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James Bond Tuxedos
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James Bond seems to have a tuxedo for every occassion, whether it's playing Baccarat (or Texas Hold 'Em) at the casino or taking a stroll down the beach with a beautiful woman. This page chronicles Bond and his tuxedos over the past 50 years: the white ones, the black ones and those frilly ones that George Lazenby is fond of. For more detailed information about the tuxedos of Bond, read this post.
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|Anonymous||Lapels||0||May 16 2012, 10:37 AM EDT by Anonymous|
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Nice to see P.B. and D.C. in black dinner jackets with peaked lapels, they look much more stylish and formal than the notch. Notched lapels belong on a business suit. Lazenby looks like a musician, not a sophisticated agent.
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|Anonymous||bow tie||1||Apr 26 2010, 7:25 AM EDT by S.P.E.C.T.R.E|
|Anonymous||Bow Ties Vs. Tie||1||Dec 28 2009, 4:34 PM EST by Anonymous|
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