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He is rough edged but ready to become the polished we all know. But after all I like this outfit better than some old casual Bond outfits remember Crab Key Connery's outfit, brr… And, what is kinda funny, in book he was wearing simple navy shirt [polo shirt, I guess], black jeans and… sneakers.

The shirt is made up of a printed fabric in a tropical design consisting of a pale yellow and taupe ground with a red floral pattern on top.

The Films Dr. I think Bond was put in this shirt so he does stand out in the crowd. I agree the undershirt is out casino royale shirts hawaiian place and the trousers are poor…I just rationalise it that its link kind of disguise.

Looking further down casino royale shirts hawaiian gets even worse: James Bond in sneakers? Also, I would've though that the last image Bond would pursue is a "shabby civilian" which he never did until the Dalton years.

Yes, the T-shirt is not good. About half the time and wear casual clothes instead. And this one is a well-designed one, in my opinion. Bond is dressing appropriately for the mission and the setting. Look at his casual and even dress clothing in QOS and compare to this…definitely an improvement. Moore in The Persuaders and Crossplot looks like the oldest swinger in town.

His partner does even worse by putting his hand to his earpiece when he talks.

The problem here is that Bond does stick out and is not dressing like the locals. Remember, he's undercover in Madagascar, tailing a casino royale shirts hawaiian who happens to like watching fights between animals. I also believe that, generally and particularly in the last decade or so menswear has become particularly tawdry and casual seems to equal scruffy tat.

Amen and amen to David's latest post; only men who are insecure or unformed in their tastes and preferences live and die by link latest fashion and presume to laugh at those who don't share their lack of taste.

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New actor, new interpretation. Throughout the film we see both his demeanor and style evolve, until finally by the beginning of Quantum of Solace we are presented with a more a finished version. Having said that, some of Craig's casual outfits aren't all that different from Connory's — colours aside, dark blue polo shirt and chino-style trousers worn by Craig in several scenes of CR and QoS isn't a millon miles from what Connory wore on Dr No's Island? But it could've been improved if he wore the shirt buttoned and without a visible under shirt. That would be modern while still preserving the traditional aspects of the image. Learn how your comment data is processed. And I would've preferred the trousers to be pressed like the linen trousers in Quantum of Solace. I take your point Matthew and naturally I do accept that fashions evolve. NO leave them in the Seventies! While nobody else is specifically wearing a Hawaiian shirt, his color scheme blends in with the tones of everyone else around him and there are some people in brighter, louder clothes like dashikis including a blue and green one on the guy by Mollaka when he receives his call. Bond Suits is an unofficial information resource and is not linked to the official James Bond production companies. Sign in. As someone who is in law enforcement and wears suits and other casual wear on and off-duty instead of a uniform, I have the luxury of being able to tailor my wardrobe to fit the location where I will be working and the assignment. What I do have a problem with is the t-shirt worn under it which is a very bad look and contradicts the sartorial elegance is supposed to embody. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I have to agree with Jon — we see just an agent who becoming Bond that we know. In fact, he had worn them as far back as the black and white "Saint" episodes. It might not match up with how some people think Bond should dress…. And this marengo t-shirt fits Craig complexion. Craig shattered that. It's not a restaurant in Paris or a casino in Monte Carlo, you know. I don't think that a bush shirt would work in that scene as it DOES look military and Bond is trying and succeeding to look like a shabby civilian. These safari shirts just happened to become fashionable for a period from the late 's to the end of the 's and I don't think Moore wore them in an effort to look youthful or overly fashionable. Although I'm no fan of Craig. The short sleeves have tabs and buttons to adjust the opening diameter. Don't see what's wrong with Craig as Bond. I simply cannot, in my wildest dreams, imagine Sean Connery, George Lazenby or Roger Moore running around like some demented baboon in this ugly get up. To be honest I do not have a problem with his shirt at all. Along with a different actor! What happened to the good old brown suede loafers? As for the safari suits D Marlborough likes most people, rightly or wrongly, think of them as Seventies outfits to be laughed at. The floral shirt has always had its place in classic menswear, even tho mostly reserved for poolside or beach activities. I would much rather have seen him in a safari shirt, or at least something plain. I am not a particular fan of the color scheme, though it fits Craig's complexion. This hideous visitation says it all I was hoping you might leave it to the last with the bargain basement Bond wardrobe part of the blog, Matt! So eventually Ian Fleming's James Bond style was quite similar to this. Academy Costumes made the shirt, and Academy Textiles created the fabric. Casualwear has undergone a great deal of change in the 50 years since Dr No. Good example, Matt. And before someone says it, no. His clothing and demeanour, for me, who grew up with Connery and Moore is far, far away from the suave and impeccably British dressed killer I knew and loved. What could be "ridiculous" about an item which is as both Matt and I have pointed out, ad infinitumn a classic part of British traditional clothing? A T-shirt can mitigate that. The t-shirt has striped bands on the sleeves. I only wish the last outing with him was better in quality. Why anyone would be negative about a safari shirt like this and positive about this ugly garment escapes my reasoning except that anything traditionally smart in appearance seems to be out of favour with many. As a matter of fact, not only have places like Royale Filmwear and Magnoli Clothiers made replicas of this shirt of which I am now the proud owner , but also of the camp shirts that Connery wore in Thunderball. I for one love this outfit. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Matt Spaiser and Bond Suits with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. As she pointed out, if you never saw the others and Craig was the very first maybe you could accept him but she can see my point clearly. Who knows, perhaps, in another thirty years Craig's ugly shirt will provoke a similar reaction. The pants and shoes are fine. Bond should be dressing to blend in, not dressing like a tourist in a shirt that is louder than what the locals wear. Log into your account. Agree with Christian — to me it just seems like he's trying to blend in with the locals. In QOS he's started to feeling style in some scenes very, very dandy like his casual outfit in Haiti , in the next Bond film we maybe will see much more classy. I was never a fan of this outfit, particularly the shirt. That's never a good look for anyone.. They have a loose fit, which is more comfortable in hot weather. And "derisive laughter" at another person's choice of dress is a matter of bad manners and disrespect rather than anything else. It's Moore's Seventies casual wear that makes him look ridiculous, particularly the safari suits. He and Carter both already stick out like sore thumbs because of their color. A middle-aged man desperately trying to be young. We seem to be forgetting that this is supposed to represent the "Pre-Bond". He was wearing similar at the Layer Cake, he was wearing two anothers at the Venice in CR [boat scene and Vesper betrayal scene]. In all cases, Bond's outfits are representative of the casualwear of the period yet firmly on the smart side. He wears a grey crew-neck t-shirt under the tropical shirt. Whatever certain people think Dalton's clothing does not provoke the audience to derisive laughter, nor does Brosnan's or Craig's. As for the T-shirt…while I have done so, carrying a concealed firearm against your skin, even in a holster, is unnatural and often uncomfortable. A belt would be much better than a drawstring. He wore similar shirts- often much brighter- from Antonio's in Falmouth. I don't particularly have a problem with this outfit in concept — I think it fits the character and the time and place of the story quite well a hot, grubby jungle in Madagascar, with a big action sequence that includes climbing around on a crane strikes me as no place for tasseled loafers. I equally can't imagine Craig in many of Connery or Moore's "casual wear" outfits. I was intrigued so I actually went and looked up the scene. All Rights Reserved. Finally, Matt, out of curiosity. Agree with Christian and Jovan.