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A shirt was a common clothing item. Irving Braxiatel wore an open white shirt. (AUDIO: Big Dig)

Worn by the Doctor[[edit]]

Several incarnations of the Doctor wore shirts.

The First Doctor wore white shirts with wingtip collars; (TV: An Unearthly Child, etc) right to his death after the 1986 Cyberman Invasion of Earth. (TV: The Tenth Planet, Twice Upon A Time)

The Second Doctor's shirt colours varied from a dull or bright blue. (TV: The Power of the Daleks, The Three Doctors) While in Paris on a mission for the Celestial Intervention Agency, he wore frilly, white shirts. (PROSE: World Game)

The Third Doctor wore frilly shirts in white, (TV: Doctor Who and the Silurians) purple, (PROSE: The Spear of Destiny) magenta, (TV: Planet of the Daleks) lime green, (TV: The Monster of Peladon) and sky blue. (TV: Planet of the Spiders)

The Fourth Doctor spent his first hours in the Third Doctor's sky blue shirt, then wore many white shirts; (TV: Robot, etc.) right up to his death. (TV: Logopolis)

The Fifth Doctor spent his first hour in the Fourth Doctor's shirt, then switched for a white shirt with cherry question marks and a cherry lining. (TV: Castrovalva-Warriors of the Deep) He also wore one with an emerald green lining; (TV: The Awakening) right up to his death. (TV: The Caves of Androzani)

The Sixth Doctor wore a copy of the Fifth Doctor's shirts. (TV: The Twin Dilemma-Time and the Rani) He also wore a salmon pink shirt when he reunited with Peri Brown on the Memory TARDIS. (TV: Vengeance on Varos)

The Seventh Doctor spent his first hours in the Sixth Doctor's shirt, then switched for plain shirts in white, (TV: Time and the Rani-Survival) or ivory. (TV: Doctor Who)

The Eighth Doctor wore white shirts with his cravats, (TV: Doctor Who) or his ascot ties. (COMIC: The Pictures of Josephine Day, A Matter of Life and Death, The Lost Dimension, Empire of the Wolf; TV: The Night of the Doctor)

The War Doctor spent his first hours in the Eighth Doctor's plain white shirt. (TV: The Night of the Doctor; AUDIO: Light the Flame; WC: Doctors Assemble) He eventually wore a bone pinstripe shirt during the Battle for the Tantalus Eye, (PROSE: Engines of War) and right up to his death after the 1562/2013 Zygon Invasion of Earth and the Fall of Gallifrey. (TV: The Day of the Doctor)

Whilst at the launch of the RMS Titanic in 1912, the Ninth Doctor wore an ivory shirt. (TV: Rose [+], PROSE: Have You Seen This Man?)

The Tenth Doctor wore shirts in plain white, (TV: The Christmas Invasion) cadet blue, (TV: Tooth and Claw) navy blue, (TV: The Girl in the Fireplace) light blue, (TV: The Idiot's Lantern) olive green, (TV: The Impossible Planet) scarlet, (TV: 42) dark navy blue, (TV: Utopia) and navy red. (COMIC: The Ghost Ship) He tended to wear white shirts with a tuxedo. (TV: Rise of the Cybermen|The Age of Steel, The Lazarus Experiment, Voyage of the Damned)

The Eleventh Doctor's shirt pattern also varied from striped, (TV: The Eleventh Hour) window pane, (TV: A Christmas Carol,and plain. (TV: A Good Man Goes to War) He wore a plain white shirt with black buttons. (TV: Death of the Doctor) While travelling through Malthill Way in 1745, he wore a white frilled shirt. (COMIC: Malthill Way) He also wore a sky blue shirt; (TV: The Bells of Saint John, etc.) right up to his death after the Siege of Trenzalore. (TV: The Time of the Doctor)

The Twelfth Doctor wore many shirts in white, (TV: Deep Breath) burgundy, (TV: Robot of Sherwood) dark navy blue, (TV: Time Heist) or black with a white polka dot pattern. (TV: Kill the Moon)

The Thirteenth Doctor wore a white shirt with her tuxedo. (TV: Spyfall)

The Fourteenth Doctor wore a white shirt from regeneration. (TV: The Power of the Doctor-The Giggle)

The Fifteenth Doctor spent his first hours in the Fourteenth Doctor's white shirt. (TV: The Giggle)

