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'Game of Thrones' Season 4 Finale Fashion Recap: Don't Get Caught With Your Pants Down

If you were one of those dads complaining about receiving yet another tie for Father's Day, console yourself with the fact that your holiday was a lot better than Tywin Lannister's.

It's been an exciting and bloody ten weeks, and here we are at the season four finale of "Game of Thrones." Where does the time go? It seems like just yesterday that we were celebrating Joffrey and Margaery's wedding. (Do they have to return the gifts?)

In the action-packed finale, we got to see cameos from pretty much all of our favorite characters, including one by Ygritte -- sniff. (Sadly we have to wait until next season to see what Sansa's doing with her badass new wardrobe, though.) Click through for my thoughts on the rest of the fashion. 

I realize that Stannis Baratheon's house sigil is a heart, but with that worn-out old armor he wears, it looks like a faux vintage t-shirt from Urban Outfitters. 

Mance to Stannis: "You're not dressed for this weather!" FINALLY someone said it. I still ask, though: Why doesn't anyone wear a hat in the North? Why? 

Speaking of dressing for warmth, Hodor has a really strong patchwork fur game. 

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Staying put in one place for a few weeks at a time is good for Daenerys and her hair. She debuted yet another new style, this time with twists and perfect symmetric waves. Perhaps she should spend less time at the salon, though, and more time watching out for her dragons.

I prefer the swashbuckling, off-duty Jaime Lannister to the armored-up version. Particularly when he's being noble. 

Speaking of off-duty, look who got caught with his pants down. I'll miss hissing at you every week, Tywin. Good luck in your box, Tyrion.

It's really too bad Arya and Brienne didn't decide to travel together. They could trade tips on androgynous dressing -- both of them are pros. (And kudos to Brienne for her double purple belt accessory.)

Is it weird to root for a murderous, somewhat sociopathic character who kidnapped a young girl? RIP, Hound.

Photos: Helen Sloan/Macal B. Polay/HBO