Gone are the days of James Bond 007 running around non-stop in a suit or tuxedo all film long. The Daniel Craig era of Bond Films have brought us some amazing casual looks that you can easily incorporate into your everyday style.
For me, these casual looks work for so many different times of the year and a lot of different occasions. Following these looks can be a very simple way of feeling like James Bond without having to bust out your Tom Ford Tux. The casual outfits below were compiled with help of the great Instagram account @JamesBondsWardrobe.
In Casino Royale during a scene in the Bahamas, Bond wears one of his most replicable outfits of his tenure. Daniel Craig wears:
A navy mesh-knit "Riviera" polo shirt from Sunspel. It is cut with a stiched self-faced collar, a two-button placket, short sleeves and a single patch breast pocket.
Khaki-coloured boot-cut chinos from Ted Baker, cut with angled slash pockets, a coin pocket, dual patch back pockets and plain-hemmed bottoms.
A pair of tan-sueded "Trapper" three-eyelet square-toed chukka boots, from Loake Shoemakers.
A pair of Persol sunglasses with a gunmetal frame and brown lenses, ref. 2244-S; colour code 834/33.
And an Omega "Seamaster" 'Planet Ocean' 45mm wristwatch, ref. 2900.50.91; on a black rubber strap.
Near the end of Casino Royale in Venice, Bond wears:
A French-blue long-sleeve polo shirt (recently identified) from Massimo Dutti, cut with a rather short self-faced collar, a fly placket hiding two white plastic buttons,, a "half-moon" yoke, small side-vents and elastic cuffs
A grey-melánge "Riviera" t-shirt from Sunspel, cut with a crew neck, short sleeves and no breast pocket.
A pair of navy chinos, cut with a flat front, belt loops, side pockets, two jetted rear pockets and a plain hem.
An Omega 'Seamaster' Diver 300M Professional Co-Axial Chronometer wristwatch, ref. 2220.80.00.
And a pair of Nike "Air Articulate II" tennis shoes in dark gray suede.
You'd be lying if you said you didn't go buy a black shawl cardigan after seeing James Bond wearing this outfit in Quantum of Solace.
A black ribbed-knit merino-wool cardigan, cut with a large shawl collar, five-button placket of black leather buttons, dual front patch pockets and long turned-back cuffs, from Tom Ford.
A white cotton-poplin dress shirt, cut with an Italian spread collar, a front placket and French cuffs from Tom Ford.
A pair of beige Levis "STA-PREST" boot-cut cotton trousers, ref. 306
A pair of STD Dupont "Diamond Head Square" cufflinks, model number 5172, with palladium finishes.
Silver-framed single-bridge aviator sunglasses with smoke blue lenses, model number FT108, from Tom Ford.
A black 'Saffiano' leather belt with a silver single-claw buckle, from Prada.
An Omega Seamaster "Planet Ocean" 600M Co-Axial Chronometer 42mm stainless steel wristwatch.
And a pair of dark-brown sueded "Ryder III" chukka boots with Goodyear welting and Dainite soles, from Churchs.
Near the end of Quantum of Solace, Bond wears one of my favourite outfits of the film and one that is very easy to put together with items you probably already own at home.
He's wearing a midnight blue "Harrington" jacket from Tom Ford, cut with an extended collar tab, button-adjustable cuffs, waistband and dual slash pockets.
A deep navy pique-knit polo shirt from Tom Ford. It is cut with a two-button placket, a single rounded breast pocket and short sleeves.
A pair of cotton-blend denim jeans in a dark "Mercer" wash, from 7 For All Mankind.
A black 'Saffiano' leather belt with a silver single-claw buckle from Prada.
An Omega Seamaster "Planet Ocean" 600M Co-Axial Chronometer 42mm wristwatch.
And dark brown sueded "Ryder III" chukka boots with Goodyear welting and Dainite soles from Churchs.
When Bond is 'Enjoying Death' and then returns to England, he wears:
A distressed dark-brown sheepskin-leather "Menlo" jacket from Levis Vintage Clothing. It is cut with a soft folded-over stand collar, full zip closure, dual slanted front jetted pockets, belted cuffs, waistband tab-adjusters and a full orange polyester lining.
