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Bill Potts

A companion of the 12th Doctor on the BBC TV series Doctor Who, Bill Potts (Pearl Mackie) begins as a student of the Doctor before learning his time-traveling secret. After she agrees to travel with him and his other companion Nardole, she sets out on a series of adventures. Fans love her as a smart, lovable, down-to-earth, sassy woman and the first lesbian portrayed on the show.

Nardole

The endearing, cowardly Nardole (Matt Lucas) was a brief companion of the 12th Doctor on the BBC TV series Doctor Who. Originally an employee of the Doctor’s wife, River Song, Nardole lost his head in an attempt to discover River’s whereabouts but was reassembled by the Doctor. The two joined forces for a short while, and then Nardole made a courageous decision that lead him down a different path. Nardole dresses in a distinctive, goofy outfit of burnt orange coat, beanie and glasses.

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Ashildr

Originally a Viking child encountered by the 12th Doctor on the BBC series Doctor Who, Ashildr (Maisie Williams) became immortal after the Doctor resurrected her from death. She took advantage of her immortality, traveling the world and assuming many aliases – so many that she eventually took the simple name “Me”. She lives to the end of time and then, due to the wonderfully pliable time laws of Doctor Who, encounters the Doctor once again. This is for her outfit in the episode ‘Face the Raven’, when she is mayor of a London town inhabited by aliens. For the tattoos, use body paint or a handy eyeliner pencil.

River Song

The wife of the Doctor and daughter of Amy Pond and Rory Williams, River Song (Alex Kingston) has an illustrious parentage on the BBC series Doctor Who. She first appears as the wife of the 11th Doctor, but because of her warped time line and supernatural abilities due to TARDIS DNA within her she makes multiple appearances across seasons. Professionally she is a Professor of Archaeology, but most of the time she is either seeking out the Doctor or being forced to harm him by his enemies. To capture her image, go for a long tunic with black leggings, wild hair and an infectiously cheerful personality.

Clara Oswald

Clara Oswald (Jenna Coleman) acts as the companion to the 11th and 12th Doctors on the smash BBC TV series Doctor Who. She is a beautiful, mysterious character with multiple incarnations, including a Dalek. After she joins up with the 12th Doctor she decides to become a school teacher and proceeds to fall in love. Unfortunately, she begins to become increasingly reckless, which leads to unexpected outcomes. This guide covers her fan-favorite red outfit with high tops and a funky utility belt.

The 13th Doctor

The titular character on the BBC hit TV series Doctor Who is the last of the Time Lords, a race capable of time travel and regeneration. The Doctor has regenerated its body 13 times, and for the first time it its history it regenerates as a woman (Jodie Whittaker) for its 13th life. She travels the space-time continuum with her companions Graham, Yasmin and Ryan. This guide covers the 13th Doctor’s first iconic – and eccentric – look of suspenders, cropped pants, rainbow shirt and coat.

The 12th Doctor – Series 10

Peter Capaldi is the 12th incarnation of Doctor Who, accompanied by companion Bill. In the 10th series of Doctor Who, his costume has changed from a navy coat with red lining to a black coat with blue lining.

The 4th Doctor

The Fourth Doctor (Tom Baker) is the most tenured and iconic Doctor Who, lasting seven seasons before his transformation. He’s instantly recognizable by his curly brown hair, eyes that constantly boggle, and of course his impractically long multi-colored scarf.

The 12th Doctor

Peter Capaldi is the 12th incarnation of Doctor Who, accompanied by companion Clara Oswald. His silver hair and blue suit are a nice change from the head-to-toe browns of the previous doctors. If this $1400 coat is too hard on your wallet, try the items below!

The 11th Doctor

Change is good. The 11th Doctor knows this. That’s why he wears a bowtie now. Bowties are cool. And sure, his regeneration was a little rocky and maybe the TARDIS needed a new desktop theme anyway, but he’s got everything under control. Really. You can stop laughing at any time.