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Honey, we're not in Westeros anymore. Click through to see—and of course, shop—nine of the surviving Game of Thrones ladies' best red carpet looks from the show's Season 4 premiere in NYC last night.
Sophie Turner
As one of the only female cast members who doesn't wear a wig on the show (yep, that's her natural hair!), Sophie let her red strands fly while wearing a flirty Peter Pilotto minidress. Click through to shop the look.
Maisie Williams
Our little Arya Stark is growing up so fast! Maisie opted for a totally age-appropriate white dress and chartreuse heels—while letting those enviously bushy brows speak for themselves. Click through to shop the look.
Emilia Clarke
This backless Donna Click was a fittingly glamorous choice for Westeros' resident Mother of Dragons. Emilia matched it with strappy heels and a retro 'do. Click through to shop the look.
Rose Leslie
Jon Snow's tomboyish on-camera lady love Rose went ultra-ladylike in this delicately printed white gown. Click through to shop the look.
Lena Headey
Quite the departure from Cersei Lannister's navel-graving, middle-parted dark blonde signature hairstyle, Lena's black hair matched her dramatic Jenny Packham gown. Click through to shop the look.
Carice van Houten
Adios, Red Lady! Carice's red carpet style is always on point, if only evidenced by last night's metallic Christian Dior tea-length dress. It's just so good. Click through to shop the look.
Gwendoline Christie
Almost unrecognizable with her super-trendy platinum pixie (well, demi-pixie), Gwendoline wore a ladylike Giles frock with asymmetric detailing. Click through to shop the look.
Nathalie Emmanuel
As Daenerys Targaryen's handmaiden Missandei, it's only appropriate that this girl-power actress brought pants to the red carpet. Click through to shop the look.
Sibel Kekilli
This belted gown is a trendy departure from the draped and breezy Grecians gowns in which we're often used to seeing Sibel's character Shae. Click through to shop the look.