After watching the first season of Game of Thrones I had to read the books, and I loved the descriptions of outfits and locations through out the series so much, that I have collected images of what I think the characters of A Song of Ice and Fire would wear and where they would live. Warning may contain spoilers.
House Stokeworth,  Proud to be Faithful
 Stokeworth rules over the town of Stokeworth close to King’s Landing. They blazon their arms with a white lamb holding a golden goblet on a green field. The current lord is Lady Lollys Stokeworth youngest daughter of Lady Tanda Stokeworth, her heir is Tyrion Tanner, Lollys bastard son who was concived when Lollys was raped during the Bread Riots in Kingslanding. Tyrion Tanner was named after Tyrion Lannister by Lollys’s husband Bronn, after Queen Cersei denied Lady Tanda Stokeworth’s request he be named Tywin after the queen’s father. The insolent act so incensed Queen Cersei that she arranged an attempt on Bronn’s life, which failed. The name Tanner seems to derive from the fact that the rape of his mother took place behind a tanner’s shop.

House Stokeworth,  Proud to be Faithful

 Stokeworth rules over the town of Stokeworth close to King’s Landing. They blazon their arms with a white lamb holding a golden goblet on a green field. The current lord is Lady Lollys Stokeworth youngest daughter of Lady Tanda Stokeworth, her heir is Tyrion Tanner, Lollys bastard son who was concived when Lollys was raped during the Bread Riots in Kingslanding. Tyrion Tanner was named after Tyrion Lannister by Lollys’s husband Bronn, after Queen Cersei denied Lady Tanda Stokeworth’s request he be named Tywin after the queen’s father. The insolent act so incensed Queen Cersei that she arranged an attempt on Bronn’s life, which failed. The name Tanner seems to derive from the fact that the rape of his mother took place behind a tanner’s shop.

What a Meereenese Noble would wear

What a Meereenese Noble would wear

(Source: iseo58, via thestylishgypsy)

fletchingarrows:

andoniss:

Guillaume de Machaut: Poetical Works
1355-60 Manuscript (Ms. français 1586), 300 x 210 mm (folio size) Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris

wild beasts of wood and field

fletchingarrows:

andoniss:

Guillaume de Machaut: Poetical Works

1355-60
Manuscript (Ms. français 1586), 300 x 210 mm (folio size)
Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris

wild beasts of wood and field

(Source: nihtegale)

Green myrish lace gown for Cersei, Michael D

Green myrish lace gown for Cersei, Michael D

House Ryger of Willow Wood, sworn to Tully
House Ryger is a noble house from Willow Wood in the Riverlands. They blazon their arms with a weeping willow, green on white. During Robert’s Rebellion the Rygers defied their overlords and stayed loyal to House Targaryen. Ser Robin Ryger is the captain of the guards at Riverrun.

House Ryger of Willow Wood, sworn to Tully

House Ryger is a noble house from Willow Wood in the Riverlands. They blazon their arms with a weeping willow, green on white. During Robert’s Rebellion the Rygers defied their overlords and stayed loyal to House Targaryen. Ser Robin Ryger is the captain of the guards at Riverrun.

What Margaery would wear in Highgarden, Elie Saab

What Margaery would wear in Highgarden, Elie Saab

Moonbloom a type of flower which grows in the gardens of Oldtown

Moonbloom a type of flower which grows in the gardens of Oldtown

What Daenerys would have worn in Pentos, Julien Mcdonald

What Daenerys would have worn in Pentos, Julien Mcdonald

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What Missandei would wear in Slaver’s Bay

Vionnet

everythingasoiaf:

What Missandei would wear in Slaver’s Bay

Vionnet

Brienne the beauty

Brienne the beauty

(Source: stormtrooperfashion, via mcqueenofmyheart)

Wedding gown for HBO Margaery, Jean Louis Sabaji

Wedding gown for HBO Margaery, Jean Louis Sabaji

What Lysa would have worn in her youth, Luca Meneghel

What Lysa would have worn in her youth, Luca Meneghel

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Everybody dies, sooner or later. Don’t worry about your death. Worry about your life.