A feminine version of the Doctor with a bald head and dark skin wielding a flaming sword wore an ivory shirt under her raven black waistcoat. (PROSE: Rose)

The Fugitive Doctor wore a rainbow kente shirt with frilly trims and a mandarin collar. (TV: Fugitive of the Judoon, The Timeless Children, Once, Upon Time, The Power of the Doctor)

The Curator, a future incarnation of the Doctor, wore a beige and maroon tattersall shirt when he took the Fourth Doctor's form. (TV: The Day of the Doctor) He also wore an alabaster shirt when taking the Sixth Doctor's form. (AUDIO: Crossed Lines)

A parallel version of the Doctor wore a white shirt with cherry question marks when he and Bernice Summerfield fought Faction Cybermen on Nazi Germany. (AUDIO: Blood and Steel)

The Warrior, a parallel version of the Fifth Doctor who looked as the Sixth, spent his first hours in his predecessor's white shirt before switching to pinstripe shirts similar to those worn by the N-Space War Doctor. (AUDIO: Dust Devil)

Worn by Companions[[edit]]

Sarah Jane Smith wore white shirts, (TV: The Time Warrior, Invasion of the Dinosaurs, Eye of the Gorgon) including a frilly one similar to the Third Doctor's. (TV: Mona Lisa's Revenge) She also wore more shirts in beige, (TV: The Last Sontaran) peach, (TV: Lost in Time) vermillion, (TV: Prisoner of the Judoon) and sky blue. (TV: The Day of the Clown, Enemy of the Bane)

Yasmin Khan wore shirts in burnt orange, (TV: The Halloween Apocalypse) and ivory. (TV: Survivors of the Flux|The Vanquishers)

Jo Grant wore a mint green shirt when she first meets the Third Doctor. (TV: Terror of the Autons) She also wore a maroon and alabaster tartan shirt when she first met Mark IV Daleks including a gold leader as well as their Controller and Ogrons during the Time Paradox Incident; (TV: Day of the Daleks) and when helping many versions of the Doctor and companions. (GAME: Lost in Time)

Ace wore a white shirt with a black tuxedo; (TV: Ghost Light) and a similar shirt when confronting Fenric. (TV: The Curse of Fenric) During her time as CEO of A Charitable Earth, Ace wore shirts done on white, (AUDIO: Quantum of Axos) or sapphire blue. (TV: The Power of the Doctor; GAME: Lost in Time)

Liz Shaw wore shirts in scarlet (TV: Inferno) ivory, (TV: Dimensions in Time) or rose. (HOMEVID: The Zero Imperative) Her parallel counterpart wore a white shirt as part of her uniform. (TV: Inferno)

Romana wore white shirts in her second incarnation. (TV: Destiny of the Daleks, City of Death, The Horns of Nimon, State of Decay; COMIC: Time Lady of Means) She also wore a charcoal grey one. (TV: Dimensions in Time)

Tegan Jovanka wore a sky blue shirt during the Master's Dalek Plan, (TV: The Power of the Doctor) when helping many versions of the Doctor and companions, (GAME: Lost in Time) and when reuniting with the Fifth Doctor in the Memory TARDIS. (TV: Earthshock)

Nyssa wore a white shirt when she joined the Fifth Doctor in the First Rani's trap. (TV: Dimensions in Time)

Lucie Miller wore a crimson and white tartan shirt up to her death. (AUDIO: Lucie Miller, To the Death)

Amy Pond wore a white shirt with her policewoman outfit. (TV: The Eleventh Hour, A Christmas Carol)

Leela wore a white shirt when she and the Fourth Doctor went to London in 1892. (TV: The Talons of Weng-Chiang)

Clara Oswald wore a white shirt with her undercover suit, (TV: Time Heist) and a crimson and navy tartan one. (TV: Flatline) She also wore a khaki safari shirt when exploring a jungle planet. (COMIC: Four Doctors)

Jenny Flint wore a white shirt with her waistcoats and trousers. (TV: A Good Man Goes to War, Deep Breath; PROSE: The Dangerous Dilemma of the Dream Doorway; COMIC: The Lost Dimension, et al.)

