Tom Baker, The Forth Doctor

Tom Baker played the Doctor for 7 years. That’s longer than high school! For this reason it was hard to make a decent representation of his costume, because there are so many variants to it. So this is more of an inspired by Tom Baker’s Doctor. And before you ask, you’ll have to make the scarf yourself because I’ve looked and I can’t find one, unless it’s on etsy… where there are plenty.



Reinette Poisson

I have just finished viewing “The Girl in the Fireplace” and although she isn’t a series long companion, I feel that Reinette Poisson, or Madame de Pompadour, deserves to be honoured in my collection of Doctor Who outfits.


The second doctor

The thing I love about Two is that he was more clownish and less serious that One. He played the recorder and wore stovepipe hats when he could. And he had these awesome pops of colour, like his red bow tie and vibrant pocket scarf.


The second doctor

The Ninth Doctor

So here’s Nine. He’s the easiest of all the Doctors to do because he tones it down. He’s like rocker Doctor.

I went with a high waisted pant and a wedge ankle boot to fancy it up. A girl can’t rock a masculine look without something fancy.



The Ninth Doctor

Hobbs slimming top
£29 –

A L C genuine leather jacket
$413 –

Yves Saint Laurent cashmere pants
$1,590 –

ASOS wedge boots
£65 –

The First Doctor

I’ve been going through a Doctor Who? phase so I thought I’d put together some outfits for us ladies on the polyvore that were inspired by the 11 incarnations of the Doctor. Who knows I might throw a companion in too. Enjoy!


The First Doctor

Chloé silk blouse
$810 –

Dorothy Perkins tuxedo blazer
$69 –

Isabella Oliver herringbone vest
$105 –

FAIR+true checkered pants
£85 –

Zara flat boots
$50 –

Paula Bianco bow necklace
£188 –

Just Female Acces silver flower ring
€18 –