Game of Thrones Fashion Recap: A Westeros Wedding

Warning: Spoilers ahead. This was possibly the most fashion-y Game of Thrones episode so far this season. Click through to see all the best looks from the episode.
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Warning: Spoilers ahead. This was possibly the most fashion-y Game of Thrones episode so far this season. Click through to see all the best looks from the episode.
Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

Warning: Spoilers ahead. This was possibly the most fashion-y Game of Thrones episode so far this season. We got to see Daenerys in a few different looks (and naked--shocker), and everyone in Kings Landing was dressed in their finest for the wedding of Sansa and Tyrion (ugh, awkward). Plus Cersei was at her most imperious/bitchiest. We loved it.

Click through to see all the best looks from the episode.

Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

Sansa's Wedding Hair:

Sansa's hair looks amazing. This reminds us of how she used to wear it in season one, rather than the sort of drab, weighed-down styles she's been sporting this season.

Also, Sansa is only 14?? (Actress Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa, is actually 17.)

Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

"If you ever call me 'sister' again I'll have you strangled in your sleep."--Cersei

This scene was brilliant. Both queens are in their signature colors and styles, and both are at the top of their games. Who's going to win the battle of wills here?

Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

The Wedding Dress:

This dress was so gorgeous. Also, we loved that it had metal accents--sort of like Cersei's--on the hip flounces. A symbol of Sansa's budding strength? Regardless, it was a cool design element.

Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

Tyrion and the Cape:

Poor Tyrion. He handled this humiliating scene with the wedding cape the best he could. We don't blame him for getting wasted at his wedding.

Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

Leather Lannisters:

Leather suits, the tuxes of Westeros.

Photo: Keith Bernstein/HBO

Photo: Keith Bernstein/HBO

The Smarmy Sell-Swords:

We've met a lot of misogynistic characters on Game of Thrones but "The Titan's Bastard" (middle) really takes the cake in that regard. But we also meet Daario in this episode (far right), in all his braided glory.

In case you thought the long hair and braids were a bit over-the-top for a sell-sword, know that in the books Daario has a blue three-pronged beard. He's totally toned down here.

Photo: Keith Bernstein/HBO

Photo: Keith Bernstein/HBO

Daario and Daenerys:

We smell a romance brewing. In this scene, Daenerys cooly gets out of the tub dripping and naked, in front of the newly-introduced character, Daario, who has pledged his loyalty to her by chopping the heads off his comrades and presenting them to her. Romantic!

Going back to Daario's braids, Daenerys's short-lived husband, Khal Drogo, totally knew how to rock a braid, so she obviously has a type.