If you’ve ever lived a life full of adventure, intrigue, and exotic locales, you might be James Bond. However, the secret agent life can be quite dangerous, and is not for everyone. Besides, not everyone can be James Bond. If you want to be like Bond (and feel the danger that goes along with the secret agent territory), try the 007 style on for size. Bond is always dapper, dashing, and charming—and you can be, too. To celebrate the latest Bond outing, Spectre, let’s look back over the various classic and rugged styles Bond wore over the years, from Sean Connery to Daniel Craig. This is how to dress like James Bond, 007-style.

Sean Connery  

Sean Connery

The original Bond who set the template for all the calm, cool, and collected style a super secret agent ought to have, Sean Connery’s Bond was a man of classic, bespoke style. From tailored formalwear to a comfortable tweed jacket, Connery made Bond into the man a million boys wanted to be like. If it took more than his charm to get into the hearts and beds of so many ladies, it was obviously his impeccable style. Try a stylish pair of cufflinks, which, unfortunately for spies, don’t shoot lasers, but do convert into a wi-fi 2GB USB. Q would be proud.

 
George Lazenby  

George Lazenby

Of course, if you’re going to be On-Her-Majesty’s-Secret-Service, you’d better look dapper. George Lazenby portrayed Bond only once and with a bit of whimsy, which reflected the classic late-60s era style felt over from Connery’s jet-setting. Contemporary designer fashions re-explore these same designs, albeit with nods to the mod style of 1960s Britain, home of 007. And if there’s one men’s fashion accessory that Bond can wear better than anyone else, it’s a bow tie.

 
Roger Moore  

Roger Moore

As the longest-running Bond, Roger Moore brought an affability and charisma to the 007 legacy. In the 1970s, styles had changed drastically from the classicism of the 60s, and Bond was a bit more groovy with his style. With an overt masculine style covering the quick wit and reflexes of a secret agent, Bond is almost always certain to get the ladies with his irreverent charm and fashionability. Moore’s 007 wasn’t afraid of color, either. Even if it was subtle, like a pocket square

 
Timothy Dalton  

Timothy Dalton

Suave and selfless, Timothy Dalton revived James Bond in the 80s, and much of men’s contemporary designer fashions harken back to the Era of Excess, which was colorful and minimalistic. Bond pushed through the Cold War and faced off against a not-as-dapper Christopher Walken. If Q were to give Bond a great gadget, he might give him a cigar case that doubles as a flame-thrower or spits acid to burn through ropes. Who’d have thought that men’s designer fashion accessories could be used by 007 to keep world from falling into the hands of madmen?

 
Pierce Brosnan  

Pierce Brosnan

Pierce Brosnan ushered in the 90s-era Bond with a bang in Goldeneye. Despite bigger action, Brosnan’s 007 maintained his ridiculously cool exterior, including quite the men’s fashion. When it comes to saving the world, James Bond prefers to look good at work. You’ll want to follow some of 007’s fashion sensibilities outside of the tuxedo. Going rugged? Be sure to pack a good bag. Whether you’re in the desert, jungle, or tundra, you’ll be prepared to survive with all your essentials, just like a secret agent.

 
Daniel Craig  

Daniel Craig

The current James Bond is the ever-so-subtle Daniel Craig, whose onscreen secret-agenting sees him crushing skulls and surviving the impossible, while looking fantastic in an Italian suit and leather boots, and perhaps accented with a men’s designer bracelet. 007 is used to exotic locales and dresses accordingly, whether he’s going to the Casino Royale or spying on a golden beach with some beautiful spy or informant. As long as Bond continues looking great on his adventures, they’ll be many more.

What is your favorite 007 style? The latest Bond adventure, Spectre, is currently in multiplexes.