55 Game of Thrones Characters You Could Be This Halloween
Game of Thrones might be over, but you can bet that it's still going to be hot for Halloween. The fantasy series' many characters provide a ton of costume inspiration, from the dignified (Daenerys) to the downright creepy (the white walkers). Click through to check out the many Game of Thrones-inspired ways you can dress up this Halloween!
What to wear: A short blond wig with a crown. Wear a regal-looking dark gown with full sleeves.
What to wear: A big, fuzzy fur jacket over your dark-colored battle gear and boots. Wear a black curly wig, and carry a sword.
What to wear: A white wig pulled halfway up, a long, white dress, and some fierce jewelry made of horns or steel. Bonus points if you can find some toy dragons.
What to wear: For this year's Sansa, rock a black dress with a big fur coat. Braid your hair into one of Sansa's elaborate 'dos.
What to wear: A dark-hued long-sleeved shirt and vest and black pants and boots with a hand pin. Make sure to add the scar.
What to wear: A long-sleeved brown tunic belted at the waist over brown pants. Carry a sword. Wear a pixie-cut wig if your hair isn't already short.
The Night King
What to wear: Dark blue face makeup with horns on your head, and dark, plain-looking armor.
What to wear: A hooded robe with a belt worn low around your (stuffed) waist, and a bald cap.
What to wear: A leather coat with a red shirt underneath and a slick new haircut. Carry a sword, and paint one of your hands gold.
What to wear: A big fur and a long wig. You need a friend to dress as Hodor, so he can give you a piggyback ride.
What to wear: A long red wig, pulled back into a half-up do. Wear a dark red dramatic gown and a choker.
What to wear: Fake armor and dark-colored clothing.
What to wear: A light blue halter gown with a brown belt.
What to wear: A long-sleeved tunic with short hair and a little mustache. Carry around a book and hold it in front of you.
Brienne of Tarth
What to wear: Armor, with long sleeves and a padded skirt. Add a sword and a cropped blonde wig.
What to wear: A suit of armor with long hair. Do facial makeup to emulate a burn scar.
What to wear: A dark, long-sleeved shirt and pants with leather gloves and a cape slung around your front. Wear a fake grayish beard.
A White Walker
What to wear: A skeleton-print set of pajamas. Paint your face white and wear a white wig, and carry a toy sword.
What to wear: A big, dark sweater and scarf. Wear a white wig and leather backpack, with a child-size doll attached to the back.
What to wear: Prepare for battle with armor of the Unsullied, which features a quilted diamond pattern and structured shoulders. Don't forget the spear and single-spike helmet!
What to wear: Wear your hair long with some short facial hair, plus lots of brown leather as armor.
What to wear: A beautiful blue gown with your hair done up beautifully.
What to wear: A long-sleeved shirt with a brown leather vest over it.
What to wear: Joffrey needs a long, ostentatious coat, a sword or a bow, and a golden crown that looks like antlers. If you want to be Choking Joffrey, start clutching your throat and a goblet.
What to wear: Furs, furs, furs! (Faux, of course.) You're used to the cold, so you'll need to bundle up big time.
What to wear: Lots of furs from head-to-toe, plus leather gloves and a bow and arrow. Wear a red wig with half of it pulled back.
What to wear: A fierce black cape with shoulder pads over a black slip dress, with a brown belt crisscrossed over it. Lots of black smoky eyeliner.
What to wear: A pink halter dress and belt. Wear a brown curly wig pulled back and top off with bangles on your arm.
What to wear: A high-necked dress with a long coat over it. Wear a long red wig in a braid.
What to wear: Fake armor and dark-colored clothing with a fake fur jacket. Wield a toy sword.
What to wear: A suit of armor under a coat lined with shearling.
What to wear: A long hooded gray robe with a rope belt. Bring extra face masks so you can change faces periodically.
What to wear: Like most everyone else, you're going to want to stock up on some dark clothing and furs. Lyanna has a recognizable hairstyle too, so practice parting your hair down the middle like that.
What to wear: Break out your typical body armor. You're from the Iron Isles, so you're a little less flashy than the Starks or Lannisters, but you still have pride.
What to wear: This one will require a bit more work. You'll need a heavy, dark dress, an elaborate updo, and face paint to cover your upper body in crazy, tree-like veins. Creepy contact lenses are a must.
Melisandre, Old AF Edition
What to wear: Well, there's not much to this costume, so that's a plus. The true, old version of Melisandre is butt naked, so get yourself a body suit that matches your skin tone and a stringy white wig. If you can use makeup to draw on a few wrinkles, you'll nail it.
The Shame Nun
What to wear: You can buy a gray nun's costume, or just throw on a long-sleeved gray dress and wrap a gray scarf around your head in the same way she does. To add the finishing touches, wrap a light-colored rope around your waist and carry around a thick book and a bell.
What to wear: Lightweight quilted armor, complete with a skirt and gloves.
What to wear: A short blond wig and some variation of gray pieces of clothing layered over each other. Feel free to carry a long wooden staff or fake dagger around with you in case you come across anyone dressed as Arya.
What to wear: Head-to-toe robes with the Faith of the Seven's symbol carved into your head. (Just kidding, use makeup.)
Thoros of Myr
What to wear: Brown, dirty clothes. You'll need to start growing out your scruff now, and your hair will need to be long enough to tie into a high bun.
Brynden Tully aka The Blackfish
What to wear: You'll need some pretty sophisticated armor to pull this off. Don't forget your chain-mail underneath; you get into a lot of battles. Add some salt-n-pepper hair and you're there.
What to wear: Lots of old, dirty fur, shoddily tied together. Dust some fake snow on to get that lived-in look. You could get prosthetics for your face, or you could just tie your hair back.
What to wear: Dark robes, cape, and armor with some cloth tied around your eye. Seriously, you could just use a headband.
What to wear: Lots of furs, plus a sword, and a wild beard and untamed hair.
The Mountain (Zombie Edition)
What to wear: Unless the person reading this is Shaq, we're going to go ahead and assume you're not nine feet tall, so don't worry about your size. This costume is a little tough, though, considering the undead Gregor Clegane rocks a full suit of golden armor. You can always wear a gold, long-sleeved shirt and pants, and then just buy a helmet if you want to keep things simple. Just make sure you make any visible skin look like the gray, rotting flesh of a corpse.
The High Sparrow
What to wear: Honestly, you could just cut holes in the side of a large potato sack for your arms, and you'd have something akin to the High Sparrow's raggedy dress. If you don't have a potato sack lying around (understandable), just throw on your baggiest, drabbest, light-colored clothes, and get yourself a white wig. Go barefoot if possible, and feel free to carry a book around with the Faith of the Seven's seven-pointed star carved into it (or better yet, ask your friend to wear a black robe and paint the symbol on their forehead, and follow you around all night).
What to wear: Rock a short brown wig with a black turtleneck, a black coat, a leather belt (or some kind of fabric to tie around your waist), black pants, and boots. Don't forget Olly's favorite accessories, either: a knife and a SNEERING, BACKSTABBING GRIN.
What to wear: A short blond wig with a suit buttoned up to your chin — you'll probably have to invest in one from a Halloween store. Complete the look with a crown.
What to wear: Very raggedy furs and other various warm layers. Rickon's been out on the run for a long time, so make sure to get that moppy hair and add dirt to your face.
Benjen "Cold Hands" Stark
What to wear: A cozy black fur ensemble with your hair or wig pulled halfway back. Wear some bluish face makeup to look semidead and very cold.
What to wear: Much like the other Stark men, Ned wears heavy-duty armor and fur and wields a magnificent sword. Set him apart with the long, half-up hairdo.