The new lady of Winterfell in Game of Thrones has started making her long unnoticed presence felt in the show, and it seems she's making every single bit of it felt while hiding her deepest of secrets and meanings in the outfit.
Something significant, memorable and noteworthy is tucked inside her costume, but most of us have failed to notice all of it or even the bit of it.
The costume designer Michele Clapton and embroiderer Michele Carragher share that Sophie Turner's character Sansa Stark's style has many layers added to it. It's all covered in her character narrative.
It may seem that she's quiet, but she's the lady who has lived with the enemies; killers of her father. Her incredible journey in Game of Thrones season one to season seven has shown us different sides of Sansa but little did most of us have noticed in her symbolic costume.
Have a look, what are those deepest meaning which Sansa hides in her costume.
Sansa Stark's outfits in the show are reflecting the powerful message for the audience to understand about her character. The outfit has undoubtedly worked wonders for her because if you may have noticed, the fans and people have started seeing her more in the show.
In the latest interview on HBO's 'Making Game of Thrones' site costume designer Michele Clapton shares meaning behind the belt and other accessories on the Sansa's dress first. It's the first time when Sansa's dress features a strap and cap, as a major part of her dress up.
"Sansa's cape, for instance, represents Ned and her desire to take on more of a leadership role at Winterfell."
"It is her taking back control of her body. I designed it to wrap around over her side-laced dress to represent the absolute removal of any possible physical touch."
The costume designer of Sansa's character reveals, "her dresses are also tightly-laced on, incredibly difficult to remove - it's a message to Littlefinger."
Michele spilt the tea and said that most of the characters on the show, Targaryens, Lannisters and Starks will be spotted wearing all black mostly.
"Winter has come, so I wanted to reflect the sombre mood, a closing down. There are discreet tones within the costumes, subdued hints of their sigil colours."
"I wanted to reflect how different they all are from their experiences".
There's something which all of them have taken from their parents when it comes to dressing. From the cut of the dress to quilting details, except for Bran, who is sidelined for various reasons.
Especially, when it comes to an epic historical show like the Game of Thrones.
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