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Peter Capaldi is rocking as the Twelfth Doctor, but it’s okay if the Eleventh Doctor is still near and dear to your heart. You can keep a piece of Matt Smith’s time on Doctor Who with you by wearing this Eleventh Doctor cosplay capelet from Darling Army. It’s made from woolblend suiting fabric and has a burgundy tie. The capelet is ready to ship, and one size fits most.
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Microsoft employee Christopher Wilcox married wife Anna Piechowski at a ceremony in Redmond, Washington that was a Whovian’s dream. It wasn’t just a matter of adding a few Doctor Who touches, but of making sure every last thing featured a touch of Time Lord.
The bridesmaids wore dress of TARDIS blue while the ushers were other characters, including Captain Jack. The bride wore the same wedding dress as Amy Pond and the groom opted for the Tenth Doctor.
The rest of the wedding was just as well-themed with TARDIS glassware, the Seal of Rassilon sealing the invitations and adorning the table number cards, and the tables themselves numbered and labeled to the corresponding Doctor. And to top it all off, the bride’s father made a full-size TARDIS.
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Doctor Who is back on television, and we’re in the mood for time travel. Nothing could be more perfect for that than this TARDIS dress by Etsy seller Smarmy Clothes. The strapless dress is made from printed TARDIS fabric exclusive to the Etsy store – there’s even a reflection of Big Ben in the TARDIS window panes.
The flared skirt dress is made to order, and the seamstress is happy to add spaghetti or halter-style straps if you’d prefer a little more support. Current turnaround time is 4-5 weeks.
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Her Universe seems determined to get you right in the feels with this new Doctor Who tank top. It’s called Goodbye Raggedy Man and I now have to go find a tissue ’cause there’s something in my eye.
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The Ninth Doctor wasn’t around for long, but he’s still got a place in our hearts. This dress is a subtle tribute to him that only the most die-hard Whovians will recognize. It’s a 95/5 cotton/spandex blend that will make you look like a Time Lord.
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Now you can wear one Doctor by day and all of them by night with this new Doctor Who exclusive glow-in-the-dark tee from ThinkGeek that shows Peter Capaldi with the caption “You Don’t Know Me” in the light and changes to the phrase “But you will” and shows all the previous doctors in the dark.
This white unisex tee comes in small through 2XL.
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The 12th Doctor is just days away from taking the stage, and now you can look just like him with this costume t-shirt. It’s time to move on from the fez and embrace the new Doctor and his black coat with snazzy red lining. Preorder now for shipping on August 23rd.
Doctor Who has brought a lot of iconic images into our lives, but few have been reproduced more than this painting from the episode “Vincent And The Doctor”.
Just when you thought you saw it all, Van Gogh’s Exploding TARDIS painting takes a new form in this adorable A-line Dress from Her Universe.
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The Doctor has worn many hats over the last 50 years of Doctor Who. Cowboy hats, fezzes, fedoras – the Doctor’s tried on plenty of them and they’ve mostly been cool. Though I will always remember the Eleventh Doctor’s fez the most, this infographic from Hats.com reminded me of ones I’d forgotten about and also points out which Doctors never wore hats.
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