The Fashion Guide to Series 3 (1963–4)
Leather trousers and boots
She wears a pair of leather trousers, probably from one of her flying suits, with a variety of tops.
She wears a well-cut semi-formal woolen coat over a navy dress, then over a black rollneck and dark skirt.
He wears a dark dressinggown - probably navy- with white crosses.
She wears a collared blouse, maybe in silk, with side multicoloured vertical stripes, with a black knee-length skirt.
Brown checked blazer
He wears a brown and black checked blazer with a taupe jumper and mustard knitted tie and matching handkerchief, pale blue shirt and beige trousers. He accessorises with a brown Herbert Johnson & Sons bowler hat and a black wanghee handled umbrella. In some publicity stills, the jumper is replaced by a mustard cardigan with brown buttons and the tie is metallic copper.
He wears a thick cardigan with raglan sleeves, patch pockets and wide plaquet, with three hard buttons. He has two of these in different shades.
- The Grandeur That Was Rome : pale cardigan, black buttons, white shirt, dark paisley tie
- Second Sight : dark cardigan with metal buttons, grey paisley tie, white shirt
- The White Elephant : dark cardigan with metal buttons, white shirt, dark tie
- Dressed To Kill : dark cardigan with metal buttons, pale shirt, open-necked
Black leather culottes
She wears loose-fitting knee-length black leather shorts or culottes with a black rollneck, black tights and calf-length leather boots.
Leather tunic dress
She wears Frederick Sterke’s leather tunic with a black rollneck and long leather boots. The tunic has a scooped boat neck and is long, cut below the knee but cut like a tabbard, slit to the top of the thigh; Cathy wears leather shorts underneath. The tunic zips up the back and is tailored to fit; the look is completed by a wide leather belt, tied loosely around the waist.