It’s the turn of Mr Bow-tie himself, and one of my favourite looks for any incarnation of The Doctor.

11s style in Series 5 appears to draw inspiration from earlier incarnations of The Doctor, rifing especially of the Space-Hobo look ofDoctor number 2, fondness for bow-ties and all.

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But, where Doctor number 2 was full on hobo, 11 has a more tailored, put together style, with the earth tones of his tweed jacket and dark trousers complimenting the hit of burgundy in his shirt, braces and of course bow-tie.

11’s look is easily adaptable for both sexes…or all of them, so I’m also going to be putting together this look for women.

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The Jacket.

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The tweed jacket was hard to match, but here’s a selection I pulled together from the high street and online.

shoppingVintage Dark Brown Herringbone Tweed Jacket-Studiosuits 96.52

shoppingChester Barrie Herringbone Tweed Soho Jacket-House of Fraser 145.00

The Shirt.

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Ditch the tie, but keep the shirt.

shoppingMen’s Tailor & Cutter Slim Fit Shirt and Tie Set-George at ASDA 10.00

Full on stripe.

shoppingBanker Shirt-GANT 54.00

Just for fun.

shoppingDoctor Who: Costume T-Shirts-ForbiddenPlanet 15.99

The Trousers.

Even The Doctor fell for the coloured chino trend in the 2010’s

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indexA&F Men’s Slim Straight Chinos in Dark Grey-Abercrombie and Fitch 38.50

shoppingPortland Chinos-Fat Face 45.00

For Her.

indexCotton Twill Chinos-La Redoute 39.00

 

The Braces and The Bow-Tie.

 

shopping.jpegRed Burgundy Plain Braces-Topman 10.00

indexWool Pre-tied Bow Tie-25.00

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