doctor who

Skirt - wonder woman

Etsy is a delightful place because you never know what sort of gems you’ll find there. One place to look for treasure is Seams Nostalgic. The shop specializes in vintage glamour, and they’ve managed to blend that with superheros and sci-fi.

Owned by Abi Casey, the shop has a whole line of classy circle skirts featuring heroes like Wonder Woman, Black Widow, Captain America, and more. Some of the designs are obvious, but others are subtle and can be worn to the office. These would be ideal for a ’50s superhero cosplay group. Just saying. Keep in mind the skirts are made to order and are ready to ship in 4-6 weeks.

More fabulous skirts after the break.

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tardis flats

Is there such a thing as too much glitter? Catherine of Aisha Voya Creations was worried that these Exploding TARDIS ballet flats might have a bit too much glitter, but I’m going to go on the record as saying there’s no such thing.

Hand painted and hand glittered, these pretties are made to order as are many of her designs, all of which are very cool and awesomely geeky.

Head after the break to see more of these Exploding TARDIS flats, Dalek flats and Weeping Angel flats.

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Doctor-Who-Rockwell-T-Shirt

This shirt features a bit of classic Americana mashed up with a bit of classic science fiction. It has the Eleventh Doctor seeing the reflection of the Tenth Doctor while he paints the Ninth Doctor. Nods to the other Doctors are there as well, if you take careful note of the accessories.

Product Page ($25.31 via GeekAlerts)

Tiny Time Machine tee header

The TARDIS is much bigger on the inside, and it’s easy to imagine the interior is stuffed with endless rooms. I think it probably looks a little like this Tiny Time Machine t-shirt by Oakenspirit and Spiritgreen (they previously came up with this Tiny Dark Tower tee).

The different levels of the pixelated and adorable TARDIS feature locations like Club Regen-R8 and Skarobucks. Every Doctor is present and so are some companions and villains. The Dalek barista is my favorite.

See some close-ups of the design after the break.

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Nothing is quite as nice as lounging about in your pajamas on a Sunday morning. Okay, that’s not true. It’s even better if you can manage to lounge around in your pajamas on a weekday because you’ve called in “sick.” Either way, these Doctor Who themed pants will do.

There are four different styles so you can wear the Fourth Doctor’s scarf, Weeping Angels, the TARDIS, or an allover TARDIS print. Each is 100% cotton that makes it perfect for doing absolutely nothing all day (except watch Doctor Who of course).

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Doctor Who regeneration tee

Did you know you could spell the word “regenerations” by pulling letters from the names of all the actors who have played the Doctor? I had no idea until I saw this shirt. Whoever designed it deserves a ride in the TARDIS.

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karen hallion

Inspired by the art of Karen Hallion. Send your cosplay pics to tips@fashionablygeek.com.

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tardis light up headband

Dressing like the TARDIS from Doctor Who can be as simple as wearing a bright blue dress and putting on this snazzy light-up headband. The accessory features the familiar light from the spaceship, and it’s the perfect companion for any Whovian’s outfit. You only need to add the sound effects.

We’ve featured a similar headband in the past, but this version lights up with the flick of a switch!

See how it looks on the head after the break.

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These simply beautiful hand-painted Doctor Who shoes are the work of Etsy seller arteclair. They feature a design inspired by the current season’s opening titles with clocks, spinning gears, and of course, the TARDIS. Although this pair has sold, you can contact the seller about getting a Doctor Who design custom made just for you.

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tortoise tardis

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