The Fashion Guide to Series 3 (1963–4)
Leather dress with satin cape
She wears Frederick Sterke’s amazing black leather ballgown with a green satin-lined cape. The dress is sleeveless with a high collar, loose leather belt and large leather buttons down the left leg. The cape is also leather and has a high collar also, with gold clasp, she prefers to wear it flung back over her shoulders to reveal the startling lime lining. The cape is worn with a gold lamé dress elsewhere.
Pale khaki military shirt
He wears a light cotton uniform shirt - epaulettes on the shoulders, pleated patch pockets - what the German’s neatly call a ‘pilot shirt’, with dark trousers. He keeps the sleeves firmly rolled up a long way, I assume so as to create discomfort to guard against the brainwashing to which he’s being subjected.
Leather/knit casual jacket
He wears a casual knit jacket or cardigan with leather front, it fastens with four buttons and has two small pockets on the hips.
Black skirt and blouse with sling
She wears a short black skirt with a matching blouse and, rather impressively, a black leatherette sling around her broken arm instead of the conventional white cotton.
Vicar’s shirt and dogcollar
Steed infiltrates a criminal organisation that pretends to be a religious convocation by impersonating one of the impersonators - here he’s wearing the black shirt-front and white dogcollar with his dark suit; he also wears them with his midtone suit.
She wears an elegantly tailored leather coat with supple belt. The collar is high and tight, with wide square lapels, the coat pulled tight in to the waist despite the double-breasting, and flares at the hips.
He wears a pale mackintosh with dark leather gloves and a dark trilby when he visits a cemetery in the rain.
- The Grandeur That Was Rome : cream fisherman’s jumper
- Death Of A Batman : white shirt, grey knitted tie
- Second Sight : cream rollneck, beige trousers
- Dressed To Kill : cream rollneck, beige trousers
- The Outside-In Man : white shirt with French cuffs, dark tie, black trousers
- The Charmers : white shirt with French cuffs, Eton tie, black trousers
Black leather mackintosh
She wears a heavy black leather mackintosh with wide buckled belt and epaulettes. Classically cut, it has deep notch lapels and descends to the knee, the wide belt is long, with the end hanging free of the large buckle.
She wears a woolen blazer-cut suit with large buttons and small flap pockets.
She wears a grey linen top with dark slacks and possibly a white silk blouse. The sleeves of the top are made 3/4 length by the large turned-back flared cuffs; the top zips up the back to the high crew neck.