TARDIS wardrobe

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The Doctor's TARDIS contained a wardrobe. The Doctor and their companions used the wardrobe on numerous occasions, throughout the Doctor's lifetimes.

The Tenth Doctor believed the TARDIS copied clothing for the wardrobe. (COMIC: Laundro-Room of Doom)


The wardrobe was already home to a vast collection of clothing when the First Doctor and Susan stole the TARDIS. (PROSE: The Exiles)

Shortly before venturing out onto the Plain of Pamir in 1289, (TV: Marco Polo) the First Doctor told Barbara Wright that they have a "very extensive wardrobe" aboard the TARDIS. (TV: "The Brink of Disaster")

Vicki Pallister, correctly inferring that the TARDIS was not the Doctor's original property, believed a previous owner collected clothing for cultural and historical analysis, which was why it was well stocked whenever the TARDIS arrived in different points of history. (PROSE: The Plotters)

By the time of the Doctor's fifth incarnation, Jamie McCrimmon's kilt and one of Leela's skins were still in the wardrobe. It also contained a dress worn by both Victoria Waterfield and Sarah Jane Smith, the Second Doctor's fur coat, a collection of the Third Doctor's frilly shirts and smoking jackets, and Amelia Earhart's flying jacket. (AUDIO: No Place Like Home)

Peri Brown made use of the wardrobe during her time on the TARDIS. (TV: The Twin Dilemma - Mindwarp)

Flip Jackson and Constance Clarke obtained 18th century dresses from the wardrobe. (AUDIO: The Behemoth)

After regenerating, the Seventh Doctor went to the wardrobe and tried on several outfits and items of clothing, including those worn by his second, third, fourth and fifth incarnations. (TV: Time and the Rani)

The Nine, having just regenerated and pretending to be the Doctor, dressed himself up as a "dandy pirate" in the wardrobe room. A kleptomaniac, he was delighted to have all the clothes to himself. (AUDIO: The Crucible of Souls)

By the time of his tenth incarnation, the wardrobe was a lot bigger, containing even a spiral staircase within it going to multiple levels. The Tenth Doctor found himself a new outfit here, soon after recovering from his regeneration. (TV: The Christmas Invasion)

The Twelfth Doctor sent Bill Potts to the TARDIS wardrobe for period-appropriate clothing when they landed in London during the 1814 frost fair. (TV: Thin Ice)

The Thirteenth Doctor said there was a wardrobe "hall" in the lower substata past Karaoke buses; (TV: Spyfall) implying she organized all the separate ones together with the Architectural reconfiguration system