Every well-dressed man should have a navy blue suit and a charcoal grey suit in his closet. But have you ever thought to combine the two? Daniel Craig wears just that in Casino Royale in a Brioni charcoal blue suit. The fabric is a worsted wool in a subtle plaid made up of charcoal grey and navy. It’s the kind of plaid that looks solid until you get really close. The button three jacket has straight shoulders with a lot of padding, roped sleeve heads and a clean chest, though the fit in the chest needs a little improvement. The jacket has flapped pockets, four-button cuffs and a single vent. The notched lapels rolls just below the top button and have a high gorge. The suit trousers have a darted front and a straight leg with turn-ups.
The Brioni shirt is unusual for Bond: it’s pale blue with light grey stripes. The shirt has a moderate spread collar and double cuffs with rounded corners. Bond’s tie is a classic blue and white macclesfield pattern; it’s essentially a checkerboard pattern. The shoes are black two-eyelet plain-toe derbys, the John Lobb Luffield model.