Daenerys Cosplay Refs and Help.

So many lovely outfits and you’re looking, most can be made using modern patterns. You can buy some of these to made on commission or you can make it yourself. As with Joffrey, I’ll do my best to include as much information as possible and anything I don’t know or can’t find info on I’ll try and find you at least a few websites that might help.

For the hair it will have its own section so dont look for it under each outfit. 


Personally I think an infinity dress would work well for this but thats up to you. It appears to be a silvery grey fabric, with part of the dress attached to silver arm cuffs. The straps are also black and silver. You could either sew these on or wear something under neath the dress, but only let the straps show. 

Not sure exactly what kind of fabric it is, it has kind of a crinkly texture, some people have made it using georgette fabric, satin, chiffon AND satin, silk etc. Its up to you. If you decide to use an infinity dress pattern, you will want something with a little elastic. But if you are making it as an all in one, can dress slip into dress, you made not need to.

In the centre, is her two headed dragon brooch pin.

Her hair is mostly loose but beautifully connected by small silver beads, in various places.

Props that could work with this are the dragon eggs, find them in the prop section XD.

Fabric Ideas:  1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13.

Straps: 1,2,3,4,5, 6,7,8,9.

Pin Brooch: 1,2 (may be selling one),3,4, 5,6, 7,8.

Arm Cuffs: 1 (tutorial),2,3.

Any will be fine.

Patterns: 1,2,3,4,5.

Buy The Outfit: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7.


This outfit seems to grow in its decorations throughout the series. So some cosplayers opt for plain and others for intricate. It appears to be a wrap dress, but made of stiff blue fabric. She wears leggings/tights/whatever in grey beneath it with …boots? Idk hard to tell. She usually wears a claw necklace with this.

A few of the cosplay ones and comissioned ones are made out of blue linen. So.. thats an option.

Fabric Ideas:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13.


Double Claw Version: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.

How to embroider with beads:  1,2,3,4,5,6.

Pattern: 1,2,3,4.

Buy The Outfit: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7.


Love this one and its pink version. The skirt/under dress will be the easiest to do, simple brown fabric, maybe something like suede? idk. Its been worn with a pleted white under dress/skirt in promos. But thats not what you want to know. 

You want to know how to do that blue part and the lace armour. Don’t worry. Theres an app for that. (not really… im trying to be witty..) I can’t decide if its blue and silver or blue and pale gold or some other blue pattern. I chose blue and silver. 

Fabric Ideas: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7.

Lace Armour (tutorial): 1,2,3,4,5,6,7.

Patterns: 1,2,3.

Spoonflower: 1.


Very similar to above. Except in pink with leather armour. Very nice. :) 

I think the fabric is pink with silver leaves but anything pink and silver will be fine. You may have to add the leave via painting them on or embroidering them.

Fabric Ideas: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11.

Armour Patterns/tutorials: (refer also to outfit 2) 1,2,3,4,5.

Pleather, vinyl or worbla would work for this.

Armour (buy): 1.

Spoonflower: 1.

Patterns: 123.


This one so beautiful and flowy. Blue with a gold pattern. Most cosplayers agree that to get as accurate as possible, pick a blue fabric, a light fabric and sponge the gold on. However I’ve also provided you with fabric ideas if you dont want to do this.

Fabric Ideas: 1,2, 3,4,5,6,7,8.

some people opt for a more flowly, see through fabric and wear slips/under skirts with nude bras.

Shoulder and Belt Patterns/Tutorials: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9.

Shoulder and Belt (buy): 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9.

Beads: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8.

Assorted wooden and glass beads. Lampwork perhaps. Check charity stores for chunky jewellery or places that sell beads.

Patterns: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11.


Dress and skirt combo in very earth fabrics and colours. A pin is worn on the left breast, a smaller worn is worn beneath, both to probably hold the halter top together. And two belts are worn over the hips of the skirt. Leggings are worn beneath with high pale boots. And gloves are occasionally worn. 

Suede or linin would work for the skirt.

Fabric Ideas (halter top): 1,2, 3,4,5,6,7,8,9.

Belts: 1,2,3,4 (findings. or you may have to make your own :/)

Pin: 1,2,3,4,5.

Its a penannular brooch. 

Patterns: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10.

Buy The Outfit: 1,2,3.


