12th Doctor Series 8 Cosplays

Capaldi originally wanted his costume to be easy for young children to cosplay, by simply doing up their top button, hence why he starts out in an outfit that casual viewers would say is remarkably simple. For the more keen-eyed cosplayers, however, there are many unique (and expensive) details that set it apart. The series mostly consisted of coloured shirts (that were only seen once with brief secondary cameos) or a jumper (which lasts through all 3 of his series).

Costume Breakdown

Deep Breath and Into the Dalek:

Coat: BBC Costume Department

This dark navy wool/cashmere blend Crombie coat features a 3-button closure on the front and 5 working buttons on each cuff, along with 2 diagonal side pockets and 2 inside chest pockets. The most identifiable part of the coat is its red, subtlety patterned lining, which runs to the edge. Finally, there is a single vent at the back. 

Cardigan: John Smedley, Cavendish

A midnight navy cardigan, made from 100% merino wool with 6 buttons and a waffle texture at the bottom.

Shirt: Budd Shirtmakers

A white shirt made from Soyella cotton, featuring French cuffs and an extended collar.

Cufflinks: Brooklinde Jewellery

Silver pointed ovals connected by a chain. 

Trousers: Paul Smith

These slim fit, dark navy trousers have reversed pleats and cuffed bottoms with diagonal side pockets and back pockets as well. 

Belt: Marks & Spencer

Black (unknown if square or rounded buckle)

Shoes: Loake

 The brogue pattern and toggle at the back sets them apart from regular black boots.

Robot of Sherwood:

Coat: BBC costume department

This dark navy wool/cashmere blend Crombie coat features a 3-button closure on the front and 5 working buttons on each cuff, along with 2 diagonal side pockets and 2 inside chest pockets. The most identifiable part of the coat is its red, subtlety patterned lining, which runs to the edge. Finally, there is a single vent at the back.

Shirt: Paul Smith, Byard

A deep purple with regular buttoned cuffs and standard collar, meaning there isn’t much that sets this apart from cheaper alternatives. The screen accurate shirt does have a flower pattern under the cuffs though but is only seen in one shot on screen.

Trousers: Paul Smith

These slim fit, dark navy trousers have reversed pleats and cuffed bottoms with diagonal side pockets and back pockets as well.

Belt: Marks & Spencer, Gunmetal

Black square buckle

Shoes: Loake

The brogue pattern and toggle at the back sets them apart from regular black boots.

Listen:

Coat: BBC costume department

This dark navy wool/cashmere blend Crombie coat features a 3-button closure on the front and 5 working buttons on each cuff, along with 2 diagonal side pockets and 2 inside chest pockets. The most identifiable part of the coat is its red, subtlety patterned lining, which runs to the edge. Finally, there is a single vent at the back.

Jumper: Paul Smith

A black merino wool jumper with a discreet repeating pattern of holes and a cut collar and cuffs, all of which have been sewn to prevent fraying.

Top: H&M

In order for the holes to be visible a white long-sleeved top is worn under the jumper. It has a low-cut neckline, so it isn’t visible with the cut collar on the jumper.

Trousers: Paul Smith

These slim fit, dark navy trousers have reversed pleats and cuffed bottoms with diagonal side pockets and back pockets as well.

Belt: Marks & Spencer

Black (unknown if square or rounded buckle)

Shoes: Loake

The brogue pattern and toggle at the back sets them apart from regular black boots.

Time Heist: Variant 1

Coat: BBC costume department

This dark navy wool/cashmere blend Crombie coat features a 3-button closure on the front and 5 working buttons on each cuff, along with 2 diagonal side pockets and 2 inside chest pockets. The most identifiable part of the coat is its red, subtlety patterned lining, which runs to the edge. Finally, there is a single vent at the back.

Shirt: Paul Smith

Similar to the purple shirt, there are no fancy details with this one just simple buttoned cuffs and normal length collar in a dark navy.

Trousers: Paul Smith

These slim fit, dark navy trousers have reversed pleats and cuffed bottoms with diagonal side pockets and back pockets as well.

Belt: Marks & Spencer, Gunmetal

Black square buckle

Shoes: Loake

The brogue pattern and toggle at the back sets them apart from regular black boots.

Time Heist: Variant 2

Hoodie: All Saints, Mode Merino

This entirely black hoodie is 100% merino wool, as are a lot of this Doctor’s clothes, and incredibly thin (basically see-through).

Shirt: Paul Smith

Similar to the purple shirt, there are no fancy details with this one just simple buttoned cuffs and normal length collar in dark navy.

Trousers: Paul Smith

These slim fit, dark navy trousers have reversed pleats and cuffed bottoms with diagonal side pockets and back pockets as well.

Belt: Marks & Spencer, Gunmetal

Black square buckle

Shoes: Loake

The brogue pattern and toggle at the back sets them apart from regular black boots.

