Daniel Craig’s Blue Suit from Spectre – Look for Less Andrew Snavely Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine. Fall StyleLook for LessMoviesProfessional StyleSpring StyleSuitsWinter Style Previous articleIt’s Friday … Have a Drink: Cuba Libre Next articleIt’s How You Play The Game: Why Every Man Needs To Learn Failure Will Any particular(ly inexpensive) belt you’d append? http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Sure! Here’s one from Dockers for $17 http://www.amazon.com/Dockers-Mens-Feather-Edge-Black/dp/B00OCTRQB6/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1446919793&sr=8-7 John Get some slim (1-1.25″) black leather suspenders with button tabs and lose the belt. Once I converted, I had all my suits and dress trousers converted. The comfort is unbeatable. http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B011KDXUPW/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?qid=1447099391&sr=8-3&pi=SY200_QL40&keywords=leather+suspenders+for+men&dpPl=1&dpID=41%2BCGZW9m6L&ref=plSrch Will Not a bad recommendation. The suspenders I have now clamp-on Dickey’s, and while I love them, they’ve done some damage and really aren’t the most comfortable things to be in all day. And they’re the last things I’d apply to any kind of halfway-decent suit. I’ll have to look into this route…once it becomes a touch more affordable for me. 🙂 Thanks! John Sure thing! I even have a pair of western style leather galluses with spring clips for my jeans. If you’ve got a beard and are athletic, it lends that urban lumberjack aesthetic or if you’ve got tats a punkish vibe. Cheers! Danny The hacked pockets, super slim lapels (they look to be about 2″) and overall construction of the Combatantgent suit pale in comparison to the Tom Ford stunner that bond wears. I would recommend saving up for a Suitsupply Napoli ($399) or Bonobos Jetsetter ($525 but goes on sale) to feel as luxurious as 007. http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Definitely great suit recs, but each of those cost more than this entire outfit! Those prices are a bit outside my intention with this piece. Asaad Malik What an amazing blog. I have re posted this post of yours own my blog. I hope you wont mind. If you want me to delete it so I will but If you like then tell me and I will send you the link so that you can see it CJ The only problem with recommending anything by Combatgent is that they are perpetually out of stock on anything, especially their suiting. Jimmy_Johansen And their suits seem to be of surprisingly low quality. the fit is pretty terrible on the models that they have on the site. I haven’t tried them on but I worry about the quality of a garment when it’s not even modeled well on the website or in the catalog. http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew I haven’t noticed any fit issues on the models. My CG suit is decent for the price. It will always be a $150 suit, but the details and modern fit are nice. Allen Are the Combatant Gentlemen suits true to size? How much tailoring do they require? tim r See my post above. tim r I’d actually have to say I’m very happy with my Combat Gent suit I purchased. Isn’t as light or airy as some of the Hugo Boss suits I own but I bought it for wedding season so that way I don’t have to destroy one of my nice suits at a wedding. I’m a broader shouldered, athletic guy. The Modern fit draped me excellently without a ton of alterations (pant cuff and seat, tapered the leg, sleeves shortened) and wears way better than an off the rack suit. Butch_Zee Andrew, wouldn’t that Van Heusen collar be a bit too spread for that suit’s lapels? I realize I could be quite wrong on that. http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew I don’t think I know of a rule that relates to spread and lapel. Which were you thinking? Butch_Zee I’ve gone by the rule: thicker lapels, wider spread; thinner lapels, point spread. I may have no idea what I’m talking about, but as I type this, I’m presently sober. http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew Haha! Sounds good to me! Daniel Lyons It seems that the costume designer and TF and finally learned from their mistakes, being someone who is not a big fan of Craig’s Bond suit I really like few formal pieces that he wears in Spectre particularly James Bond Spectre brown suit and this navy sharkskin suit. But I felt the same problem with the Windowpane one he wore during opening Mexico chase, extremely and the jacket was even shot to cover his butt stock! By the way nice job done Andrew!