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He said he hated dirty cuffs. Hal, I totally agree. Other than that, Fleming outlined a smart, masculine, and strong dress pattern for Bond.
Have you ever been able to find a suit like this? It may have been made for the film, of course, and be a one off.
The colour and peak lapels mark it as something special. As for the Thunderball outfit, a navy suit and black silk tie certainly can work together in an evening outfit.
Another great write-up, LS! This was at the height of the Big Watch Craze which sadly still exists to a great degree, despite many brands scaling back the size of their watches in recent years and, despite how muscled-up Daniel Craig got for the role, I always felt that he should have worn the smaller 42mm model, which is still a decent-sized watch.
Given the fact that Craig has his own collection of classic wristwatches, predominantly Rolex vintages, the use of the larger Planet Ocean seemed to me more an attempt by Omega to make sales of this bigger watch.
I had and still do. I tried to convince some of them, especially the shorter and more slenderly-built guys, to go for the 42mil Planet Ocean, but it was hard to sway them.
Does anybody know where to buy the white short sleeved shirt featured in Casino Royale described as: White-on-white track striped short-sleeve shirt with large 2-button spread collars and buttoned epaulettes?
However, you then see the types of cars in the hotel car park, Range Rovers and Jags etc… maybe he could have stretched to a more executive type vehicle.
Not sure about the watch in the earlier scenes. The one he wears driving into the resort looks a hell of a lot like a Breitling Superocean II 42mm. The strap on the Breitling models with the holes in them is called a Seawolf I could be wrong about the strap name but most Swiss watch producers copyright designs on every piece, including straps.
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The Search for Classic and Affordable Menswear. Dan makes quite an impression on the locals when landing in the Bahamas. Not quite a DB5… Still good-looking for a Ford, though.
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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.
So eventually Ian Fleming's James Bond style was quite similar to this. And this marengo t-shirt fits Craig complexion. He was wearing similar at the Layer Cake, he was wearing two anothers at the Venice in CR [boat scene and Vesper betrayal scene].
That would be modern while still preserving the traditional aspects of the image. 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.
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.
As for the safari suits D Marlborough likes most people, rightly or wrongly, think of them as Seventies outfits to be laughed at.
Moore in The Persuaders and Crossplot looks like the oldest swinger in town. A middle-aged man desperately trying to be young. That's never a good look for anyone..
Whatever certain people think Dalton's clothing does not provoke the audience to derisive laughter, nor does Brosnan's or Craig's.
It's Moore's Seventies casual wear that makes him look ridiculous, particularly the safari suits. 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 am not a particular fan of the color scheme, though it fits Craig's complexion. Yes, the T-shirt is not good.
The pants and shoes are fine. Agree with Christian — to me it just seems like he's trying to blend in with the locals. Don't see what's wrong with Craig as Bond.
New actor, new interpretation. I only wish the last outing with him was better in quality. He wore similar shirts- often much brighter- from Antonio's in Falmouth.
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?
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.
In fact, he had worn them as far back as the black and white "Saint" episodes. Also, I would've though that the last image Bond would pursue is a "shabby civilian" which he never did until the Dalton years.
And "derisive laughter" at another person's choice of dress is a matter of bad manners and disrespect rather than anything else.
Who knows, perhaps, in another thirty years Craig's ugly shirt will provoke a similar reaction. Amen and amen to David's latest post; only men who are insecure or unformed in their tastes and preferences live and die by the latest fashion and presume to laugh at those who don't share their lack of taste.
Agree with Christian and Jovan. Bond is dressing appropriately for the mission and the setting. Remember, he's undercover in Madagascar, tailing a bomb-maker who happens to like watching fights between animals.
It's not a restaurant in Paris or a casino in Monte Carlo, you know. I for one love this outfit. It might not match up with how some people think Bond should dress….
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How to dress like Bond and beyond. Ian Fleming would not only be turning but doing convulsions in his grave! David, I equally can't imagine Craig in many of Connery or Moore's "casual wear" outfits.
What if I said bush shirt instead of safari shirt? There's nothing 70's about it. Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here.