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JAMES BOND SKYFALL MIDNIGHT BLUE TUXEDO

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James Bond Skyfall Suits by Tom Ford

James Bond who drives in muscular cars, deals with incredible gadgets, and always gets beautiful women is popular among his fans over 5 decades.  In his latest flick most of 007 fans were entertained with action, fast cars, and gorgeous girls but that audience who has sartorial eye was busy in watching his bespoke suits, because suit is one of the most important part of his wardrobe. Tom ford made those impeccably tailored suit for world’s greatest spy. This is the second time when Tom Ford gets chance to word with famous James Bond franchise. Superstar Daniel Craig while playing James Bond role in Skyfall wore four one after another sleek and stylish suits and one stunning midnight blue tuxedo; all were made by Tom Ford. In the later part of this article we will share further more important details about his suits from latest installment.

Skyfall Opening Gray Suit

Skyfall started with the adventurous opening scene where Bond was spotted chasing a bad guy who had stolen hardware from headquarters. Bond this was not in Hawaiian print shirts, unlike Casino Royale he was wearing a trend setting gray suit bearing semi solid pattern. The best thing about this suit is that Bond was running, jumping, and fighting in it but still wasn’t looking uncomfortable for a moment.  Bond compliments this suit with matching gray tie, tab collar white shirt, and Oxford black leather shoes.

The Glen Plaid Suits

This is the second suit wore out by 007 in the movie. He wore this suit while meeting with the head of Intelligence security and committee Gareth Mallory who was already attiring a elegant three piece suit. This James Bond suit was featuring mid gray and black color with glen plaid featuring. It is also giving a charcoal effect because pattern was made with the mid grey color and lines were in black color.

 Midnight Blue Tuxedo:

Finally James Bond revealed his formal wear kit after wearing two delicious suits. But certainly this navy blue tuxedo was better than his each suit. Bond wears this dinner suit in the Macau casino during a meeting with the representative of Silva.   He wore this scene for many shots, including hashima island scene. This tux was looking a black, brown, or dark green color in the dark casino lightening. But during day time scene it was confirmed that the secret agent had worn yet another midnight blue dinner suit in the movie series.

The Charcoal Gray Suit:

James Bond had worn this charcoal suit when he brings Silva to MI6 head quarters, and the famous scene where he meets with the young nerd Q master. This suit was featuring a slim fit patter, jacket and particularly trousers were closely fitted to his body which was giving Bond a stylish and trendy look.

The Navy Herringbone suit:

This is the last suit wore by Daniel Craig in the last ending 2-3 minutes  of the movie where he meets Gareth Mallory who becomes the head of the MI6 headquarters after the death of Judi Drench.  This suit was looking black in the movie but actually it was a navy suit bearing a light herringbone pattern giving him a pleasant look.

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