5 Times James Bond Gave Us Linen Shirt Inspo

With the hotly anticipated release of the new James Bond film, No Time To Die, happening at the end of this month, we felt there was no better opportunity to look back at some of our favourite 007 casual shirt looks.
1. Sean Connery as James Bond in Thunderball, 1965
We’re speaking for ourselves here, but Sean Connery has got to be one of the most stylish of all the James Bonds. Thunderball, released in 1965, is no exception to that statement with Bond seen wearing a very chic blue striped shirt in the Bahamas.
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Look as cool as Bond, in the Dundas Linen Stripe, be it in the Bahamas or not!
2. Pierce Brosnan as James Bond in Tomorrow Never Dies, 1997
There is an epic motorcycle chase scene through the streets of Ho Chi Min city in Tomorrow Never Dies. What better shirt for Bond to wear in the hot, sticky climate of Vietnam, than a blue linen shirt?
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The shirt in this scene looks remarkably like a Dundas Tuscan and we like that, a lot.
3. Timothy Dalton as James Bond in Licence to Kill, 1989
Whilst this was Dalton’s second, and last, film as Bond, it was still a classic. As always, there was plenty of opportunity for Bond to wear a good shirt and in one particular scene, he is brought to Ernest Hemmingway House in Florida, sporting a more informal, linen shirt and open jacket look.
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Replicate Bond’s more casual vibe with the Dundas White.
4. Sean Connery as James Bond in Thunderball, 1965
Back to Thunderball! Ok - it’s another short-sleeved number but Bond looks typically suave in another Thunderball scene set in the Bahamas.
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We think Bond would have also looked great had he been wearing the Dundas Coral, which is bold, vibrant and sure to turn heads - just like 007 (and Connery for that matter).
5. Daniel Craig as James Bond in Casino Royale, 2006
Arguably one of the best Bond films of all time, Bond is back in the Bahamas in Casino Royale, this time playing Poker at the One&Only Ocean Club. Another smart casual look, but in typical Bond fashion, he still looks seriously slick.
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You may not be 007 or Daniel Craig, but who’s to say you can’t pretend to be in the Dundas Black.

We’re really looking forward to seeing what’s in James Bond’s wardrobe in No Time to Die!