Melanie Bush wore a coral and ivory pinstripe shirt when she and the Seventh Doctor foiled the First Rani. (TV: Time and the Rani)

Peri Brown wore a white, frilly shirt when posing as Percy Blakeney's wife. (AUDIO: Plight of the Pimpernel)

Jamie McCrimmon wore white, frilly shirts. (TV: The Highlanders, The Underwater Menace, The Five Doctors, The Two Doctors, The War Games, The Mind Robber)

Susan Foreman wore an eggplant purple shirt under an alabaster sweater vest when meeting River Song, (AUDIO: An Unearthly Woman) when meeting the Inventor Master on Destination, (AUDIO: The Destination Wars) when spending time on New York City during 1888. (AUDIO: The Great White Hurricane) when confronting Takagi Mamoru and Casper Knox in Japan during the 1820s, (AUDIO: The Barbarians and the Samurai) and when facing Xesto in Tick-Tock World. (AUDIO: Tick-Tock World)

Professor Jericho and Dan Lewis wore alabaster and steel pinstripe shirts during the early 1900s. (TV: Survivors of the Flux|The Vanquishers)

Lieutenant Harry Sullivan, a doctor from UNIT, wore an ivory and bronze pinstripe shirt when posing as a member of the Ministry of Defence to question the National Institute for Advanced Scientific Research. (TV: Robot) He also wore a sky blue shirt when travelling with the Fourth Doctor. (TV: Robot, The Ark in Space, The Sontaran Experiment, Genesis of the Daleks, Revenge of the Cybermen, Terror of the Zygons)

Melody Pond wore a white sports shirt as Mels Zucker during childhood. (TV: Lets Kill Hitler) As River Song, she wore a white shirt under a denim jacket. (TV: The Impossible Astronaut)

Brian, an Ood assassin, wore a white shirt as part of his tuxedo. (PROSE: The Guide to the Dark Times, The Knight, The Fool and The Dead)

Worn by the Master[[edit]]

The Master wore shirts in many incarnations.

The UNIT Master wore white shirts. (TV: Spearhead from Space-Frontier in Space),

John Smith, the human form of the Decayed Master, wore a plain white shirt with his Edwardian suit. (AUDIO: Master)

The Bruce Master wore white shirts during the 2223 Dalek invasion of Earth. (AUDIO: Faustian-Passion)

The Bald Master wore white shirts with his velvet blazers. (AUDIO: Eyes of the Master)

The Child Master wore a scarlet shirt during his alliance with the War Doctor. (COMIC: Organ Grinder) right to his fall. (COMIC: Fast Asleep)

The War Master wore an ivory shirt. (AUDIO: The Sincerest Form of Flattery, A Quiet Night In, The Orphan, Unfinished Business) He also wore a white shirt. (AUDIO: Beneath the Viscoid) right up to his fall. (TV: Utopia)

The Saxon Master spent his first hours in the War Master's white shirt. (TV: Utopia) He wore a plain white shirt when posing as Harold Saxon. (TV: The Sound of Drums|Last of the Time Lords) He also wore an army green shirt, (TV: World Enough and Time) right up to his fall. (TV: The Doctor Falls)

The Spy Master wore a midnight blue shirt during the Kasaavin invasion, (TV: Spyfall) and the Restoration of the Cyber-Empire. (TV: Ascension of the Cybermen|The Timeless Children) He also wore a rust orange shirt, and then a copy of the Tenth Doctor's white shirt during his master plan. (TV: The Power of the Doctor)

Worn by Others[[edit]]

Rani Chandra wore white shirts with her uniforms. (TV: The Day of the Clown, The Mark of the Berserker, Mona Lisa's Revenge, The Gift, The Nightmare Man)

Diane Holmes wore an ivory shirt when she arrived in the 21st century and switched it for a sky blue one. (TV: Out of Time)

Gwen Cooper wore a scarlet shirt throughout the 21st century Dalek invasion. (TV: The Stolen Earth, Journey's End)

Maria Jackson wore a white shirt with her uniform. (TV: Revenge of the Slitheen, The Lost Boy)

Emily Morris wore a white shirt. (TV: Lost in Time)

Emma Grayling wore a bronze brown shirt on 1974. (TV: Hide)

Allison Williams wore a white shirt under her beige cardigan when she helped the Seventh Doctor during the Hand of Omega Incident. (TV: Remembrance of the Daleks)

The Abzorbaloff wore a lavender shirt when posing as Victor Kennedy. (TV: Love & Monsters)

