007 STYLE: The Evolution of James Bond’s Style

James Bond’s style has changed a lot over the years, from his suits to his watches and even his (sometimes questionable) bathing attire. Here’s your guide to the many looks of 007.

James Bond bond has been around for over 50 years now.

Some things never change: the cars, the gadgets, the girls.

Bond’s style, however, isn’t as consistent.

Here are all the different styles of Bond throughout the years, broken up by actor:

The Sean Connery Years (1962 – 1971)

Sean Connery James Bond Style

The Movies: Dr. No, Goldfinger, You Only Live Twice
The Look: Tuxedos (black or white, depending on the occasion), a Rolex watch and the somewhat masculine toweling play-suit.


The George Lazenby Year (1969)

George Lazenby James Bond Style

The Movie: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
The Look: A suit, winter gear and lots of…puffy shirts.


The Roger Moore Years (1973 – 1985)

Roger Moore James Bond Style

The Movies: The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, Octopussy
The Look: Oversized shades, a Seiko digital watch, and a fur hood for those bad hair days.


The Timothy Dalton Years (1987 – 1989)

Timothy Dalton James Bond Style

The Movies: The Living Daylights, License to Kill
The Look: A flashy tux, trendy tan suits and leather jackets.


The Pierce Brosnan Years (1995 – 2002)

Pierce Brosnan James Bond Style

The Movies: Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never DiesThe World is Not Enough
The Look: Brioni suits, Omega watches (always in the Seamaster collection) and some blue lens sunglasses that definitely aren’t x-ray and absolutely aren’t used to see through women’s clothes.


The Daniel Craig Years (2006 – 2015)

Daniel Craig James Bond Style

The Movies: Casino Royale, Skyfall, Spectre
The Look: An entire wardrobe designed by Tom Ford, more Omega watches and some truly short swim trunks. (And a six-pack for washing said clothes.)