‘Doctor Who’: Five Great Amy Pond Style Moments

Amy Pond in one of her signature bomber jackets (Photo via BBC)

All good things must come to an end and this Saturday we will bid farewell to Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill as Amy Pond and Rory Williams in their final Doctor Who episode, “The Angels Take Manhattan.” We here at Anglophenia would like to pay tribute to our beloved Ponds by highlighting some of their finest moments during their time in the TARDIS this week.

Show of hands, who else wishes they could spend a day raiding Amy Pond’s wardrobe? With her micro-minis, colorful scarves, and leather jackets, Amy is arguably one of the most stylish companions in Doctor Who history. Here are some of our favorite Amy Pond style moments.

1. The Policewoman/Kissogram 

We first met the grown up Amy Pond in “The Eleventh Hour,” where she pretended to be a policewoman in this costume. Note the signature mini skirt. (BBC)

2. The Nightie

As the Doctor’s companion, you never know when the Doctor will come and whisk you away. Amy boarded the Starship UK in a white nightgown and a striped robe in “The Beast Below.” (BBC)

3. The Red Jumper

Casual yet stylish, Amy faced the weeping angels in “The Time of Angels” and “Flesh and Stone” wearing an oversized red hoodie, grey tights, and black mini skirt. (BBC)

4.  Swashbuckling Amy 

You can’t fight off pirates without wearing the right attire. In “The Curse of the Black Spot,” Amy donned a tri-cornered hat and trench coat. (BBC)

5. Amy in America

Nothing says America like blue jeans and red flannel. Amy rocked this outfit in “The Impossible Astronaut” and “Day of the Moon.” (BBC)

 

What’s your favorite Amy Pond outfit?