With three episodes down, we’re already starting to feel like the last season of Game of Thrones is going way too fast. What will we do without the latest antics of Cersei Lannister?
Or without watching Brienne of Tarth defeat ten men in a row during an epic fight?
And we still haven’t figured out how to nail a typical Mother of Dragons style hairdo.
Yes, it’s fair to say that the ladies of GoT make Sunday (or Monday) TV a much more exciting experience.
Outside of the show, the ladies are certainly doing their fair share in the fashion stakes.
Below, we take a look at the fashion choices of the actors behind the characters.
Who will win in the fashion stakes? You decide.
Bright colours, bohemian clothes and a septum piercing, Nathalie Emmanuel who plays Missandei is a girl we want to hang out with.
Her cool fashion sense and love of playful, colourful clothing has made us want to get down to a piercing studio immediately.
Playing the original bad girl of the show, you might think that Lena Headey’s fashion sense follows suit.
But, Lena’s dress sense couldn’t be further than that of her onscreen character, Cersei Lannister.
For the majority of the time, Lena opts to go for a laid-back jeans and T-shirt combo in toned-down colours.
However, come awards season, she also pulls off outfits more akin to the glamorous and luxurious outfits that Cersei wears.
The Mother of Dragons has experienced one of the biggest character transformations during the show.
From victim to ruler, Emilia Clarke has taken her character on an emotional journey and is now preparing to battle it out for ruler of the Iron Throne.
Off-screen, Clarke tends to adopt a more lady-like fashion sense.
And we love her natural brunette hairdo, too.
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As our youngest fashionista on the list, Maisie Williams likes to mix it up and experiment with her style.
Sometimes choosing long sophisticated gowns and sometimes going for girly and feminine styles, Maisie isn’t afraid to keep it fresh.
Maisie also pulls off the skater look with ease – a look that her tomboy GoT character, Arya Stark, would not doubt approve of.
Gwendoline Christie’s fashion sense is a far departure from that of her onscreen character, Brienne of Tarth.
Typically opting for feminine, sophisticated gowns during awards season, Gwendoline knows how to pull off a knockout dress.
With her elegant stature and striking presence, Gwendoline shows us that she is equally at home on the red carpet as she is on the battlefield.
As a Louis Vuitton brand ambassador, Sophie Turner is one of the more high-fashion fashionistas on our list.
Big labels, bold styles and striking dresses are all a part of Sophie Turner’s off-screen look.
Sophie translates that glamour onscreen, too, as her character Sansa Stark is often seen sporting luxurious dresses.
Previously known as the character with royal and high-society connections, Sansa is a little more low-key with her style in the latest season of the show.
However, evidence of her glamorous past can be seen in the beautiful dresses that she makes by hand.
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