Game of Thrones is one of the most popular TV shows that comes along with spectacular costumes worn by the fantasy people of Westeros. Most notable costumes that we’ve seen were on the characters Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) and Cersei Lannister’s (Lena Headey). During the Season 7 finale, we saw the Lannister queen sporting a knitted-like gray and black gown topped with an all black tee, where the Lannister sigil could be seen in the middle just below her neck. What everyone doesn’t know is that this costume was meant for her monstrous and deceitful nature.

Cersei Lannister’s Season 7 finale costume

Michele Clapton, the "Game of Thrones" costume designer recently sat down with HBO to discuss the attires of the notable characters during the Season 7 finale such as Cersei Lannister. "Something about the slashing and the twisting told you a lot about her character, a contradiction of the costume from the front," she revealed. "It's almost like a sting in the tail, something on edge as you see her walk away: there's something really disturbing about this woman." Her costume in the front is a fine design like of a gentle and sympathetic woman but the design at the back gives a clue about her grotesque nature.

Cersei’s costume design

Fans didn’t get to see much of the back of Cersei Lannister’s costume during “Game of Thrones” Season 7 finale but HBO’s blog shows the detailed appearance of the gown that she wore.

It turned out that the design at the back of her costume was spine-like, which conveyed a meaning that she was lying to Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) and Daenerys Targaryen. It can be recalled that she pledged to send her forces north to fight with Jon and Dany’s forces in an attempt to defeat the White Walkers. Unfortunately, she lied to them, which was the reason why her twin brother/lover Ser Jamie Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) left her for good.

The White Walkers

During “Game of Thrones” Season 7 finale, the army of the dead or the White Walkers reached the wall alongside the revived dragon of Daenerys and the giant wildlings. Obviously, they were already part of the dead led by the Night King. The dragon destroyed the wall and everyone knows what happens next. Apparently, everything ended with cliffhangers and we’re pretty sure we will get answers in Season 8, which will be the last and final season of the series.

“Game of Thrones” Season 8 is expected to premiere in 2018 or it could be as far away as the spring of 2019. Production will start in October 2017. Stay tuned!