Fashion Friday :: Westerosi influence on prom style (part 1)

27 May

The David’s Bridal edition.  Once again,  top 5 most egregious, not taking into account all of the cap sleeves, pleats, halters, criss-cross bodices, embellished necklines, blue-and-gold or shell-pink, etc.


A Long Lace Cap Sleeve Dress with Keyhole Back for your slightly more formal Daenerys needs.


A Cap Sleeve Dress with Beaded Waist for your other formal Daenerys needs, I guess.


A Westerosi-style Halter Lace Prom Dress with Beaded Cut Outs in Tyrell colors with Margaery cutouts.


A season-one-Daenerys-wedding-dress-style Halter Mesh Prom Dress with Beaded Waist with criss-cross bodice in shell pink.


A Crystal Encrusted Cap Sleeve Bodice Prom Dress for all your slightly bolder-colored House Tyrell needs.



3 Responses to “Fashion Friday :: Westerosi influence on prom style (part 1)”

  1. charandtheweb June 2016 at 7:38 am #

    Love this idea for a post. Game of Thrones is great inspiration for dresses like these. I love the dark blue one. Are you currently sharing your writing on any other movie/tv platforms?

    • partlydrawn June 2016 at 11:14 pm #

      This is my main writing place. I do link through my tumblr, and very occasionally do I write something in depth there, but this is the majority of it.

      • charandtheweb June 2016 at 7:32 am #

        Cool! Well, if you’re ever interested, I’d love to introduce you to Moviepilot and and to help you get your work seen on the platform. Feel free to drop me a line if you’d like more info. You can find my contact details on my About page.

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