Two different dress here. One white shift dress with a penannular brooch thats is its ownly decoration and a white dress, an infinity style pattern would work for, and the slave collar. She wears a bronze belt. 

No fabric ideas for this. White for one, cream or very light brown for the other.

Shift dress patterns: 1,2,3,4,5

Infinity dress patterns: 1,2. (so the wedding dress section for more.)

Slave Collar: 1,2.

Collar Tutorial:  1,2


Both worn in seson 1 and if I’m not mistaken, the same episode? The first is very see through and I advise that if you plan to wear… wear something underneath, whether its a leotard, a slip, nude bra + underskirt. Its up to you.

I think its a lavender, pale lavender colour, with a thing thin white fabric worn over the top. Again no fabric ideas for this as they are plain fabrics. There are double/triple headed dragon annular brooches on both shoulders.

There might be stitching beneath the breasts, but I can’t tell.

The other dress has been called the Kings Landing Maxi Dress. I think its a pale pink but others disagree and call it lavender as well. Its up to you which you choose. The whole thing its stitched in a darker colour and held up with cords. 

Not really any tutorials or patterns. Especially not for the back. 

Slip Dress Patterns: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7

Kings Landing Maxi Patterns:1,2 (might be able to help you)3(not sure about this one),4.

Brooches: 1, 2 (may be selling one), 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.


Gold or light brown scaly and pointy looking top with a layered skirt or a black/dark blue skirt with trims around it. Im sorry Im not good at describing. 

There probably wont be any patterns for the top. I can only find ones similiar, but they will probably only be similiar in shape and back only. :(

Fabric ideas: 1, 23 (spandex though :( ), 45.

Top Patterns: 1.

Skirt Patterns: 12.

Sorry not much help with this one :( You could try something like burlap, a stiff fabric and paint on the scales of her top but beside that idk. Couldn’t find any cosplays either.


She has one them a few times so heres a few tutorials/patterns for you to play with.

Cloak Patterns: 123.

Shoulder Armour: 123.


You’re probably going to get a wig for this, let’s face it, not all of us were born with pale blonde hair. Sometimes its loose and sometimes its very intricate. You can buy either a pre braided wig or one for you to braid yourself. 

Lacefront wig is probably your best bet.

(fortunatly someone all ready made a list of a few so I’ll start with those!)

Pre Braid: 1234567.

Plain: 12, 345, 678910.

Arda wigs reccomndations: Arwen in titanium blond, Luthien in the same, Matilda, 

Tutorials: 1234567891011121314151617.

Full guide.


The most obvious are going to be either the dragon eggs or dragons themselves. Of course that might be a little hard but thats why tutorials were invented and there are many! You can also buy them too.

Egg Tutorials: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.

Eggs to buy: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13.

Ok..I’ve done my best with this and  she will probably have more outfits to come. Apologies for missing letters my keyboard is on the fritz. And for any double posts, kept getting distracting by new kitten. If you have any questions or more Game of Thrones requests, feel free to hit my ask.



Some pictures of me in my Dany cosplay!!! I got like no pictures at the convention bc I got overwhelmed by the amount of ppl there on Saturday and sat in a corner 90% of the day, lol

I am planning on doing one of outfits with pants next, because walking 4+ miles in a dress with chub rub is not fun at all.

Also I LOVED that amazing Ned Stark I took a picture with. His chair was the best thing I’ve ever seen in my life.

Fantastic Dany Cosplay!

Brisbane Supanova 2013 - Daenerys Targaryen - season 3 episode 7
Cosplay Tutorial [x]

Brisbane Supanova 2013 - Daenerys Targaryen - season 3 episode 7

Cosplay Tutorial [x]

Brisbane Supanova 2013 - Daenerys Targaryen - season 3 episode 7
Cosplay Tutorial [x]

Brisbane Supanova 2013 - Daenerys Targaryen - season 3 episode 7

Cosplay Tutorial [x]

Daenerys Cosplay Brown Weaved Belt Tutorial Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 7

Hi guys, Another tutorial from me! This practically completes my daenerys cosplay [just have to rebraid my wig] so today I’m going to show you how I made the belt shown here: 

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Alright cool, so the first thing I did was go through my scraps, I found some cheap vinyl that I once bought in a scraps bin that was gray, all I did was put some brown acrylic paint on it. From the photo it looks like its kind of braided somehow… I decided just weaving it would be fine. I don’t really know how they made that belt, but it looks so cool.

