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every bond watch.

James Bond has got to be one of the most stylish men on the planet. Yes, he's a fictional character, but the dude still knows how to be dressed by a team of professional tailors and designers amirite?

One of the most famous bond accessories, aside from the car, and the gun, and the babe on his arm, is the watch. So, for your viewing pleasure, and that random part of your brain that retains trivial knowledge, here is every watch ever worn by james bond:


- james


Tom Ford + James Bond.

I know we already touched on the amazing wardrobe from the film SkyFall, but seriously, I love this suit so much I wanna take it behind a 7-11 and impregnate it. 

To be more specific, it's actually a Tuxedo or Dinner Jacket. It was Designed by Tom Ford in, what some might call, a surprising move. This is the first time James Bond has ever worn a blue tuxedo.

The main reason behind the "shock and awe" is that blue is traditionally considered a less formal color, but part of the reason I have such an obsession with this tux is the color itself. The material and color combination of this outfit allow it to take on different hues in different lighting. Translation: in one light it would look midnight blue, while in another it could take on a greenish hue, and in some cases midnight blue can actually appear "blacker" than black: thus making it more formal than black.

Bottom line: you can bet that the second I find a similar suit at a reasonable price, I'll be picking one up and beginning my life of espionage.

- James


daniel craig in skyfall.

Daniel Craig is showing us what it means to be James Bond in the lastest Bond movie Skyfall. Few men can look good and kick ass while wearing a suit. drip drip.

- Taylor 



There is one thing that every gentleman should have in his closet: a blue suit/blazer. You might wonder why a blue suit, of all things, is so vital to a man's wardrobe. There are several reasons. First and foremost, they look dang good! Class, elegance, and timelessness, a look that can be word to any occasion. They can be dressed up or dressed down; they are extremely versatile. They are far and away the best choice of outfit for a job interview. Studies show the navy blue color gives a feeling of honesty, trustworthiness, loyalty, and integrity. Check out these examples. Most importantly, they are manly. Check out these examples :

Now don't just run out and grab the first navy-blue suit you see. I know you're excited, but there are a few things you need to know before you begin your search. First of all, go to a place where you can be sure the person that helps you will know what they're talking about. Nordstrom is a great resource; the employees in the men's department really know what they're talking about. Also, it's not always "who" you're wearing that's important. The most important thing to look for in purchasing a suit is the fit, and the quality. For most people, anything made from 100% wool that is super 100 or super 120 thread is going to be great and last you a long time. Don't worry, wool is going to breath better than anything else--a wool suit is not the same as a wool sweater.

You're going to need to get it tailored. This will make the suit look like it was designed for you and you alone. An ill-fitting suit can make even the most respectable person look like a complete fool. Some places, like Nordstrom, offer free tailoring with the purchase of a suit. If not, plan on spending a few extra dollars on good tailoring depending on hoe much work needs to be done. That being said, make sure you go to a tailor you can trust, or one that comes highly recommended.

Next, make sure you know how to dress in your suit. get a pair of nice shoes and a belt that matches. Cordovan (burgundy), black, or the right color brown will be your best bet depending on the look you're going for. A quality shirt with a good tie will also really enhance the suit itself (stay the 'eff' away from polyester at all times!). Make sure you have a nice timepiece to accent your suit as well. Even a pocket square can be a great option if you so choose.

Lastly, make sure you know how to properly take care of your suit. Hang it up in the suit bag after you take it off. Put shoe trees in your shoes upon removal. Put some cedar strips in your closet to deter moths and other cloth-eating bugs.Know how to clean it. If you put a suit in the washing machine I will personally come over and slap the ignorance right out of you.

Get it? Got it. Good!

- James