WEARSHERLOCK: A blog that revolves around the wardrobe and props department of the BBC show 'Sherlock', featuring Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman and Mark Gatiss.
This blog showcases the clothes and props seen in the show as well as providing links as to where to buy them. We often host Sherlock related giveaways. You can check our current giveaway status here. We are not affiliated with the BBC.
Belstaff ‘Millford style’ coat.
Worn by Sherlock in series 1 & 2 and wanted by every fangirl/boy in the world.
Pure Irish wool tweed bonded with a sophisticated, ultra-light microporous film, to make it waterproof without altering the natural qualities of comfort and breathability.
£1,350 / $2,188 Available at Belstaff’s Conduit Street store in London.
Not available online.
BONUS FACTS: Belstaff originally discontinued the coat, but after the sucess of Sherlock and the amount of enquiries they had about it they bought it back into production and issued this press release on their website.
As with most of the clothing used in television shows, there are two back-ups of Sherlock’s coat in case one is damaged or lost during filming. That’s £4,050 worth of costume budget gone on just Sherlock’s coat.
The red button hole on the coat was added in by the costume department.