Like most of the clothes in Woman of Straw, Sean Connery’s black dinner suit closely resembles its counterpart in Goldfinger. But this time the dinner suits are different. Both have notched lapels, a single-button fastening and no vents. The biggest difference is that the lapels on this dinner jacket are narrower than the lapels in Goldfinger. This dinner jacket also adds gauntlet cuffs like Connery previously wore in Dr. No and From Russia With Love. Connery wears it for the same type of occasion as he does in Goldfinger: a small, private dinner. Just like the older men Bond has dinner with in Goldfinger, the older Ralph Richardson in this scene wears a shawl collar dinner jacket.
The dress shirt from Frank Foster has a spread collar, small pleats on the front, mother of pearl buttons down the placket and double cuffs. Connery wears it with a narrow black bow tie and a white linen pocket handkerchief folded with a single point. If he is wearing a waist covering, it can’t be seen.