The Fashion Guide to Series 3 (1963–4)
He wears a black overcoat with thick wooly wide shawl collar. Always worn with a dark suit, white shirt, dark patterned tie and black bowler hat and umbrella.
She wears a female prisoner’s uniform with black shoes after apparently being arrested for murder.
Cathy wears… nothing at all! … as she slips quickly into the shower. Before that, she’s wrapped in a white towel as she has a massage.
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She wears a tight black business suit, the top has a crew neck and two flap pockets on the breast, the skirt ends just above the knee.
Steed poses as a Icelandic art dealer by wearing a long fur overcoat and matching hat over his chalk striped suit.
Leather and wool jacket
She wears a leather jackets with a ribbed or knitted woolen shawl collar.
Cream cardigan and flat cap
He wears a cream knitted cardigan with dark leather buttons, patterned neckscarf, a checked flat cap and beige trousers.
Mississipi gambler costume
He wears the costume of a Mississipi gambler when invited to a New Year’s Eve fancy dress party. The outfit has a cowboy hat, shoestring tie, ruffled shirt, leather coat, chinos and embroidered waistcoat.
She wears a monk’s cloak and cowl costume to sneak onto a train for a fancy dress party, the cowl over her head to disguise her identity.
She wears the costume of a highwaywoman, complete with mask and hat, stolen from a drugged guest at a fancy dress party in order to impersonate her.
Tailor’s measuring suit
He wears a tailor’s chalk-marked and pinned jacket while he’s being measured for a suit.
He wears a hunting jacket with a diagonal belt over the right shoulder, chunky-knit crew neck jumper, dark heavy cotton casual shirt, and a fur-lined leather hat.