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Cosplay Like a Real Stark with GAME OF THRONES’ Costume Collection

Cosplay Like a Real Stark with GAME OF THRONES’ Costume Collection

Citizens of Westeros, now is the time for you to take up arms and prove to the Realm your allegiance to Game of Thrones: HBO has teamed up with Museum Replicas to make it that much easier for you to do so, particularly you vassals of House Stark, the initial recipients of replica wearable costumes and props. And you can purchase them online right now if you want! How’s that for instant gratification?

LARPers and cosplayers alike are sure to get into the garments of Robb Stark, Ned Stark, and Jon Snow — three of the North’s most honorable men — as winter draws closer and a need to defend the Wall inches ever near. Museum Replicas has tendered swords, peasecods, shirts, and gambesons from leather both genuine and faux, cotton, latex, and faux fur to ensure the look and feel of these noble men are fully captured. Just take a look:


The first cycle of outfits in the Game of Thrones replica costume collection — available at — are:
Jon Snow: Longclaw Latex Sword, Cape of the North, Shirt, Peasecod, Royal Belt, Gambeson
Ned Stark: Ice Latex Sword, Peasecod, Shirt, Gambeson
Robb Stark: Latex Sword of Robb Stark

So which one are you going to wear to your next fantasy fantasy league meet-up? Let us know in the comments.


  1. Dafydd says:

    Hey I’m a boy of 15 but I’m small for my age (around 5 foot) from the UK. For Halloween myself and my friends are doing a game of thrones theme party. I’m going as Robb stark and would love some help on how to make a costume and find maybe a sword for my costume

  2. Liz says:

    I don’t even want to see a woman’s garment from whoever designed that cloak. Is that even two leather straps across the front? Looks like an X stamped out of not-leather to me. It’s structurally unsound and probably won’t last through a single Halloween party. Draping faux fur bathmat across your shoulders doesn’t make you look like Jon Snow.

    As for the rest of them, clearly the materials are a problem, though I do love the quilting. But overall, no I don’t think ” the look and feel of these noblemen was fully captured”.

  3. Lauren says:

    Soooo… women’s costumes?

  4. Christel says:

    Yeah, can we get some stuff for the ladies, like, soon?

  5. Nicole says:

    Can you possibly do the queen ? the brunette woman who married Jofferey….. oh whats her name… I like her gowns so far and Brienne she is tall and built which would make decent plus sized costumes

  6. Tessa says:

    I need some of Daenerys Targaryen’s outfits.

  7. Meg says:

    What I need is a gown for Cersei Lannister.