Lovarzi, the makers of official Doctor Who scarves, umbrellas and more, have today released three new pieces of fantastic Who ephemera –  check them out below. Fans can now also enjoy extra benefits with the Lovarzi Doctor Who Fan Club: Chance to save 10% on purchase of new Doctor Who products and be the first one to know when we release the new products. Join HERE.

Fourth Doctor scarf (shorter version)
Lovarzi’s original screen-accurate replica of the Fourth Doctor Scarf remains a bestseller, but many keep that solely for cosplaying. That’s why the company has made a shorter version: at 25 x 200cms, it’s perfect for showing off your fan credentials on a daily basis, and reminding you to keep with you a teaspoon and an open mind. BUY HERE
It’s still made of 100% premium-quality Acrylic yarn, and comes in a special carry-case. It’s still that iconic design, capturing the liveliness and unpredictability of Tom Baker’s incarnation of the Time Lord. It’s still the same Fourth Doctor Scarf – but in a more manageable size! BUY HERE

Fourth Doctor Knitted Tie

If you’re looking for something completely different for Fourth Doctor fans, Lovarzi’s exclusively-designed Knitted Tie takes those same colours in that same pattern and makes a unique product for anyone who wants to show off their love for the world’s longest-running sci-fi TV series. BUY HERE
Also presented in a gift box, foil-printed with the Doctor Who logo, the Fourth Doctor Knitted Tie is made in Italy from 50% Wool and 50% Acrylic. BUY HERE

Seventh Doctor hanky

After the success of the Seventh Doctor Jumper and Paisley Silk Scarf, Lovarzi continues to cater for cosplaying Sylvester McCoy fans (and snappy dressers!) with the Seventh Doctor Hanky, digitally-printed in Italy. BUY HERE
This intricate hanky, also presented in a gift box, is made from 100% Cotton and measures 50 x 50 cms. BUY HERE

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