'Game of Thrones' Fashion Recap: Sansa's Maleficent Makeover

Let's talk about clothes instead of that fight, OK?
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Let's talk about clothes instead of that fight, OK?

After a few minutes spent rocking back and forth in the fetal position, I can finally write about the events and outfits in "Game of Thrones'" eighth episode. I think this Twitter user says it best:

Photo: screen grab, @pourmecoffee Twitter

Photo: screen grab, @pourmecoffee Twitter

Anyway, on to the clothes.

Daenerys and Missandei got together for some girl time, braided each other's hair, and talked about (penis-less) boys. As girls do. (You'll have to take my word that this happened — I can't prove it with a picture.) 

Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

Speaking of penis-less men, don't Missandei and Grey Worm have good chemistry? I personally think that neither one of them should ever wear clothes.

Photo: Macall B. Polay/HBO

Photo: Macall B. Polay/HBO

Everyone noticed the "Princess Bride" vibes during Oberyn's fight scene. "Hello. My name is Oberyn Martell. You killed my sister. Prepare to die." If only he was fighting rodents of unusual size (ROUS) instead of men of unusual size. If Oberyn had worried less about his dead sister and more about putting on some real armor and avoiding a serious eye-gouging/head-smashing, he might still be here to titillate us. Sigh. 

Photo: Macall B. Polay/HBO

Photo: Macall B. Polay/HBO

It's so uncomfortable out there watching Oberyn get his head smashed in. Thank goodness Cersei has a fan and a cold beverage. 

Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

It is such a relief to finally see Theon out of his rags and looking relatively intact, even if it is a complete farce.

Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

Photo: Helen Sloan/HBO

Finally Sansa got a makeover. Who is this dark and devious new creature? And did she borrow a dress from Maleficent? Seriously, check out the resemblance below – sans horns,of course. 

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