I started off with cutting long, thin pieces which would go the entire way around my waist, and then cutting short 11cm strips for the sides. Then I started cutting longer pieces, the longest being 13cm, to go in the middle diamond. I then started weaving from one side, making sure it was as tight as possible. 

 photo ef49bf68-fead-4ad8-93f5-ce98e5813e11_zpsbd5a27cf.jpgI had to keep pulling on them to make them as tight as possible so there was near to no gaps between the strips. Then I got out my hot glue gun and began gluing the edges on to the back. It got a bit messy, as hot glue guns are. But at the end just pick off all the dried strings of glue that stick to the piece. 

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As I kept this process up it got very easy. However, when I reached the middle it was definitely not a walk in the park. The middle requires extra length way pieces, and to be kind of made like steps with the weaving. My problem is I kept underestimating how long I wanted the lengthways pieces and I had to keep gluing extensions on. It was a mess! But It turned out alright and I hid all the places I went wrong. 

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Once the entire length of the belt was weaved, I cut a long piece of the vinyl to shape of the belt and hot glued it to the belt as shown below, to neaten it up and make it more comfortable to wear.

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Below is a picture of me wearing the belt, I don’t think it’s too bad! Not exactly like the belt she wears, but I think its quite close don’t you think! And sure it’s a little messy in the middle, but it serves the purpose hah

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That concludes this tutorial for the belt Daenerys wears in the respective episode. Now to rebraid the wig, and then the entire collection is done ready for Supanova in two weeks!!!!! So excite. 

Thanks guys for any support you have given me, I know its support cause I have never gotten as much likes/reblogs on my tutorials as I did in my white dress tutorial! So thank you!

Daenerys Targaryen White Dress Tutorial from Season 3 episode 7

Hello! Today I will be showing you how I created the white dress from the episode “The Bear and the Maiden Fair” 

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This is the dress and respective episode. As you can see it is a simple dress gathered in the front with two separate pieces. The main dress goes all around and is a shade of ivory or coffee and the front panel is just a strip of white fabric. It looks like a silk dupioni or some material like that. However, I find a stretch fabric that was just too gorgeous to pass by, it was in the clearance section and it didn’t have the type of fabric labelled so I asked the lady at the counter and she said it was just left over dress fabric and she didn’t know. I don’t even know how to describe the material. Here is a picture: 

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Gorgeous right? Anyway, so first I just folded it over and pinned two rough square pieces together allowing for extra in the front panel up the top cause i knew it would be gathered together. 

photo P1010153_zps860eac48.jpgThen to make it off white I practised some coffee staining/tea staining and found the perfect hue to dye the main piece. 

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Test pieces.

photo P1010159_zps3b03d2f7.jpgI ended up using like 12 bags of black tea in a bathtub of boiling water and soaking for like 2-3 hours and then hanging out to dry. It came out pretty well. 

Then I gathered both the main piece at the front and white front panel using a needle and thread and pulling it all together and securing with a heavy knot. I did it twice on both panels to make sure it was strong enough. photo 5151c8c7-80f3-411c-ad6a-bbb3e1dbde18_zps9c11b590.jpg

Then I sewed both panels where they have been gathered together, as tight as I could cause this is connected to the neckpiece and I wanted it as light as possible so it doesn’t weigh down and possibly snap the neckpiece. 

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And then I grabbed a scrap piece of black cotton which is what I used to connect to the neckpiece. I wrapped it around the gathered pieces and made sure there was enough extra spare to actually go through the hole in the neckpiece. I sewed the black cotton strap to the gathered pieces by hand just trying to get it as well connected as possible, and I did it twice because if one piece of string broke it would all fall apart, so I made sure I reinforced it a few times. 

photo P1010191_zps83eceeb3.jpgAnd then I used those two straps to wrap through the hole and back and tie in a knot together around the neckpiece. I then sewed the knot together and such so that it wouldn’t come apart. 

Next I cut the bottom of the dress so it would have a small puddle tail [its not too noticeable] and then sewed the hems of the bottom pieces just to make it a bit neater.  

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AND TA DA! It is done! It’s super easy! I didn’t have any troubles with it. 

