James Bond Spectre Ivory Dinner Tuxedo


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  • Material: Wool Blend
  • Inner: Viscose Lining
  • Closure: Front Buttoned Closure
  • Collar: Wide Peak Lapel Collar
  • Cuffs: Five Functional Buttoned Cuffs
  • Color: White
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Daniel Craig James Bond White Spectre Ivory Dinner Tuxedo

The indicated James Bond Ivory Dinner Tuxedo is a facsimile of the tuxedo that Bond wore in Spectre. In the movie, after receiving a message from previous M, Bond goes on a mission in Mexico, where he stops a bombing plot and kills Marco Sciarra. Further, from Marcus’ wife, Bond then discovers a secret organization. He then also infiltrates a meeting from the organization. When Bond visits Mr. White, he asks Bond to rescue his daughter named Madeleine Swann, who leads Bond to evidence of Oberhauser’s base. While traveling to the base, Bond again has an encounter with Mr. Hinx. Later, Bond then also learns the truth about Oberhauser. When Oberhauser leaves Bond at the previous MI6 building to die, he finds Madeleine and escapes. In the end, Bond shoots Blofeld and leaves him to be arrested. Daniel Craig portrayed the character of Bond.

The presented James Bond Spectre Ivory Dinner Tuxedo is an augmentation of the top-notch quality wool blend. Furthermore, an inner stitched viscose lining is also provided to keep you comfortable and relaxed. In addition to that, the specifications of this tuxedo involve a peak lapel collar, buttoned cuffs, and a front button conclusion.

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  1. 02

    by Carolina Renwik

    This James Bond White Suit is really a heartbreaker. I bought it for my fiancee and he wore this at our wedding. It looks and suits him really well.

  2. 02

    by Virgil Hawks

    This one is really worth my money. I was looking for a perfect James Bond Coat and found myself here. Very much thanks for this.