A GoT party post, tbh.

Game Of Thrones Fashion Moments
By Leisa Barnett
Emilia Clarke

Recognise this vivacious brunette? No, we didn’t, either. But bow down, because she’s the Khaleesi! At the Monte Carlo Television Festival last June, Emilia Clarke looked a million miles from her warrior queen character in this Riviera-chic dress by Emilia Wickstead (who, of course, is also a favourite of Kate Middleton), with Jimmy Choos.

Sophie Turner

Sophie Turner may be best known as fragile queen-in-waiting Sansa Stark but off-screen, she’s keen to prove she knows her style beans. Witness this layered LBD look, with well-considered red accents, which she wore to the Game Of Thrones DVD premiere in February 2012.

Gwendoline Christie

Do you recognise the statuesque beauty who played a chic game of masquerade at Perrier-Jouet’s Bicentennary Party in October 2011? It’s ice-cool blonde Gwendoline Christie, aka Brienne of Tarth, who is quite the fashionista in real life. We snapped her at the London Fashion Week spring/summer 2012 shows, playing up her androgynous good looks in a gorgeous faux fur.

Lena Headey

Lena Headey was a well-established actress before landing the part of scheming Cersei Lannister, which means she’s quite the style pro when it comes to red carpet dressing. Case in point? This Alessandra Rich gown (also spotted on Jessica Brown Findlay), which shows off her dramatic, cropped, dark ‘do to perfection.

Natalia Tena

Lol irl at the girl in the background,tho
We'd clocked Natalia Tena’s bonkers Brit style long before she was cast as Osha in Game Of Thrones. There was no missing her on the red carpet at the world premiere of Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (in which she played Nymphadora Tonks), in this floral dress/cowboy boots get-up.

Maisie Williams

When she's not pretending to be a boy on-set, Arya - sorry, Maisie Williams - likes to try out a more feminine style. Cue this white, ruffled dress and tan wedges, which she wore to the UK premiere of Mirror Mirror.

Rose Leslie

As flame-haired Wildling Ygritte in Game Of Thrones, Rose Leslie is seen exclusively bundled in layers and layers of skins on screen. Outside of work, however, her sartorial sense is more honed – we loved how she paired this bright maxi with a cool T at a Quntessentially party last year, for example.

Carice van Houten

She worships the Lord Of Light as Melisandre, but in real life, Dutch actress Carice van Houten has more conventional tastes - particularly when it comes to fashion. This flapper-inspired look, which she wore to a 2011 film premiere in Berlin, was a real moment.

Hannah Murray

Ex-Skins actress Hannah Murray – aka put-upon Gilly, the pregnant daughter of Craster who catches the eye of hapless Night Watchman Sam in Season Two – has dressing for England’s summer season down to a T. She wore this simple, flower-print shift with nude ballet pumps to the 2012 St Regis International Polo Cup in May.

Natalie Dormer

She plays the shrewd Margaery Tyrell in Game Of Thrones and off-screen, Natalie Dormer is fairly self-assured too – if her style is anything to go by. This casually thrown-together blouse and skirt affair works brilliantly, thanks to the addition of those fashion-forward booties.

Sibel Kekilli

As Shae, the fiercely protective muse of Tyrion Lannister, German actress Sibel Kekilli is one of our favourite Thrones characters and in real life, we're big fans of her style, too. She rocks a frothy ball gown with a tailored blazer like no-one's business - here, at a Berlin Film Festival premiere earlier this year.

Roxanne McKee

Roxanne McKee - who plays Doreah, an, ahem, sexually-enlightened handmaiden of Daenerys' - favours modern staples, like this white blouse and ultra-hot leather trousers, off set.

Michelle Fairley

Who would’ve picked Michelle Fairley, who plays virtuous matriarch Catelyn Stark, as a lover of directional fashion? Not us – but the quiff and the feather-trimmed jacket she wore to the Thrones London launch in February proved it to be unmistakably so. Love. Her.

Gemma Whelan

Gemma Whelan is pretty bad ass as Yara Greyjoy – but in real life, her style is just pretty pretty. She wore this classic pencil skirt and floral top to the after party celebrations for One Man Two Guvnors, in which she starred in London’s West End, in March 2012.

Not in Glamour UK's post (because they suck or something), but included in this post (because we are awesome):
Amrita Acharia

Being flawless.


Really just an excuse to post pics of the cast. Also, to lament the fact that Emilia's flawless chestnut haircape will forever be covered by those awful wigs. :'(