffs. The buttons are light brown horn. This jacket has roped sleeve heads, whilst the suit jackets in Live and Let Die do not. It also has swelled edges on the lapels and pocket flaps.
Bond wears contrasting dark brown, flat front trousers. The trousers have two rear pockets but no side pockets for a clean look. The cut narrows at the knee with a slight flare towards the bottom, for more of a “boot-cut” look. Since these trousers lack the front darts and top pockets of the other trousers in the film, and the rear pockets are placed much lower, these trousers are likely not made by Cyril Castle.
Bond’s shirt from Frank Foster is ecru cotton with a jacquard figure. The shirt has a spread collar, rear darts, two-button cocktail cuffs and a fly front that covers the buttons with a placket that has one stitching line down the centre. The brown abstract tie is tied with a four-in-hand knot. Roger Moore thought it would be clever to wear crocodile shoes at the crocodile farm, so he found some burgundy crocodile slip-ons. The shoes have a squared bicycle toe, which makes these some of the least attractive shoes Bond wears. The belt, however, is just plain brown leather.
You can see more pictures of the shirt and trousers in the previous entry about the brown basted suit jacket.