The Fashion Guide to Series 3 (1963–4)
She wears a pale dress in taffeta or chiffon with her gold vest. The sleeves are gathered into long, tight cuffs, the breast appears to be pleated or ribbed.
Blink and you miss it! Cathy fleetingly wears a hooded coat on the way home from the restaurant. Of pale cloth, the hood is lined with black wool or fur.
- The Golden Fleece : over the dress above
Steed goes undercover, posing as the famous chef Sebastian Housemarten. He dons full traditional chef’s attire for the deception.
She wears a dark blouse with hidden buttons and upright collar with a knee-length skirt. They are worn with a military-style thick leather belt and shoulder strap, which she also wears with an overcoat and buttoned dress in other episodes.
Gold lamé tabbard/tunic
She wears a couple of gold lamé tabbards. The first is long-sleeved with a boat neck front and mid-length vents on the sides, there is a hidden pleat in the front and back of the skirt for movement. The second is tunic-cut - sleeveless, with a crew neck and longer vents. It’s work with a matching loosely-tied belt and black turtleneck underneath.
Brown cotton blouse
She wears a brown cotton blouse with thick white stripes and a white collar; she matches it with a black knee-length skirt.
Steed arrives early and finds her still clad in just her navy underwear.
Light grey suit
He wears a cheap-looking light grey suit, single breasted with two dark buttons at the waist. There is no waistcoat, the suit appears to be made of polyester and has jetted pockets at the breast and hips. there is a single vent in the skirt. He teams it with a white shirt and patterned navy tie with tie pin at first, then switches to a pale grey knitted tie with square end, white shirt, and a small pale straw trilby.
She wears a royal blue knee-length sleeveless dress with a square neckline. It’s piped in white stitching.
Black polo shirt
He wears a black casual polo shirt with pale trousers.