Warning: Many spoilers ahead!
This might have been the nakedest episode of Game of Thrones yet. And that's saying a lot. It's sort of hard to talk about the fashion when no one's wearing any clothes, but we'll try our best.
In addition to the two bathing scenes (very different vibe in both of those, right?), there was also a bit of a fire theme happening--from the fire god zealots to Ygritte's hair that is "kissed by fire." We also noticed Cersei armoring herself just a little more and Sansa being slowly influenced by Lady Margaery's style. Can plunging necklines be much farther behind?
Click through to see the fashion from this week's episode.
Ygritte Takes Jon Snow:
Ygritte finally gets her way and takes Jon Snow's virginity. Our one complaint about that scene: Why wasn't Jon Snow naked?? I think we pretty much saw every single other character's bare bum last night. Sigh.
Also, Ygritte may have just strengthened the red hair trend that's happening in the real world. She describes her red hair as being "kissed by fire." (She also has some very Kate Moss-esque messy side twists that we love.)
The show's costume designer, Michele Clapton, mentioned that Cersei would be donning more armored gowns in order to look strong, but this is the most we've seen her wear. Also, it doesn't seem like she's giving up her signature royal red any time soon.
Robb Stark's Leather:
We haven't talked about Robb Stark's style much (mostly because he's usually dirty and wearing armor), but in last night's episode we really liked his casually undone shirts and tight open leather jacket. It's sort of rogue and pirate-esque, like Johnny Depp. Only with much less jewelry.
Nice to Meet You, Grey Worm:
When is Daenerys going to change her outfit? At least we had some new eye candy to look at, courtesy of Grey Worm, the new leader of the Unsullied soldiers. He may singlehandedly change my whole image of worms.
Sansa Changes her Hair:
We love it when the fashion and beauty actually become a part of the plot. Littlefinger told Sansa, "Your hair is different. Lady Margaery wears it that way." (Here's a comparison.) This is another point that Clapton hinted would be coming: Lady Margaery's influence on Sansa is growing. Little does the poor girl know that Tyrion just got orders from his father to "wed her, bed her, and put a child in her."