game of thrones

Daemon Targaryen from House of the Dragon

In House of the Dragon, Prince Daemon Targaryen (Matt Smith) is brother to King Viserys I. He’s equally skilled as a dragonrider — mounting the dragon Caraxes — and as a warrior — wielding the Valerian steel sword Dark Sister. He’s also gifted in the art of instigation. He later weds his niece, Queen Rhaenyra (Just Targaryen Things). Easily convert this Daemon costume to Aemond’s by adding an eye patch.

Rhaenyra Targaryen from House of the Dragon

In House of the Dragon, Rhaenyra Targaryen (young Rhaenyra played by Milly Alock, older by Emma D’Arcy) is the first-born child of King Viserys I, who named her heir to the Iron Throne. After the king’s death, her claim is challenged by her half-brother Aegon II however, with the backing of his mother Alicent and grandfather Otto Hightower.

Alicent Hightower from House of the Dragon

Alicent Hightower from House of the Dragon

In the Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon, Queen Alicent Hightower (played by Olivia Cooke and Emily Carey) is the wife of King Viserys I, daughter of the Hand of the King Ser Otto Hightower, and mother to Aegon, Aemond, and Helaena. She is the figurehead of “Team Green” when it comes to competing claims to the throne. After a long day of parenting and diplomacy, Alicent has been known to kick off her shoes and put up her feet.

Aemond Targaryen from House of the Dragon

Aemond Targaryen from House of the Dragon

In the Game of Thrones prequel series House of the Dragon, Prince Aemond Targaryen (Ewan Mitchell) is the second son of King Viserys I and his second wife, Queen Alicent Hightower. He’s a dragon rider and a fierce, disciplined swordsman, in sharp contrast to his lazy and gluttonous older brother Aegon. He lost his eye at the age of 10, when he got into a vicious fight with his similarly aged nephew Lucerys Velaryon.

The Three-Eyed Raven from Game of Thrones

The Three-Eyed Raven from Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones is a show full of mysterious characters. Few are as mysterious as the Three-Eyed Raven, however. Played first by Struan Rodgers and then by Max von Sydow, he is an ancient wielder of magic even older than he is. Though he walks in Bran’s mind – and through the past – he is confined in the roots of a tree and reliant on his ravens to act as his eyes and ears.

The Three-Eyed Raven is ancient enough that his concerns are well beyond the realm of fashion. And, being trapped in a tangle of roots for several hundred years, what clothes he does have are in disrepair. To recreate this look without trekking deep into a cave of your own, start with a black shroud costume. Use black “creepy cloth” wrapped around your shoulders as a shawl to add to the shroud’s tattered look.

Black medieval pants and boots go under the shroud while temporary white hair dye gives you the look of an ages-old mystic. Add some branches to your shroud and perch a raven on your shoulder to complete your costume!

Night King

Night King

In Game of Thrones, the Night King is the master and the first of the White Walkers, having existed since the age of the First Men. He appears in Bran Stark’s visions and faces off against Jon Snow, who cryptically warns the rest of Westeros that “Winter is coming”.

Margaery Tyrell

Margaery Tyrell

A noble daughter of House Tyrell, Margaery (Natalie Dormer) finds herself married to not one, but three men vying for the Iron Throne over the course of her life before her untimely demise in Season 6 of Game of Thrones. Beautiful, cunning, and kind, Margaery used her brains and her beauty to climb the social hierarchy and settle herself time and time again in the place to become/be the Queen of Westeros. Up until Season 6, she is most often seen wearing shades of blue decorated with rose and vine motifs.

Dothraki Daenerys Targaryen

After being sold to Khal Drogo (Jason Momoa) to be his bride, Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) integrated herself into the Dothraki people. As such, the new Khaleesi adapted her way of dress to match their rough, nomadic lifestyle. This included wearing roughspun clothing, skins, and putting her hair into braids. Finish the look by following this Daenerys Targaryen makeup tutorial.

Myrcella Baratheon

As the assumed daughter of King Robert Baratheon (Mark Addy) and Queen Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey), Myrcella Baratheon (Nell Tiger Free) was a princess of Westeros. However, Myrcella and her blonde siblings were truthfully the children of an incestuous union between Cersei and her twin brother, Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau). She was sent to live in Dorne with the Martells up until her poisoning by a vengeful Ellaria Sand (Indira Varma).

Lyanna Stark

In the bombshell-dropping finale of the 7th season of Game of Thrones, Lyanna Stark (Aisling Franciosi) is revealed to not only have been the older sister of Ned Stark, but also the mother of Jon Snow. Her secret love affair with/marriage to Rhaegar Targaryen is what begins about Robert’s Rebellion and the end of the Targaryen dynasty. On her wedding day, she wore a gown of sage green and was wrapped in vines of gold and silver.