Winston Churchill who was prime minister for Britain during World War 2 wore a white shirt; (TV: Victory of the Daleks) as did his parallel counterpart who was Holy Roman Emperor on River Song's World. (TV: The Wedding of River Song)

Artie Berger, a piano musician, wore an alabaster shirt when helping to capture a sound monster on 1946. (AUDIO: Fright Motif)

The Corsair's sixth incarnation wore an ivory shirt with frilly sleeves. (COMIC: Old Friends) At some point, a gender-switched incarnation literally lost his shirt to a Steggosian in a cards game, forcing him to go bare-chested under his coat. (PROSE: The Bloodletters)

Shirley Bingham wore a rust orange shirt when she met the Fourteenth Doctor, Donna Noble, Rose Noble, Sylvia Noble, Shaun Noble, some Wrarth Warriors, and Beep the Meep. (TV: The Star Beast)

Kate Stewart wore a sky blue shirt during the 3W Institute Affair. (TV: Death in Heaven)   

Martez, a mad scientist from Red Rocket Rising, wore a burnt orange shirt when possessing the body of Asha Gryvern. (AUDIO: Blood of the Daleks)

Mr Copper wore a white and black tattersall shirt. (TV: Voyage of the Damned)

The Editor of Satellite Five wore a sapphire blue shirt. (TV: The Long Game)

Albert Dumfries, a senior member of the Cabinet of Harold Saxon, wore a white shirt up to when he was killed by the Saxon Master before the Toclafane Invasion of Earth. (TV: The Sound of Drums)

Robert Muir and Charles Cranleigh wore white shirts; some 1920's, and some 1700's during a costume party on 1925. (TV: Black Orchid)

The commanding Eternals of the Shadow including Striker and Marriner wear white shirts under their double-breasted black peacoats. (TV: Enlightenment)

The Pied Piper wore a white shirt when posing as Mr. Spellman, director of Spellman's Magical Museum of the Circus. (TV: The Day of the Clown)

The Ringmaster of the Psychic Circus wore a white shirt. (TV: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy)

Flores and Richard Maynarde wore white shirts during the 1988 Cyberman Invasion of Earth. (TV: Silver Nemesis)

Clockwork Repair Droids wore white shirts as part of costumes. Some of the ones who served on the SS Madame de Pompadour during 5037 wore Georgian ones as part of their costumes when seeking Jeanne-Antoinette Poisson in Paris and Versailles during 1727, 1744, 1753, and 1758. (TV: The Girl in the Fireplace) Those from the SS Marie Antoinette, its sister ship, wore many different outfits since the Mesozoic era until they including their leader known as the Half-Face Man wore Victorian shirts in the 1890s. (TV: Deep Breath)

Gerald Peach, Colonel Hugh, Roger Curbishley, and Greeves wore white shirts on 1926. Christopher, a Vespiform posing as a human to study humans, wore a white shirt as part of his tuxedo on Delhi during the Victorian era. (TV: The Unicorn and the Wasp)

Janice wore a beige shirt with peach stripes and an ivory collar. (GRAPHIC: Janice)

Henry Van Statten wore a charcoal and white pinstripe shirt under a black blazer during the Van Statten Incident. (TV: Dalek)

John Lumic wore a charcoal shirt up to when he became a Controller of the Cybus Cybermen. (TV: Rise of the Cybermen|The Age of Steel)

Professor Jeremiah P. Kettlewell wore an alabaster and ebony tattersall shirt. Joseph Chambers, the Cabinet minister entrusted with the safety of the destructor codes for all the world's nuclear missiles, wore a sky blue shirt when the K1 Robot killed him on orders from the Scientific Reform Society. (TV: Robot)

The Toymaker wore a white shirt with a tuxedo, an alabaster and ebony pinstripe shirt with his waistcoat of plum and sapphire tartan, and a khaki shirt with his aviator costume. (TV: The Giggle)

The Valeyard wore a copy of the Eighth Doctor's white shirt with the collar open to reveal a midnight blue ascot tie. (AUDIO: The War Valeyard) Popplewick, his human persona, wore a white shirt under his double-breasted tailcoat. (TV: The Ultimate Foe)

Doctor Ogron wore a copy of the Eighth Doctor's white shirt with a battleship grey cravat tied round the collar. (AUDIO: Planet of the Ogrons)