Here is what it looks like on! I think I only need to make a few adjustments i.e I’m going to pin it to my undergarments so that it takes some of the weight off the neckpiece and I’m probably going to take it in a bit more and sew the top seam somehow to make it neater at the back. But yeah I’m pretty happy with this! But now I have to make the belt… which looks hard! So wish me luck :D


If you guys missed it the tutorial on the Slave Collar Necklace made out of sculpey is here
Daenerys Season 3 Episode 7 White Slave Collar Dress Neckpiece Tutorial.

Hi everyone! Finally some new content to upload! Today I’ll be showing you how I designed and created Daenerys Slave Collar Neckpiece for my next cosplay from the particular episode of Game of Thrones “The Bear and the Maiden Fair.”

Some reference photos:

Photo of the cosplay I will be doing:

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Photo of the neckpiece: 
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This picture is very edited, I found it on tumblr to use as a reference photo. She wears this neckpiece almost throughout the entire series so it could be helpful for her other costumes during the season to read through this tutorial.

For this particular piece I used: 

  1. Black Scupley [You can use any kind of clay molding, I bought extra cause I predicted I would screw up the first one - which I did]
  2. Any kind of polymer varnish. You can ask a store clerk for assistance as to which one you want to use. I used Matte. 
  3. Some strips of Brown/black leather or pleather, it doesn’t matter what you use.
  4. Aluminium foil to help the sculpey mould. 

I knew the Clay would be difficult to use cause I’m not very experienced with it. So I wrapped some aluminium foil around my neck to make a mould of my neck, it didn’t really help that much so its optional. Good to try and wrap my mind about how thick or how curved I wanted it to be.

On a board I rolled out a line of scupley and rolled it into a open circle. I attached a small piece in the centre which is wear my dress will be attached. A made two small holes on each end because this is where the leather will loop through so you can tie the neckpiece around your neck. This was the hardest part and I spent ages trying to get it as smooth as possible. 

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I wrapped it around a make shift aluminium foil trying to get the shape as good as possible so that when I wear it around my neck it fits well. I think its essential to create some kind of mould to put the sculpey on. You don’t want it to heat up absolutely straight stiff cause when you put that on it won’t sit right. This took a lot of time to figure out so just take my advice.

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Put it in the oven, and adjust your temperature and time according to your oven. My oven is slow so I had it in for half an hour. When you take it out of the oven, careful not to touch the sculpey as it could easily move out of shape and even snap cause its still fragile. Once it cools you can tell its done by how stiff it is. 

 Coat the neckpiece in some Polymer Varnish, I used Matte Varnish and did 3 coats. It doesn’t matter how rough this neckpiece looks as it doesn’t have to be perfect. Mine had a fair few bubbles in it, I wasn’t paying much attention to what I was doing! But oh well. You can always sandpaper the varnish off and re-do it I’m pretty sure.

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Yeah it looks a bit rough, but the shape is right! Hooray! [I’ll let you in on a secret, I did 4 attempts at this so by the end I’m pretty happy it only turned out a little bit bad] 

Lastly, pull two straps of brown or black leather/pleather through the two ends and stitch it together roughly. No one sees this part so I don’t think it matters too much. [You could probably use any kind of material for this but I think the pleather I used looks nice plus its rather stretchy so any weight pulling the neckpiece down the stress should be on the pleather and not the clay.] 

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And thats that! All you need to do is tie the straps around your neck just as any other necklace! 

Here is some photos of me wearing my new neckpiece!

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My ask box is always open for queries. I should disclaim that I am still an inexperienced cosplayer, i.e my first time with sculpey. But I’d love to be helpful to anyone who is looking for advice or anything really. 

Okay now that the seasons concluded I know what will be my next cosplay!

Although she only wears this dress for one scene, it looks super easy and not as uncomfortable as my last cosplay! Yay so excited!

I will have to get some better quality images later :D 

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So I reused my Daenerys costume for a ‘Around the World’ themed party, like as if I’d wanna do Earth. Totally did Westeros and pretended to be a dothraki handmaiden, didn’t feel like wearing the wig. So here are some nice pictures with my costume shown and a silly one! Enjoy!

Also, the only thing running through my head when seeing these photos is ‘DAENERYS GOT ON A BOAT’