Life has been busy and stressful lately, so somehow I managed to forget sharing this incredible bit of good news...
...should the mail system pull through, I will soon be the proud owner of my first-ever screen-accurate piece of Doctor Who apparel!!! And it's basically my Holy Grail. 😍😁 Anyone who follows me has probably figured out Donna Noble is my favorite Whoverse heroine ever, so to own her most iconic jacket is thrilling beyond words!!!
Thank you @catherinejersey for the screen-accurate info so I knew what to search for! 💙
The first pic is a screenshot of my winnings; the rest are all reference photos from online, with the last being a photo of the Real Deal at The Doctor Who Experience, taken by @roxaspritch.
A little bit of Negan today. The screen accurate Bowie knife used by Negan in the walking dead season 7 episode 4 and on. This was a painful project, as these knives come with a bright green, soft plastic grip, which had to be black. I tried all sorts of methods, from painting it, spraying it and coating it, before simply wrapping it in a soft gripping tape. Although not totally black, I'm very happy with how this turned out.
Found this old photo on my phone and it reminded me of the time I had almost secured a pair of screen accurate GAP trousers.
The story goes... One night, back in early 2016, I was laying on the couch doing the usual eBay rounds, when by chance I came across these. My heart stopped. I quickly shot the seller a message and an offer of I believe £15. Ridiculous I know, it gets crazier. She accepted and I had officially bought the trousers, I was in shock. A few hours passed and I got a message saying she had to refund me as someone had made a counteroffer much higher than my measly £15. About a week later @doctorwhocollector had posted a picture of him wearing them. It's a real curse living in Australia as the lady wasn't willing to post here, but at the same time I couldn't be happier they went to an awesome guy and so on.
I've had these for a while now, but rarely wear them.
The screen accurate G star raw blade jeans in waxed denim from series 6 and 7 of Doctor Who.
Although I love the unique design, I find them very uncomfortable to wear and I don't really like the fact that they look like leather pants (Blah). Either way, it's a nice item from my favourite Doctor.
Finally received the screen accurate Salt Valley High Point Western shirt Rick Grimes wears in The Walking Dead. Rick can be seen wearing this shirt in various episode during season 3 and flashback scenes in season 4.
To make this shirt 100% screen accurate, I would need to darken it and remove the small S.V logo from the pocket, I won't be doing this, as it's a fantastic shirt on its own. So happy with it, if you can get one, do it!, They're so comfortable.
Featuring an alt Kenneth Cole KC3589 (Screen accurate being the KC3584) and Rick's long lost King Country Sheriff badge.
Marty's 1985 casual look is probably my favourite look from the entire three movies. The denim jackets deserves to be seen in full without the vest covering, as it hides it's unique and beautiful details.
Featuring an AWIA HS f07, and a screen accurate pair of ridiculously tight Guess acid wash jeans.
"What do you mean Doc, all the best stuff is made in Japan". Although not entirely screen accurate to the first film. The Casio CA53 was used in part 2 and 3, they're pretty cheap and make a great addition to any collection. "Unbelievable"
Something I've been wanting to share for ages now. The original screen accurate wool used to make the 11th Doctor's trousers in The Snowmen. The trousers were also worn in Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS and in The Time of the Doctor.
A very rare look at an original Art in Revolution pin I scored off eBay a few weeks back. This pin was one of three worn on Marty Mcfly's iconic denim jacket from the first Back to the Future. The Arts in Revolution was a Russian art exhibition held at Hayward Gallery, London, on February the 26 until April 18, 1971. These 46 year old pins are extremely rare, with only two being known to exist today.