Looks like a certain Time Lord parked his TARDIS in the middle of a forest light show with a sparkling city in the background. This pretty underbust dress from Etsy shop Fan Plus Friend is perfect for a convention or grabbing a cocktail after hours.

The skirt is made from a fully lined imported thick moss crepe, decorative double-breasted front, shoulder belts with adjustable buckles, and a matching detachable waist belt. The back of the dress also laces up like a corset for a sweet vintage appeal.

This is probably one of my favorite TARDIS dresses I’ve seen. Check out more pictures below.

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ren fest cosplay top

Fashionably Geek reader Leia B. recently spotted the TARDIS and Link at the Maryland Renaissance Faire. You never know who you might run into at a Ren Fest.

Take a closer look after the break…

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TARDIS In Autumn

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Autumn is almost here, and this Doctor Who-inspired design seems appropriate for the season. Apparently, even the Doctor is a leafer.

The TARDIS design is available on everything from t-shirts and bags, to leggings to iPhone cases.

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tardis barrowman

John Barrowman showed up at his DragonCon panel as a sexier TARDIS than The Doctor’s Wife.

Not only did he pair his TARDIS dress with a lovely pair of red heels, but he made sure to come out and give a twirl and a leg kick. It was spectacular.

See video and more pictures after the break.

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tardis jewelry box

Wow. Redditor ashe7 does some damn fine work with a CNC machine. This aluminum TARDIS jewelry box separates into three sections—two of which are lined with adhesive felt to hold jewelry.

Unfortunately, it’s a one-off piece—but you know it would kill on Etsy. Then again, it would probably be cheaper as an official product. Take note BBC.

See how it came together after the break…

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Odds are that The TARDIS would plant the Doctor on Omaha Beach on the morning of June 6th, 1944 when he was just looking for a little r&r.

Think Geek is currently offering two TARDIS-themed board short designs: the TARDIS Repeat Print Board Short pictured above, and the TARDIS Door Board Short pictured after the break.

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In a perfect world, this Doctor Who TARDIS Crossbody Bag would be bigger on the inside. Or it would actually be a TARDIS scaled down for easier carrying.

Still, it’s super cute and the addition of the interior is a nice touch.

Take a closer look after the break.

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Keep the sun at bay with these Doctor Who-themed floppy hats by Geeky U. You can choose from the TARDIS with a lovely bow tie accent at the back or an uncharacteristically cheerful Dalek version. Both are handmade and one size fits most.

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Knitting isn’t just for grannies—many geeks I know enjoy this relaxing pastime. Whether your knitting a fourth Doctor scarf or an Ood mask, crafty Whovians are going need this timey wimey TARDIS needle gauge.

It will measure knitting needles from size 0 to 17  and has a 2 inch ruler along the bottom to help with stitch gauge. At the time of writing Etsy shop Tangerine8 is taking a short break, but you can sign up for updates and order it soon.


This Doctor Who cane is the perfect thing for Whovians who need a little help getting around. It’s made of aluminum and collapses for easy transport. It can support up to 250 lbs of weight and features a TARDIS design with Gallifreyan symbols that encircle the whole cane. I just may get one of these now and be ready for when I’m older.

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