Cosplaying as Game of Thrones’ fierce Lord of the Light priestess isn’t easy. Melisandre doesn’t wear gowns that are as fancy as Cersei’s or Daenerys’ dresses, but they’re still elegant and clearly made from quality material. Redditor and maker MeliTali replicated the character’s crimson robes and explained how she put together the look:
Dress is self-made from upholstery fabric
Necklace is self-made from thin craft foam sandwiched in worbla + rhodolite garnet E6000’d onto the worbla
Wig is from Pose Wigs
Torch is from Amazon
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