The Caretaker: Variant 1

Coat: BBC Costume Department

This dark navy wool/cashmere blend Crombie coat features a 3-button closure on the front and 5 working buttons on each cuff, along with 2 diagonal side pockets and 2 inside chest pockets. The most identifiable part of the coat is its red, subtlety patterned lining, which runs to the edge.

Shirt: Budd Shirtmakers

A white shirt made from Soyella cotton, featuring French cuffs and an extended collar.

Cufflinks: Brooklinde Jewllery

Silver pointed ovals connected by a chain.

Trousers: Paul Smith

These slim fit, dark navy trousers have reversed pleats and cuffed bottoms with diagonal side pockets and back pockets as well.

Belt: Marks & Spencer

Black (unknown if square or rounded buckle)

Shoes: Loake

The brogue pattern and toggle at the back sets them apart from regular black boots.

The Caretaker: Variants 2, 3 and 4

The 'Listen' variant, 'Robot of Sherwood' variant and 'Time Heist' variant all made a cameo

The Caretaker: Variant 5

Coat:

A simple brown warehouse overcoat that has 4 front buttons, 2 patched side pockets and a breast pocket for some pens.

Jumper: Paul Smith

A black merino wool jumper with a discreet repeating pattern of holes and a cut collar and cuffs, all of which have been sewn to prevent fraying.

Top: H&M

In order for the holes to be visible a white long-sleeved top is worn under the jumper. It has a low-cut neckline, so it isn’t visible with the cut collar on the jumper.

Trousers: Paul Smith

These slim fit, dark navy trousers have reversed pleats and cuffed bottoms with diagonal side pockets and back pockets as well.

Belt: Marks & Spencer

Black (unknown if square or rounded buckle)

Shoes: Loake

The brogue pattern and toggle at the back sets them apart from regular black boots.

Kill the Moon:

Coat: BBC Costume Department

This dark navy wool/cashmere blend Crombie coat features a 3-button closure on the front and 5 working buttons on each cuff, along with 2 diagonal side pockets and 2 inside chest pockets. The most identifiable part of the coat is its red, subtlety patterned lining, which runs to the edge.

Shirt: Budd Shirtmakers

A black shirt with white polka dots made from Soyella cotton, featuring French cuffs and an extended collar.

Cufflinks: Brooklinde Jewllery

Silver pointed ovals connected by a chain.

Trousers: Paul Smith

These slim fit, dark navy trousers have reversed pleats and cuffed bottoms with diagonal side pockets and back pockets as well.

Belt: Marks & Spencer, Gunmetal

Black square buckle

Shoes: Loake

The brogue pattern and toggle at the back sets them apart from regular black boots.

Mummy on the Orient Express: Variant 1

Jacket:

A black 2 buttoned double-breasted dinner jacket with peaked lapels. There is a breast pocket, as a white handkerchief can be seen poking out, and 2 standard side pockets.

Waistcoat:

A very low 4 buttoned black/ charcoal waistcoat.

Shirt:

White with French cuffs. This doesn’t appear to be his standard Budd as there is no extended collar.

Tie:

Black bow tied

Cufflinks: Brooklinde Jewllery

Thin silver pieces of metal connect by a chain.

Trousers:

These slim fit, dark navy trousers have reversed pleats and cuffed bottoms with diagonal side pockets and back pockets as well. 

Belt: Marks & Spencer

Black (unknown if square or rounded buckle)

Shoes: Loake

The brogue pattern and toggle at the back sets them apart from regular black boots.

Mummy on the Orient Express: Variant 2

Coat: BBC Costume Department

This dark navy wool/cashmere blend Crombie coat features a 3-button closure on the front and 5 working buttons on each cuff, along with 2 diagonal side pockets and 2 inside chest pockets. The most identifiable part of the coat is its red, subtlety patterned lining, which runs to the edge. Finally, there is a single vent at the back. 

Waistcoat: BBC Costume Department

A darker navy wool/cashmere waistcoat was made with similar features to the coat; the same buttons on the front (5 of them this time), red lining on the back and 2 front pockets.

Shirt: Budd Shirtmakers

A white shirt made from Soyella cotton, featuring French cuffs and an extended collar.

Cufflinks: Brooklinde Jewellery

Silver pointed ovals connected by a chain. 

Trousers: Paul Smith

These slim fit, dark navy trousers have reversed pleats and cuffed bottoms with diagonal side pockets and back pockets as well. 

Belt: Marks & Spencer

Black (unknown if square or rounded buckle)

Shoes: Loake

 The brogue pattern and toggle at the back sets them apart from regular black boots.

Flatline:

Coat: BBC Costume Department

This darker navy wool/cashmere blend Crombie coat (made from the same material as the waistcoat) features a 3-button closure on the front and 5 working buttons on each cuff, along with 2 diagonal side pockets and 2 inside chest pockets. The most identifiable part of the coat is its red, subtlety patterned lining, which runs to the edge. Finally, there is a single vent at the back. 

