James Bond has been enslaving hearts for 40 years. If you dream of becoming popular with the fairer sex, it might be a good idea to steal some style secrets from his wardrobe. You can easily draw a fashion lesson from every actor who played the famous 007 agent. Lets go back in time to learn the fashion secrets of this style Icon.
The era of the MI6 super agent started with the film DR. No in which Sean Connery first starred. He had played the role from 1962 through 1971. His Bond proved over and over that a well cut, slim-line lightweight daytime suit was an evergreen must-have for men. No matter the case, no matter the weather.
As the 70's became the 80's, the other Bond performed by Roger Moore looked somewhat smarter. His T-shirts were unbuttoned a little bit lower, his dinner jackets became white instead of discreet dark palette. Bond by Moore went a step beyond the customary tuxedo by combining the wide lapelled white jacket with contrasting black trousers.
The hero played by Timothy Dalton also preferred to wear tailored clothing, but often ignored the tie. Also he let his hairstyle be a little bit loose. Probably, he was the first James Bond who raised rakishness to the rank of new elegance.
The characters by Pierce Brosnan always look spick-and-span due to tailored tuxedos. The piece of formalwear were flavored with the ease of a snow-white T-shirt, an elegant bow tie, studs, a cummerband or something. Sure enough, these accessories added some stylish accents to unstained Bond's classy looks.
Lastly, Daniel Craig, the last Bond at present, claimed that no suit was necessary, but when he wore one he looked sensational. He has successfully proven that the agent could look smart wearing casual and somewhat sporty garments.
We are pretty sure that there is a vast heap of ideas to pick up for your daily and evening looks from James Bond's outfits. You can easily substantiate this conception with our e-store, since we offer you the clothes that reflects the true British style. For example, you can browse for men's new arrivals by Paul Smith among our catalog items.