This week's episode of "Game of Thrones" was notable for a few reasons. 1) Melisandre tries to seduce Jon Snow (not that I necessarily blame her) and 2) Jaime shows us that useless accessories like his gold hand can be life-saving. Most exciting, though, was the introduction of three new badass female characters, the Sand Snakes, aka Oberyn's illegitimate daughters. They can really pull off a snake motif.
Here, the fashion from episode four:
Daenerys Adds Some Volume
Here's hoping Daenerys can get her hands on a good hair mask in Meereen, because this style needs a lot of upkeep. You can hide a lot of sins in a head full of braids, but you need some good haircare — and a diffuser — for waves this bouncy.
My favorite part of Sansa's new goth look is this giant O-ring necklace. Let's hope it somehow doubles as a weapon. I'm very concerned about her impending wedding to Ramsay "Scary Psychopath" Bolton.
Meet Obara Sand, played by Keisha Castle-Hughes, one of Oberyn's many illegitimate children. I am loving her nippled armor, and it sort of reminds me of that McQueen dress that Aimee Mullins wore on the runway with prosthetic legs.
The Shaggy Pixie Snake
Here is Tyene, played by Rosabell Laurenti Sellers. Unlike her armored sister, she apparently doesn't believe that proper bra support is necessary. This paisley bra top and elbow pads would not be out of place at any music festival in America. It's also nice to see another short-haired woman besides Brienne on the show.
The Third Sand Snake
Finally, meet Nimeria, played by Jessica Henwich. Her costume is sort of in-between her sisters' — there are hard leather elements tempered by a flowy dress, with plenty of snake motifs throughout.
Ellaria Is Not Happy
Can you really blame her for wanting to avenge Oberyn's death? I'm afraid her grief and thirst for revenge is overcoming her grooming habits here. She's looking a bit dusty and disheveled.
Men in Leather Jackets
Men love a uniform. Here are Jaime and Bronn wearing matching leather peplum jackets.
Son of a Harpy!
These Sons of the Harpy do not believe in individualism, nor in killing with their real faces on display like everyone else in the Seven Kingdoms. Hygiene note: These masks cannot be good for the pores.