Wealth, glamour, rival factions, plots within plots, cinched waists, and plunging necklines — are we talkin' fashion or Game of Thrones, here? To fans of both addictively attractive worlds, the similarities are pretty darn obvious.
But whenever we see an online post promising a foolproof guide to dressing like the lords and ladies of Game of Thrones, what we get are be-caped looks from Etsy that are more costume-y than covetable. And that's okay for some. But not us. We demand more.
So, we've combed the runways and tracked down the high-fashion brands that match each of the major houses of Westeros — from the fearless Greyjoys to the super-luxe Lannisters — in style and spirit. The result is not just a slideshow that reveals what Sansa Stark would wear for fall 2013, but categorical proof that George R.R. Martin reads Vogue on the reg. Enjoy, fantasy fashion fans!
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