I Love What the Game of Thrones Girls Wear When They're Off-Duty

After many many series and plenty of guts, gore and gratuitous nudity, Game of Thrones finally came to a close on Monday night, and we’re more than a little sad about it. Somehow, we don’t think the new series of The Great British Bake Off will quite fill the Westeros-shaped hole that will now appear in our lives. 

To mark the occasion, we’ve created our own Who What Wear dedication to the televisual behemoth that is Game of Thrones. If you haven’t already noticed, the leading ladies of the show not only pack a punch on screen but also happen to look exceedingly stylish off the screen. For instance, how could we forget Sophie Turner’s epic Las Vegas bridal pantsuit? From Gwendoline Christie’s green silken co-ord to Maisie Williams’s checked tailoring, scroll down to see our favorite Game of Thrones cast outfits.

Style Notes: A regular at the Miu Miu show, Gwendoline looked a million dollars in a minidress and feather-trim jacket from the brand.
Style Notes: We have no words. The actress couldn’t look further from her armor-clad alter ego in this photographic print Iris van Herpen gown. 
Style Notes: Gwendoline ticks all the trend boxes with this green silken matching set. We also love her pop of color that comes from her lipstick.
Style Notes: The International Woolmark Prize calls for a statement piece, and Gwendoline doesn’t disappoint. Complementing her 6’2″ stature, the actress stepped out in a graphic, loose-fitting gown.
Style Notes: Now this is an outfit we can imagine re-creating this season. The high-waisted trousers are super flattering and look fab with Sophie’s leather shirt. Bravo.
Style Notes: We’re getting plenty of ’70s vibes from this off-duty denim look. Plus, we would like this floral base-layer in every color, please.
Style Notes: Sophie makes a strong case for the LBD with this body-con Mugler minidress, which she wore to the X-Men premiere in Paris. 
Style Notes: A thoroughly regal floor-grazer is fitting for the Game of Thrones premier. We like how Sophie has kept her accessories minimal to let the dress do the talking.
Style Notes: Maisie looks so cool in this simple yet chic checked-blazer–and–black-jeans pairing. Definitely one to copy this weekend. Just swap boots for chunky sandals to adapt for spring.
Style Notes: The actress rocks this season’s animal-print trend in a statement snakeskin minidress. Kudos for keeping it down-to-earth with chunky boots and a cable-knit jumper.
Style Notes: More checked tailoring, but this time in the form of a matching set. Worn with flat ankle boots (we spot a theme here) and a hairband, this is a look that’ll work for all seasons.
Style Notes: A khaki jacket and lace-up boots are the perfect foil for a pinstripe blazer and white shirt. Maisie looks so Paris Fashion Week–ready.
Style Notes: Nathalie matches the flame theme so well with this fiery organza gown by Ermanno Scervino. 
Style Notes: Classic, elegant and cool. Now, this is what we call an LBD with a twist. It’s a tricky look to pull off, but Nathalie makes it look easy with black court shoes and a slick of red lipstick.
Style Notes: Okay, this girl is clearly a dress queen, and this might be our fave so far. Nathalie attends the British Vogue and Tiffany & Co. party in a gilded, pleated midi, which she styles with a green clutch.
Style Notes: Making a departure from her usual dress action, the actress gives plenty of “borrowed from the boys” cool in this black trouser suit.
Style Notes: While others embraced dramatic, floor-skimming maxis, Emilia Clarke manages to still create plenty of impact with this off-the-shoulder red midi dress.
Style Notes: Another checked blazer (we feel a trend coming on). This is a great smart-casual look from the actress that will work for so many occasions. Oh, and we want to steal her boots. Just saying.
Style Notes: Emilia looks very summer 2019 in this floral prairie dress. We particularly love the ruffled neckline and puffed sleeves.
Style Notes: This dusty-blue organza dream dress comes courtesy of Valentino (who else?) Despite the excess of frothy fabric, it feels a just a little Daenerys Targaryen—or maybe that’s just us.

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