Dr Who 11th Doctor Purple Coat
One word describes this Eleventh Doctor coat: Yowzah!
- Cashmere / Wool Blend
- Four Inside Pockets
- One Outside Chest Pocket
- Corduroy Collar
Purple is just the best color, isn?t it? I mean, compared to fneed, it?s only okay, but to see fneed you have to smell with your ears and have eighteen tongues. (I?m not sure what the tongues are for, but that?s what the Vinvocci say.) Where was I? Right! This purple frock coat. A beauty, isn?t she? Made from a cashmere/wool blend. Soft as a gamma bath in a Lotus Nebula spa, and that inner purple lining? Brilliant!
And it?s got pockets! I love pockets. Handy for stashing bananas, sonic screwdrivers, that sort of thing. You name it, I?ve stashed it, including one time when I had to...but I?m getting off-track again. You?re probably wondering how many pockets it has, aren?t you? Good question. It?s got more than one, and less than eighteen thousand, three hundred and fifty-two. More specifically, it has 5 pockets: four on the inside, and one on the chest. (That?s where I?d stash the banana if I were you.)
The good people at AbbyShot also wanted me to tell you that, ?This lovely purple frock coat will work perfectly for your Eleventh Doctor cosplay.? Apparently people are starting to dress up as me now? Smashing! Have I mentioned that I had to dress up as a Judoon Viceroy once? That was a bit of a sticky situation. Had to wear this big collar around my neck. Kept getting my fake horn stuck in it. Didn?t have a corduroy section on it, which was a shame.
The collar on this frock coat does though, which is brilliant. Corduroy is actually a currency on some planets, did you know that? I mean, no, it?s not, really, but you believed me for a second.
Your measurements will be much more accurate if you have a friend take the measurements for you. Please use a tailor?s tape measure (instead of a steel tape measure).
This size chart refers to the body measurements of the wearer, not the garment itself.