Waistcoat: BBC Costume Department

A darker navy wool/cashmere waistcoat was made with similar features to the coat; the same buttons on the front (5 of them this time), red lining on the back and 2 front pockets.

Shirt: Budd Shirtmakers

A white shirt made from Soyella cotton, featuring French cuffs and an extended collar.

Cufflinks: Brooklinde Jewellery

Silver pointed ovals connected by a chain. 

Trousers: Paul Smith

These slim fit, dark navy trousers have reversed pleats and cuffed bottoms with diagonal side pockets and back pockets as well. 

Belt: Marks & Spencer

Black (unknown if square or rounded buckle)

Shoes: Loake

 The brogue pattern and toggle at the back sets them apart from regular black boots.

In the Forest of the Night:

Coat: BBC costume department

This dark navy wool/cashmere blend Crombie coat features a 3-button closure on the front and 5 working buttons on each cuff, along with 2 diagonal side pockets and 2 inside chest pockets. The most identifiable part of the coat is its red, subtlety patterned lining, which runs to the edge. Finally, there is a single vent at the back.

Jumper: Paul Smith

A black merino wool jumper with a discreet repeating pattern of holes and a cut collar and cuffs, all of which have been sewn to prevent fraying.

Top: H&M

In order for the holes to be visible a white long-sleeved top is worn under the jumper. It has a low-cut neckline, so it isn’t visible with the cut collar on the jumper.

Trousers: Paul Smith

These slim fit, dark navy trousers have reversed pleats and cuffed bottoms with diagonal side pockets and back pockets as well.

Belt: Marks & Spencer

Black (unknown if square or rounded buckle)

Shoes: Loake

The brogue pattern and toggle at the back sets them apart from regular black boots.

Dark Water and Death in Heaven:

Coat: BBC Costume Department

This dark navy wool/cashmere blend Crombie coat features a 3-button closure on the front and 5 working buttons on each cuff, along with 2 diagonal side pockets and 2 inside chest pockets. The most identifiable part of the coat is its red, subtlety patterned lining, which runs to the edge. Finally, there is a single vent at the back. 

Waistcoat: BBC Costume Department

A darker navy wool/cashmere waistcoat was made with similar features to the coat; the same buttons on the front (5 of them this time), red lining on the back and 2 front pockets.

Shirt: Budd Shirtmakers

A white shirt made from Soyella cotton, featuring French cuffs and an extended collar.

Cufflinks: Brooklinde Jewellery

Silver pointed ovals connected by a chain. 

Trousers: Paul Smith

These slim fit, dark navy trousers have reversed pleats and cuffed bottoms with diagonal side pockets and back pockets as well. 

Belt: Marks & Spencer

Black rounded buckle

Shoes: Loake

 The brogue pattern and toggle at the back sets them apart from regular black boots.

Death in Heaven: Variant 2

Coat: BBC costume department

This dark navy wool/cashmere blend Crombie coat features a 3-button closure on the front and 5 working buttons on each cuff, along with 2 diagonal side pockets and 2 inside chest pockets. The most identifiable part of the coat is its red, subtlety patterned lining, which runs to the edge. Finally, there is a single vent at the back.

Jumper: Paul Smith

A black merino wool jumper with a discreet repeating pattern of holes and a cut collar and cuffs, all of which have been sewn to prevent fraying.

Top: H&M

In order for the holes to be visible a white long-sleeved top is worn under the jumper. It has a low-cut neckline, so it isn’t visible with the cut collar on the jumper.

Trousers: Paul Smith

These slim fit, dark navy trousers have reversed pleats and cuffed bottoms with diagonal side pockets and back pockets as well.

Belt: Marks & Spencer

Black (unknown if square or rounded buckle)

Shoes: Loake

The brogue pattern and toggle at the back sets them apart from regular black boots.

Last Christmas:

Coat: BBC costume department

This dark navy wool/cashmere blend Crombie coat features a 3-button closure on the front and 5 working buttons on each cuff, along with 2 diagonal side pockets and 2 inside chest pockets. The most identifiable part of the coat is its red, subtlety patterned lining, which runs to the edge. Finally, there is a single vent at the back.

Hoodie: All Saints, Mode Merino

This entirely black hoodie is 100% merino wool, as are a lot of this Doctor’s clothes, and incredibly thin (basically see-through).

Jumper: Paul Smith

A black merino wool jumper with a discreet repeating pattern of holes and a cut collar and cuffs, all of which have been sewn to prevent fraying.

Top: H&M

In order for the holes to be visible a white long-sleeved top is worn under the jumper. It has a low-cut neckline, so it isn’t visible with the cut collar on the jumper.

Trousers: Paul Smith

These slim fit, dark navy trousers have reversed pleats and cuffed bottoms with diagonal side pockets and back pockets as well.

Belt: Marks & Spencer

Black (unknown if square or rounded buckle)

Shoes: Loake

The brogue pattern and toggle at the back sets them apart from regular black boots.

Written By Morgan Fox

Cosplay and Props:From the Vault ©2019

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