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Cosplay heaven for Seventh Doctor fans at Lovarzi!

Seventh Doctor Jumper and Scarf On Sale Now!

The Seventh Doctor Jumper and Scarf are now available to order, as part of a range to celebrate Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary.

The products, by scarf specialists Lovarzi, are great for collectors and cosplayers who love Sylvester McCoy’s enigmatic Doctor. The Jumper, priced £44.99, is made from Acrylic, which feels like wool, but is resistant fading from sunlight exposure. The incredibly-detailed scarf, RRP £36.99, is 100% silk and comes in a presentation box foil-printed with the Doctor Who and BBC logos.

While the jumper is for sale right now, the scarf will be released on 15th October.

Lovarzi began their range of Who products with 2012’s multi-coloured Fourth Doctor Scarf and a follow-up Season 18 Burgundy Scarf will be released later this year alongside their exclusively-designed Dalek Scarf. Maninder Singh Sahota, Director of Lovarzi, says:

After the success of the Doctor Who Scarf last year, it is great to offer Whovians some other classic products. We are dedicated to providing fans with fine quality products which I’m certain they’ll love.

Cosplay heaven for Seventh Doctor fans at Lovarzi!

While Lovarzi offers free UK delivery and a 90-day money-back guarantee on both their own site and from Amazon UK, their Doctor Who range can also be found in Forbidden Planet stores nationwide and in Cardiff’s Doctor Who Experience shop.


When he’s not watching television, reading books ‘n’ Marvel comics, listening to The Killers, and obsessing over script ideas, Philip Bates (Kasterborous' Assistant Editor) pretends to be a freelance writer. He enjoys collecting everything.

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