Cersei and Margaery were in agreement - they were both the most stylish women in Westeros
Game Of Thrones is over for another year and our Monday nights suddenly seem a lot emptier. Never fear, we’ve rounded up the most fabulous fashion moments from the last four seasons to keep you sartorially satisfied.
1. Margaery Tyrell’s (ever so slightly doomed) Wedding Dress
Ranking as only the second worst wedding in Game Of Thrones history, Margaery Tyrell’s marriage to Joffrey was a short lived one (pardon the pun). Whilst Joffrey turned a darker shade of purple, our eyes were fully trained on Margaery’s lilac confection of a wedding dress. With a tumbling rose adorned train and thorn trimmed back cut-out, this is a perfect homage to House Tyrell’s signature rose.
2. Melisandre’s All Red Ensembles
Intimidating the men of Westeros one Baratheon at a time is Melisandre. Donning head to toe red at all times, Melisandre is the queen of colour blocking.
3. Daenerys’ Dothraki Moment
Pre- Mother of Dragons, Daenerys’ style was a little more….rustic. Fully embracing her Khaleesi status, Daenerys took on the dreaded hankerchief top and made it her own. Full marks for committing to the bandage style leather gloves; we’re not sure they’d get us through the winter but they look damn good when riding a horse Dothraki style.
4. Sansa Stark’s (not quite as doomed but still not great) Wedding Dress
Your mum’s favourite curtains, a fishing net and a look of absolute fear were Sansa’s accessories of choice for her marriage to Tryion Lannister and we reckon she’s pulling it off. With the elaborate hair we’ve come to love from Game Of Thrones and more velvet than you could shake a stick at, Sansa looks truly regal.
5. Daenerys’ Cut-Out Dress
Achieving neither skirt nor bra status, this cut-out bellybutton barer is one of the Khaleesi’s more revealing outfits. Taking inspiration from Givenchy’s SS14 show, the InStyle team all agree, this is our fav look of Season 4.
Honourable mention goes to Lady Olenna for her commitment to bringing the head-scarf back to the masses. Simultaneously stylish and a brilliant way to hide that disastrous sun-in experiment.
By George Driver/@iamgdriver