Epic Lifestyle: How to Become James Bond in 3 (Not So Easy) Steps
Step Two: Shopping Spree
Once you have the personality down, things start to get really fun. It’s time to shop. Bond’s outfit is typically stunning but subtle. It looks sharp enough to draw attention, but never distracts from the man wearing it. You have a few different styles to go with to suit almost any occasion (clothing pun).
Casual: This will be the outfit you sport in everyday situations, whether out around town, at the beach, on vacation, or simply at home. Remember: 007 is never a slob. Your casual outfit should be comfortable and impeccably tailored. A solid pair of chinos or khaki slacks are always a safe bet. Combine the chinos with a light button-up and boat shoes, and you’re set.
Formal: This is the quintessential Bond outfit we all know and love. The elegance of a 007 tuxedo lies in its simplicity and striking fit. A classic black tux from Hackett London or Brooks Brothers will do the trick just fine, but if you really want to spruce it up, emulate this classic white jacket from the newest Spectre poster.
Accessories: Honestly, Bond has it a bit easy. He gets all his accessories straight from Q Branch and never never has to pay a dime. However, most of us aren’t that lucky and will have to fork over a pretty penny in order to accessorize properly. The very basics will require a gorgeous watch, either Rolex or Bulova, a Prada belt, and a subtle ring.
Car: This is what you’ve been waiting for, right? Over the years, Bond has used and subsequently destroyed a large number of sexy vehicles. We would encourage you to be more wise in your driving tactics. Typically, 007 is a fan of Aston Martin vehicles, and they have become synonymous with his name. However, Bond has also gone through spells of driving BMW, Audi, Bentley, and Alfa Romeo. Any of these vehicles should suit you perfectly.