A light-blue floral-printed casual shirt from Zara, cut with a small point collar, a front placket, dual bellowed chest patch pockets with button-flapped closure, back darts and single-button cuffs.
A pair of light beige slim-fit chinos from Topman, cut with a low rise, elastic cuffs, side pockets and dual jetted back pockets.
And a pair of mid-brown two-eyelet suede ankle boots, also from Zara. They are crafted with a leather upper, a cotton-blend lining and rubber soles.
If Barbour wasn't already an English staple, Skyfall and Daniel Craig wearing it during the Climax of the film sure put it on the map for a lot of people.
Bond wears an olive Barbour x ToKiTo "Beacon Heritage" sports jacket; made from 6oz Sylkoil-waxed cotton, along with the classic tartan lining. It is cut with a 4-button front, a single button-flapped breast pocket, dual bellowed hip pockets that also close with a single-button flap, a ventless back and two rear-zip “poacher pockets”. Product code MWX0364OL71.
An N. Peal Cashmere crew-neck sweater of 1-ply Mongolian cashmere, color "Blue Wave"; product code NPG-132JB.
A cashmere scarf (cut from a larger dark-brown shawl) from Tom Ford.
An off-white All Saints "Jenkin" long-sleeve cotton henley, cut with an unusual 5-button front placket.
A pair of All Saints "Iggy" jean-style corduroy trousers, custom-dyed a 'Bitter Chocolate' color.
An Omega "Seamaster" 'Aqua Terra' 38.5mm Mid-Size Chronometer stainless steel wristwatch, ref. 22.214.171.124.03.001.
And a pair of "Islay" scotch-coloured fully-brogued derby boots from Crockett and Jones, crafted from fine country-grain leather and #Dainite rubber soles with storm welts.
In terms of casual outfits, we don't get a lot from Spectre, but I love this one. While in Morocco, Bond wears:
A beige suede "Craig" blouson from Matchless. It is cut with zip fastening, a stand collar, dual side single-stud pockets and a viscose lining.
A deep navy cotton/viscose blend "Johnny Collared" polo from Tom Ford, cut with a deep v-neck with no placket, banded cuffs and hem in a luxurious 18-gauge piquet-stitch.
Taupe aged gabardine cotton chinos, cut with a flat front, side pockets, jetted back pockets, straight legs and a low rise from Brunello Cucinelli.
Brown woven tab-ended belt with polished silver rectangular single-claw buckle from Brunello Cucinelli.
A pair of Tom Ford "Henry" Vintage 'Wayfarers', model FT0248; color code 52A.
Light brown socks, likely from London Sock Co.
An Omega Seamaster 300 "SPECTRE Limited Edition" wristwatch on a black/gray NATO strap, reference 126.96.36.199.01.001.
And "Sahara"-coloured suede J. Crew “Kenton” 5-eyelet, 3-hook plain-toe ankle boots, with brick-red EVA soles.
During the opening sequence of No Time To Die in Matera, Italy - Daniel Craig wears a lightweight blue cotton/linen-blend jacket from Connolly. It is cut with a camp collar, a four-button front, twin button-flapped patch pockets at the torso and features drawstrings at the bottom.
A custom-tailored white linen henley, with a two-button placket and short sleeves, from Anderson and Sheppard.
A pair of "Winch" trousers, ref. T0301-U809, in the color "Alluminio", from Massimo Alba. The trousers are made from a fine "baby corduroy" fabric, cut with a flat front, belt loops, side pockets, jetted button-through rear pockets and plain hems.
A unique black leather belt from Massimo Alba, crafted with a contrasting gold stitch pattern leading up to the silver buckle with a half-claw closure.
An Omega 'Seamaster' "Aqua Terra" Master Co-Axial Chronometer wristwatch; the same one from #SPECTRE.
A pair of "Norton" sunglasses from Barton Perreira, designed with a rounded acetate tortoise-colored frame and green mineral-glass lenses.
And a pair of Drakes "Crosby" moccasin-toe chukka boots in dark-brown suede. They are unlined, designed with high-grade suede and rubber crepe soles with a leather insole.
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