When choosing your Halloween costume for this year, one theme is a go-to: Game of Thrones. The epic HBO show has converted legions in fans in the past few years, and it's no wonder the show has inspired so many excellent Halloween costumes. However, you don't have to be a Hollywood-level costumer to pull off a Westeros vibe. These last minute Game of Thrones costumes are easy to pull together but still clever enough to please your fellow GOT fans. Caution: there are major plot spoilers ahead if you're not caught up on Game of Thrones, so proceed with caution.
By raiding your closet, past years' Halloween ensembles, or the nearest discount costume shop, you can recreate the basic vibes of your favorite GOT characters. If you have a little more time, then ordering a funny prop or two from Amazon can take your look to the next level. But if you're trying to scrape together a costume for tonight? No problem. Use these costumes as inspiration to create your own looks from whatever supplies you have on hand. Seriously: there's a lot you can do with an old cardboard box or a black maxi dress. Whatever look you choose, wear it with pride and honor.
(Once again for the kids in the back: spoilers ahead!)
Leave it to professional cosplayers to construct jaw-dropping dragon costumes. This look is charmingly homespun. Simply put on a dragon costume hat ($14, Etsy). Next, throw on some costume dragon wings ($28, Amazon) or a cool dragon wing scarf ($58, Etsy). If you're the crafty sort, DIY your own version by drawing wings on an old scarf or towel.
In Lady Olenna's swan song, the Queen of Thorns was bold and daring as ever. To honor her, get a black maxi dress ($75, Modcloth), basic black balaclava ($10, Amazon), and drape a long black scarf ($40, Etsy) over your head. Maybe fix it to a square piece of cardboard to get the medieval headdress shape? Go out and be fierce.
5Baby Euron Greyjoy
If you're dressing up an infant this Halloween, why not use the villain from the Iron Islands as inspiration? Get a cute Greyjoy baby bodysuit ($20, Cafe Press) and a costume mustache ($7, Amazon). Maybe just use the mustache for photo purposes, though, because most babies would 100 percent try to eat it.
7Sparring Brienne of Tarth
9The Sassy Hound
"You think you're fooling anyone with that topknot?" said The Hound in Season 7, Episode 1. The entire internet lost its mind. Seriously, though: with his cracks about man buns and a newfound sense of humanity, The Hound is easily one of the show's most likable characters.
11Wight In A Box
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