My last entry covered Roger Moore’s navy blazer worn in California in Moonraker. Bond wears the Angelo Roma blazer again later in Venice, but with a different shirt, tie and trousers. The black horse-bit slip-ons stayed the same. This time the Frank Foster shirt is cream cotton voile instead of blue, but it also has a point collar, front placket and tab cuffs. The trousers are darker, tan rather than beige. The flat front trousers are worn with a black belt and the legs are cut with a slight flair.
The tie has an ottoman rib with wide stripes in light olive and magenta, a narrow stripe in purple, and stripes of ovals in pink. The stripes are in the American direction, which go from the right shoulder down to the left hip. In my opinion this is Roger Moore’s worst tie of his seven Bond films and amongst the worst ties of the series.