¨GOTing¨ with Ghee

Sansa IV

As Game of Thrones Season 6 is set to premier in April, I am delighted by the song they chose to use for their trailer.  I´ve always been kind of in love with Chris Isaak´s Wicked Game to the point where I  had it on my SL´s profile for a long, long time.

The trailer uses a cover by James Vincent McMorrow which I find heart wrenching in all of it´s seemingly imperfection and probably the only other version that stands up to the original.

Meanwhile the House of Ghee is probably a die hard GOT fan as well, and for this round of The Instruments  they have prepared two regally imposing gowns based on the Television series.

Ghee Melisandre II

Game of Thrones Season 6 Trailer

Style Info

Pic 1

Inspired by the girl from The Land of Winterfell who will soon become a woman.  A winter coat gown with a chaperon cape and fluted long sleeves, both riveted in fur, that comes with a celtic like embroidery. Also available in Green, Teal and Violet.

One of the features I liked most about this gown is that it seems to have a certain 3D quality to it plus the hair is included to make sure it fits underneath the chaperone (hood). It comes with a color change HUD.

Ghee – Sansa Grown in Bronze. Available at The Instruments  LaGyo – Forehead Band.

Pic 2

Sleeveless gown with a hood and long cape in an exquisite textured solid pattern.  The cut stays close to the body and opens out from the top of the hip down. Available in Currant, Pine and Violet.

Ghee – Melisandre Gown and Cape Set  in Teal. Available at The Instruments. DDR – Headpiece. Osakki – Vintage bracelet. The Forge – Belt. !DM – Necklace.

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9 thoughts on “¨GOTing¨ with Ghee

  1. Those are amazing gowns, aren’t they? I’ve dipped in and out of GOT, having read the novels some time back now – it’s one thing to read about all the disasters and victories, violence and relationships, another thing to see it splattered across your screen in vivid technicolor without any of the prose or discussion. My usual dichotomy with novels and screenplays.

    1. I completely concur with that Moz. What I found in general is that there is no comparison to reading. It´s so much more rounded and deep. But it´s fun to watch a series or a movie to be able to ¨see¨ how another person conceived the same thing we read. Sometimes it´s very much like I ´ve seen them, then some others, it´s a complete disappointment 😀 xox

      1. Aweee yes. Problem is always with the graphic card and it happens to me too because I use a MAC. I do hope you can make it some day because with your special eye for details I believe you would enjoy it greatly!

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