TARDIS Union Jack Skirt
Skirting the issue
- Circle skirt with TARDISes and Union Jacks
- A sneaky way to work Doctor Who into your less casual attire
- From our friends at Her Universe
It didn't help that most of the series was made in the autumn and winter months, which could make it purgatory for me, because they would insist on dressing me in mini-skirts and not a lot else. I used to point out that these sorts of clothes would hardly have been Liz Shaw, Cambridge scientist's kind of wardrobe, but I think they were a bit too scared there would be trouble if the traditional 'Doctor Who' glamour girl was dispensed with.
- Caroline John on playing Liz Shaw (companion of the Third Doctor)
Mind you, concerning the mini-skirt I wore in that story, there’s a scene where you can see my knickers! Most improper for children's viewing time, don't you think?
- Katy Manning on playing Jo Grant (also a companion of the Third Doctor)
Amy Pond's hemlines might have raised a few eyebrows, but that's space Doctor Who has navigated before. Fortunately, since you're not yet one of the Doctor's companions yet, you don't have to answer to the wardrobe department or the viewers on your decision re: whether to skirt or not. And we think with this adorable skirt in your wardrobe, it'd be hard not to don one, whether your style is to wear one everyday or just occasionally.
TARDISes and Union Jacks go 360° around this 100% polyester circle skirt. Waist is elasticized. From our friends at Her Universe.
Please reference the table below to choose your size. These are the measurements of the body type that will fit each size, not the actual garment. The model is wearing a size medium.
|Waist||27 in.||29 in.||31 in.||32 in.||33 in.||35 in.|
|Hips||36 in.||38 in.||40 in.||41 in.||42 in.||44 in.|
|Length||18½ in.||19 in.||19½ in.||20 in.||20½ in.||21 in.|