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House Frey of the Twins, sworn to Riverrun
House Frey of the Crossing is a noble house of the Riverlands. Their main seat is the Twins, a pair of castles on each bank of the Green Fork of the Trident that serves as a vital bridge across the river. The lord of the house is called the Lord of the Crossing. The strategic location of the Twins has allowed the house to become quite wealthy. Under their current lord, Walder Frey, they have grown greatly in both size and power. One of the most powerful bannermen of the Tullys, the House can field a thousand knights and three thousand foot. Their sigil is two blue towers united by a bridge on silver-grey, representing the Twins.
House Frey is one of the younger houses in Westeros, dating back some six centuries when its founder was awarded lands and nobility. The founding Frey had a vision of building a great bridge spanning the Green Fork of the Trident and began its construction. His grandson ultimately finished the bridge’s construction and built wooden keeps on both sides as well. Later generations replaced the timber keeps with identical stone keeps that were named the Twins. A large tower was constructed in the middle of the bridge and called the Water Tower. The Twins’ defensible construction and strategic location allowed the Freys to prosper by exacting tolls for passage across the river. The Freys grew into one of the richest and most powerful houses of the Trident. Their quick rise to prominence has caused other powerful houses to look down on them as upstarts. The Freys also became bitter rivals with their neighbors to the north, the crannogmen ruled by House Reed. House Frey aided Aegon the Conquerer during his War of Conquest and rebelled against King Harren the Black of Harrenhal. Afterward, the Freys joined the other river lords in swearing fealty to House Tully.
The current lord is Walder Frey, he has become famous for siring many children and surviving many wives. He is currently married to his eighth wife and has over a hundred descendants, base and trueborn. He has had twenty-two trueborn sons and seven trueborn daughters from his marriages, with an unknown number of bastard sons and daughters. He places a great emphasis on family loyalty, though his descendants jockey ruthlessly for his favor. Many Freys name their sons Walder and daughters Walda in hopes of honoring him.

House Frey of the Twins, sworn to Riverrun

House Frey of the Crossing is a noble house of the Riverlands. Their main seat is the Twins, a pair of castles on each bank of the Green Fork of the Trident that serves as a vital bridge across the river. The lord of the house is called the Lord of the Crossing. The strategic location of the Twins has allowed the house to become quite wealthy. Under their current lord, Walder Frey, they have grown greatly in both size and power. One of the most powerful bannermen of the Tullys, the House can field a thousand knights and three thousand foot. Their sigil is two blue towers united by a bridge on silver-grey, representing the Twins.

House Frey is one of the younger houses in Westeros, dating back some six centuries when its founder was awarded lands and nobility. The founding Frey had a vision of building a great bridge spanning the Green Fork of the Trident and began its construction. His grandson ultimately finished the bridge’s construction and built wooden keeps on both sides as well. Later generations replaced the timber keeps with identical stone keeps that were named the Twins. A large tower was constructed in the middle of the bridge and called the Water Tower. The Twins’ defensible construction and strategic location allowed the Freys to prosper by exacting tolls for passage across the river. The Freys grew into one of the richest and most powerful houses of the Trident. Their quick rise to prominence has caused other powerful houses to look down on them as upstarts. The Freys also became bitter rivals with their neighbors to the north, the crannogmen ruled by House Reed. House Frey aided Aegon the Conquerer during his War of Conquest and rebelled against King Harren the Black of Harrenhal. Afterward, the Freys joined the other river lords in swearing fealty to House Tully.

The current lord is Walder Frey, he has become famous for siring many children and surviving many wives. He is currently married to his eighth wife and has over a hundred descendants, base and trueborn. He has had twenty-two trueborn sons and seven trueborn daughters from his marriages, with an unknown number of bastard sons and daughters. He places a great emphasis on family loyalty, though his descendants jockey ruthlessly for his favor. Many Freys name their sons Walder and daughters Walda in hopes of honoring him.