How, my lord? The old wounds never heal, my father says.
My father had a staying too. Never wound a foe when you can kill him. Dead men don’t claim vengeance.
Their sons do,” said Hoster, apologetically.
Not if you kill the sons as well. Ask the Casterlys about that if you doubt me. Ask Lord and Lady Tarbeck, or the Reynes of Castamere. Ask the Prince of Dragonstone." For an instant, the deep red clouds that crowned the western hills reminded him of Rhaegar’s children, all wrapped up in crimson cloaks.

Is that why you killed all the Starks?


game of thrones fashion + sansa stark

Michele Clapton talking about Sansa’s costumes:

It’s important that the costumes reflect each character’s individual journey. I always like to tell a story through the clothes, and I think it helps the actors, too. Sansa is a perfect example of this. She leaves Winterfell for a life at court early in the first season and begins to take on more and more of Queen Cersei’s traits as season one goes on. By the end of the season, she’s really starting to look like her. But in season two, her dresses are destroyed in the first half of the season, and Sansa starts reverting back to her childhood. The colors start coming down, and she’s trying to alter things back to where she was. So at the end of it, she’s wearing something closer to her mother’s look. She’s come full circle.

A lot of people said her costume doesn’t fit. Well, of course it doesn’t! She’s a young girl trying to copy someone. Not everyone wears things brilliantly or beautifully, or has the access to do that. I think it’s really important that some things don’t fit. Some things are slightly odd.

(about the wedding dress) Her story starts at her lower back where the Tully fish and Stark Direwolf entwine as we move round to the front the Lannister Lion is becoming dominant over the Diawolf and at the back neck the Lions head is stamped onto Sansa. The dress colour was still very much Sansa Stark and the embroidery had pale golden tones but woven through the story are ripe red pomegranates, the red colour symbolising the growing Lannister influence over her.

Kevin Alexander talking about Sansa’s hair:

Everyone is breaking Sansa, all the way through the third season. They’re chipping away at her bit by bit. As time goes on, she starts to not care. We didn’t want her to go too glamorous.

Alexander tells he was really excited to do Sansa’s hair in the elaborate wedding style, because as he put it, the team is usually “deconstructing” hair on the show, making it look dirty and disgusting. For Sansa’s big moment she wore twisted braids woven through with tiny pearls and gold thread.


Stark kids + the classical elements (idea by celiatully)