It’s been a little over a year since we first saw Daniel Craig in the grey Prince of Wales check suit in No Time To Die set photos. The look became an instant fan favorite—the original Tom Ford suit is the brand’s O’Connor style, which Craig has previously worn. The suit is a medium grey with a Prince of Wales check (sometimes called a “glen check”), with notched lapels and a single vent. If you’re interested and able to afford it, you can get the Tom Ford suit in limited sizes over at mrporter.com for $3,550.
If you’re looking for more budget-friendly options, I was able to find three alternatives for under $125. (That’s cheap even for budget suits.) In looking for alternatives, the hardest part is finding the right pattern—a lot of grey suits have windowpane patterns instead of the glen check. That said, here are three budget-friendly alternatives that can help you get the same No Time To Die look.
This is a great option from Kenneth Cole Reaction. The grey color is just about right; the pattern isn’t perfect but it’s pretty close. The jacket also features flap pockets, notch lapels, and four functional cuff buttons. It will easily give you the Bond look when paired with a white shirt and blue tie. Best of all, you get the whole suit for less than $100! For a suit that’s regularly priced at $395, that’s almost too good of a deal to pass up.
$109.80 for both pieces
This pair from Uniqlo seems like a respectable option—it gives you the right pattern, notch lapels, and flap pockets. The only thing I’m not sure about here is the fit. Neither of these pieces are described as “slim fit” and in the product photos they look a little loose, but it’s hard to tell. Some of the reviews mention the jacket running large, so you’ll definitely want to check your body measurements against the size chart to make sure you get the right fit.
$114.98 for both pieces
This is another great option from Mango. Like the other two options on this list, it has the check pattern, notch lapels, and flap pockets. This particular jacket is a cotton/linen construction and it is a little less structured looking than the other two. Even so, it’s a great option to give you that No Time To Die look. Heads up—there are limited sizes available, so you’ll want to act fast if you want to buy this option.
There you have it! Three budget-friendly alternatives to the grey Tom Ford O’Connor Prince of Wales suit worn by Daniel Craig in No Time To Die. What do you think of these alternatives? Let me know in the comments below!