Want style that's been shaken, yet not stirred for more than 50 years? Look no further than Bond, James Bond. Classically tailored, effortlessly worn and oozing with confidence, the wardrobe of secret agent 007 hasn't lost one bit of sexy, class or comfort through fads, fashions or changing actors.
Get the 007 look
The Day Suit:
Simple, classic lines, thin tie in subtle grays and blues, look confident and ready for action in a style I'd describe as slightly business casual. Modern flair from the 1960s that's rarely changed over the years – from Connery to Craig – breaks all barriers in its daring approach to the "suit."
The Dinner Jacket:
A slightly elevated and elegant style, Bond's white dinner jacket motif has rarely changed for more than 30 years. For a look of real distinction, this jacket is a great choice for dressier outings, and can easily be worn with jeans.
Roll the dice on your next date by daring to wear this classic Bond style.
The Black Tux oozes James Bond. It's serious. It's not messing around. And it makes guys look like a million bucks, golden guns or not. This classic Bond look says coolly you've got the situation under control – even when you don't (also classic Bond).
Emulate the king of debonair dressed from head to toe in a Bond-style uniform. You can also go Craig style, and mix with modern-day elements, like jeans or casual slacks.
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