As all of our ESM readers already know, we’re massive James Bond/007 fans and have been hanging on every updated piece of news from the Spectre set.

The most recent news from the DailyMail.com showing pictures of our favorite spy driving the Aston Martin DB10 wearing a sick Tom Ford ensemble is one of our favorites.

So, in true ESM fashion, we decided to try to put together a much more affordable outfit from Suitsupply.

Check it out below:

Soho Navy Stripe ($599)

Not quite the exact suit James Bond wears, but we think it will do.  Image from http://us.suitsupply.com.

Not quite the exact suit James Bond wears, but we think it will do. Image from http://us.suitsupply.com.

Unfortunately, we couldn’t get the exact three-piece single breasted peak lapel number with a double-breasted overcoat we saw in the pictures from the Spectre filming in Rome, so instead we went with an “as-dark-as-possible” double breasted suit from Suitsupply.

We think it will do the job, especially if you wear it… er… on the job.

Dark Grey Tie ($45)

This'll do.  Image from http://us.suitsupply.com/.

This’ll do. Image from http://us.suitsupply.com/.

Again, not the exact black color sported by James Bond in the photos, but it should do the job in a pinch.

And trust us, you’ll still look pretty damn good.

Black Monk Strap ($249)

We are big fans of these black monkstraps from Suitsupply.  Image from http://us.suitsupply.com/.

We are big fans of these black monkstraps from Suitsupply. Image from http://us.suitsupply.com/.

This selection is pretty close to the kicks 007 is sporting in the Rome photos from the set of Spectre.

In the photos it looks like a black monk strap boot which are presumably from Tom Ford – we think the Black Monk Strap from Suitsupply are a pretty good alternative at a fraction of the cost.

Brown Sunglasses ($129)

Although it's not the same color, it's half the price as the Snowdons and still look good.  Image from http://us.suitsupply.com/.

Although it’s not the same color, it’s half the price as the Snowdons and still look good. Image from http://us.suitsupply.com/.

Unfortunately, Suitsupply didn’t have a ton of options when it came to black sunglasses similar to the Tom Ford Snowdon’s worn by Mr. Bond.

These were the closest we could find, but if you’ve got $400, you can cop your own pair of Snowdons here.

For more information on the entire line of men’s clothing from Suitsupply, you can check out their official website at http://us.suitsupply.com/en_US/home.

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