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Is there such a thing as owning too many pajamas? It seems like a wise idea to always have comfortable pants and full pajama suits on hand, and these Christmasy loungers are perfect for any Doctor Who fan. The print features TARDISes, Daleks, snowflakes, and sonic screwdrivers. It has a hood and looks ideal for wearing during all day Who marathons when it’s really cold outside.

See a close-up of the TARDIS design after the break.

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Just because the world doesn’t get to see you in your underwear doesn’t mean you can’t rock some awesome geeky boxers like these Doctor Who versions.

This is especially true in the case of the Matt Smith Doctor version. It’s cosplay below the belt!

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ringbox

We know that custom ring boxes can get a little pricey, which is why we thought these Doctor Who inspired ring boxes by Wed The Geek were so fantastic.

Each of these boxes is handmade out of Baltic birch wood and painted with high quality acrylic paints. You can get a TARDIS box, a TARDIS box with an LED light that can be switched on and off, or you can give her a ring in a clever little replica of River Song’s journal.

You can even include a message with the TARDIS ring boxes. However, all three of the ring boxes are customizable in different ways and are much more affordable than versions we’ve seen in the past.

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Here’s a great gift idea for the Whovian on your list that has loose pants. It’s a TARDIS belt buckle that measures 4″ by 2.5″ and is made from hard enamel. Sadly, this will not act like a key and let you into the TARDIS should it land on your lawn one day, but at least you’ll look good while you wait.

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TARDIS prime and doctor 1

Many of my favorite costumes are worn by children, and these two get added to the list. The Minecraft Tenth Doctor and TARDIS Prime make quite the pair; I’m sure they could defeat any Dalek in the galaxy. Besides the awesome factor, the details are all there. I love that the non-exterior TARDIS parts are decorated to look like the inside of the time machine.

Photos by Charles Thurston.

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The ancient Egyptians left us hieroglyphics that show how they lived, but these hieroglyphics tell a different story. All of our modern time travel devices have found their way into the past and the Egyptians seem to be taking it all in stride, except for the poor DeLorean.

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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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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.

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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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