The peoples of Westeros came out to celebrate Game of Thrones’ sixth season premiere, and we’ve gotta say, they brought their A games to the proceedings.
We’re not feeling the hem length at all, but we like the boldness of the look. There’s a grownup sophistication to it that takes it beyond the Disney princess gowns she used to favor on the RC. Loving the pony tail – but she wasn’t the only one to take the hairstyling up a level this night.
We might get talked into that skirt, even though it looks like ’80s kitchen wallpaper, but we’re just not feeling bandeau. And the silver Nudist sandals strike us as an uncharacteristically safe choice. She’s got more edge than this outfit allows for.
A bit business-like overall, and the pants need hemming, but we’ll take it. To go.
It’s a bit of a surprise to see her avoiding the high goth drama she’s favored in the past (and which, it has to be said, looks great on her), but this is pretty and dark, which is totally in the center of her wheelhouse. And you really can’t get that face wrong.
WERQ YOUR FLAWLESS, GIRL.
From the hair, to the nose jewelry, to the lip color, to the dress color and right on down to the kickass shoes, we’re loving every bit of this.
Understated, grownup sophistication in an unexpected color. And we’re shocked it’s a Stella because it’s so simple and perfect. The hair is gorgeous.
There’s a lot about this look we find way too Hobbit-precious, but we’re still swooning because he’s so dreamy and we just want to touch his hair. We like him better with the beard though.
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