In the final Spectre trailer we get a look at two tailored outfits we haven’t seen much of before. The first is a blue sharkskin suit—woven in dark blue and light blue yarns—that we got a glimpse of in the full-length trailer. We also saw this outfit on a few of the final posters for Spectre. The final trailer features some great shots of this suit, and it’s the same as the other Tom Ford O’Connor suits in Spectre. The button three roll two suit jacket has straight shoulders with roped sleeveheads, a close fit and a short length. It is detailed with a single vent, slightly slanted flap pockets and four cuff buttons (with the last button worn open). The suit trousers have a flat front, narrow straight legs with turn-ups, and wide extended waistband with side adjusters,
With this suit, Bond wears a white shirt with a point collar and double cuffs. He matches the shirt with a folded white handkerchief in his breast pocket. The solid dark navy tie matches the darker yarns in the suit, and Bond ties it in a four-in-hand knot. Bond wears black, Dainite studded rubber-soled derby shoes with this suit with this suit, and they’re the Norwich model from Crockett & Jones.
Of all the looks that Daniel Craig wears in Spectre, this is the most classic Bond suit, and its elegant simplicity will prove to make this a memorable outfit. The navy two-piece suit with a navy tie recalls combinations that Sean Connery wears in From Russia with Love, Goldfinger and You Only Live Twice. The white shirt recalls the navy herringbone flannel suit that Connery wears in Goldfinger, as well as the literary Bond’s usual outfit.
The other outfit from Spectre that we get a new look at is light brown jacket with tan trousers that Daniel Craig wears in Morocco, which has been previously shown in a publicity still. The jacket and trousers are so close in colour that they look like a mismatched suit, but the jacket is darker and has more texture than the trousers have. Neither item is likely from Tom Ford. The light brown button three jacket is likely made of linen or a linen blend, and it is cut with soft shoulders and a close, short fit. Its fishmouth lapels have conspicuous pick stitching. The jacket also has slanted pockets and four cuff buttons with all fastened, if the jacket has working cuffs.
The flat front fawn-coloured trousers, which appear to be slightly lighter and smoother than the jacket, are likely a chino or drill cotton. What tells us that they are most likely not suit trousers is that they aren’t pressed with a crease and look much more casual. They have a low rise and narrow, tapered legs. Craig wears them with what might be a brown braided leather belt with solid brown leather tab with holes on the end. The trousers may be the same trousers that Craig also wears with a navy Tom Ford polo and a tan suede jacket from Matchless.
My assessment that this is not a suit could be wrong, but if this is indeed a pairing of separate jacket and trousers, it would be James Bond’s first odd jacket since the navy double-breasted blazer in GoldenEye.
The white shirt may be from Tom Ford. The collar looks like it might be wider than the others in the film, which are point collars, but it is also a bit askew so it’s difficult accurately to assess the shape. The collar could be the same point collar that Daniel Craig wears on his shirts with all the other O’Connor suits in Spectre. This shirt may have cocktail cuffs. The tie is rust brown knitted silk with a pointed wide end and a straight narrow end, which suggests it is from Tom Ford. Though most knitted ties have straight ends, Tom Ford and a some others sell similar ties. In the fashion of the infamous pink tie in Diamonds Are Forever, this tie is too short and ends a few inches above the trousers. This outfit unusually lacks a pocket square. The sunglasses are the Tom Ford Henry model.
Seeing Bond in light brown again makes us recall Roger Moore, and this outfit is similar to but more casual and relaxed than any of the brown suits or tan sports coats that Moore wears in his Bond films. Let us not forget the tan suit that Timothy Dalton wears in The Living Daylights, also worn in Morocco like this brown outfit in Spectre. Dalton dresses his suit down by forgoing the tie, but even though Craig wears a tie with this outfit it still has the same casual demeanour. Like on Moore, the light brown jacket is flattering to Daniel Craig’s complexion.
Due to only having a brief shot of this brown outfit in the trailer and only one still, the observations on this outfit may not be entirely accurate and are highly subject to change.