Undeniably there is a whole soccer team of actors playing the legendary role of Mi6 agent James Bond had appeared in 23 movies from the last five decades. In this distinctive time period of the franchise many memorable and incredible outfits had been introduced out which we are going to list top 10 outfits below.
Skyfall Midnight Blue Tuxedo
Daniel Craig has worn three sensational tuxedos during his era of spy agent 007, out of which this midnight blue dinner suit is the most recent and probably the best outfit. We all know how good James Bond is when it comes to his formal dressing , he is the star icon every wants to look alike and dress like him.Bond has the great efficiency of turning any suit into a masterpiece by wearing it with the balance of both style and formality. And in Skyfall he further establishes his reputation by wearing this formal outfit in the Casino of Macau.
Daniel Craig presented us as the modern era of Bond by wearing these light blue swimming trunks. Most guys prefer to wear large and broad shots these days, but the new Bond decided to turn himself in a sex symbol by wearing this tightly fit low rise short. Costume designer Hemming said, “I wanted to put Daniel in something modern but baggy Surfy shots just wouldn’t be right for Bond,” This La Perla trunks chosen to reference Connery’s Thunderball swimming shorts intentionally.
Ben Whishaw Cardigan as Q
Ben Whishaw introduced to all of us as the latest Q master is in recent 007 entry Skyfall. He introduced to all of us as the real young nerd you will see in the every technology organization. Deliberately his looks were entirely different than Bond, his camel front cardigan and navy tie ensemble looked so refined and yet completely contrasted with burgundy trimmings. It is one of the best fashion moments in the history of the franchise.
Bond First Dinner Suit
Here it is, the first ever tuxedo wore by Sean Connery while portraying James Bond role in Dr. No. Till now Bond had worn more than two dozens of two tuxedos in his 23 spy movies but this traditional dinner suit he putts on was simply magnificent. Ian Fleming’s creation introduced to the world with this midnight blue tuxedo, and this Bond evening kit will always be remembered for its legendary appearance no doubt!
Bond Cashmere Sweater
Ski wear definitely is a Bond staple, the Mi6 agent spotted with many splendid sky outfits whether it was Moore’s Spy Who Loved Me yellow suit, Lezenby’s plaid jacket, or Brosnan’s Ballantyne Cashmere Sweater. The Irish actor Pierce Brosnan starred in number of wearers by Scottish firm Ballantyne Cashmere, but this sweater given by his rival after kidnapping him showing the chic and style of 007.
Goldfinger Three Piece Suit
Meet with the first ever three piece suit in the history of James Bond 007. The Original Bond Sean Connery wore out this classy and refined suit in the iconic movie “Goldfinger”. Connery portrayed many shots with this brown suit and beside it’s amazing pattern of Prince of Wales this browns suit was faltering numerous incredible features. Interestingly, this three piece suit has been introduced to us in 1964, and still after 50 years, it is one of the most demanding suit in the history of the franchise.
Sean Connery Goldfinger Sweater
Simplicity is best if adapt with perfection, and Mr. Bond is best in that business. We all have seen James Bond is a gentleman sportsman too, worn out by Sean Connery while playing one of the most iconic scene in which Bond plays Gold with Auric Goldfinger. Connery wore out navy blue trouser with this V shaped wine colored magnificent sweaters. He had also worn polo shirt underneath it along with dark gray hat bearing couple of bands of red and white stripes
Blofeld Mao Coat
Although this Mao coat didn’t wear by any Bond star, but still it is quite famous for its uniqueness and its historical background. We had discussed briefly about this Blofeld outfit couple of weeks before too. As we all know that this Mao coat has been worn out by an English actor Donald Pleasence while playing a Bond villain; Ernst Stavro Blofeld in You Live Only Twice. This unique coat comes from great Chinese leader Mao Zedong, who used to wear them in public. The original designer coat for Donald has been sold in the Bahamas in £25,200.
Lezenby’s Ruffled Shirt
This George Lezenby shirt has to in this list, although his spy movie was darker than other movies of the series, but still he was well appreciated for his film’s groovy wardrobe. Lezenby appeared in only one spy movie, but he made sure to wear a number of amazing outfits, he had worn this two ruffled shirt in the movie. It is featuring pointed collar, double cuffs, and mother of buttons down the placket. Interestingly Lezenby was the only Bond star wearing a ruffled shirt in 007 movies.
Connery’s Trilby Hats
Legendary Sean Connery had worn a variety of hats in his early spy movies, but after more than a half century of the spy franchise it is still demanding and inspiration for many Bond fans. These Bond hats have been designed by one of the oldest and renowned England hatters “Lock and Co”. Connery wore a dark brown hat in his first 007 movie Dr. No and in his latest two movies From Russia with Love, and Goldfinger he preferred the similar style, and size trilby with dark grey color.