From Dany's elaborate dragon inspired pieces, to Sansa's statement moth ring, here's where mega fans can start their wish list...
Words by Lexxi Davis
If you’re a fan of Game of Thrones, or if you’ve even just watched it a few times, you won’t have missed the epic outfits from the powerful female characters.
So when we found out you can actually buy some of our favourite characters exact jewels worn in the show, we have to admit we got a tiny bit excited…
Yunis & Eliza are a London based design duo, who were approached by the show’s costume director Michele Clapton to create some unique pieces for the Mother of Dragon’s, Breaker of Chains, Protector of the Realm… and, well fans, you know the rest.
After a surge of fans taking to Twitter searching for the jewellery for themselves, the designers decided to create their now fully shoppable 22 –piece collection.
Daenerys Targaryen’s dragon inspired designs have actually been worn by Emilia Clarke in many episodes over the last few seasons. This iconic dragon choker has been worn by the Mother of Dragon’s in not one but FOUR episodes in seasons 5 and 6.
Shop now: Daenerys Drogon Choker, £1,600, MEY
Perhaps the most stand-out piece that fans noticed was the Drogon Neck Sculpture, that has become one of Dany’s favourite pieces – appearing in over 4 episodes.
And you might have also spotted their biggest Game of Thrones jewellery piece – the Mother of Dragon’s chain, in the latest season 7 episode.
Shop now: Mother Of Dragons Chain, £2,600, MEY
With prices starting from £65 for a simple ring, up to a whopping £2,600 for the mother of dragon’s chain, there’s a little something for every level of GoT fan.
And let’s be honest, who wouldn’t want to their very on piece of Game of Thrones jewellery?! There’s no denying the world is obsessed with the hit show, even the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are asking Game of Thrones actors for spoilers.
If you see yourself more of a Winterfell than Dragonstone kind of girl, we’ve found the exact moth ring that Sansa Stark wore in season one!
The silver piece was imagined by Oxford based jewellery Lucy Sylvester and was one of the first times we saw Sansa’s character developing into the general bad-ass she is now.
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So GoT fans, put your theories of how Daenerys discovers Jon Snow’s true parentage aside for a few minutes, so you can add this lot to your virtual shopping basket.
Just think how powerful you’ll feel in your next work meeting wearing one of these…