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Queen in the North

From “little dove,” to taking back Winterfell, Sansa survived and learned, and led her people to independence. Sansa witnessed Jon be named King in the North, but her coronation was more elegant and satisfying — crown, throne and all.  


Throughout the series, Sansa adopted the looks of the female leaders she looked up to. While this dress is entirely worthy of the Queen in the North, the strong women who inspired her also found their way into details of this dress.

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QOTN Sansa. The dress was made in the same fabric as the dark Sansa dress, which was the same fabric dyed that was used in Margaey’s wedding dress to Joffrey.. Sansa had a bond with her. It has falling leaves as its pattern. There is a feathered and embroidered dire wolf across her shoulder and not seen here but beautiful red beaded leaves falling from one sleeve. The sleeves are textured like the fur on the first sigil. The metal bodice features the growing branches of the weirwood tree. The Crown is two howling Dire wolves. Nothing is created without meaning...in the final scenes it’s my hands dressing Sansa!!Thank you David and Dan for making that possible..

A post shared by michele clapton (@micheleclapton) on May 21, 2019 at 12:12am PDT

Costume designer Michele Clapton created the dress with the same fabric for “dark Sansa” and the same fabric dye that was used for Margaery’s wedding dress, to represent their deep bond.


Clapton also pointed out that the wolves on the sleeve of the dress starts to turn into fish scales, to honor Sansa’s mother, Catelyn and House Tully.


This detailing is also seen on Sansa’s crown.


Every queendom needs a proper throne.

King Bran the Broken


Bran certainly came a long way to become the most powerful man in the realm. His new sigil and colors honor the Three-Eyed Raven.

Brienne, Lady Commander of the Kingsguard


The skilled warrior always fought for what she believed in — and that honorable nature has gotten her all the way to leader of the Kingsguard.

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