For the wedding of James and Tracy Bond, James Bond wears a form of semi-formal day wear called “black lounge,” known to the Americans as a stroller and to the Germans as a Stresemann. It is worn the same way as morning dress except a lounge coat replaces the morning coat (cutaway coat to the Americans). Bond’s coat is most likely black, though there sometimes appears to be a hint of blue. The coat has peak lapels and buttons two. Traditionally this type of jacket has only one button, like the typical morning coat does. The cuffs have 3 buttons and there are double vents at the back.
The waistcoat is grey and has 6 buttons, and the trousers are in a matching grey. Traditionally trousers worn with this type of outfit are the same as with morning dress: stripeed or checked, only in black, white and grey. Bond’s shirt is white with a spread collar and double cuffs, and the tie is a light blue-grey satin, tied with a Windsor knot. Bond wears black slip-ons, though the traditional shoe would be an cap-toe oxford or balmoral, shoe or boot. Whilst the traditional hat for such an outfit would be a black Homburg or bowler, Bond brings along a navy blue trilby. And since it is his wedding, Bond wears a white carnation in his lapel.