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Best Jamie Lannister Costume Guide
Anyone who knows about the HBO hit series, Game of Thrones, knows the name Lannister. Jamie Lannister is the son of Lord Tywin Lannister, twin brother of Cersei Lannister, and older brother to Tyrion Lannister. Unbeknownst to nearly everyone, Jamie and his sister have had an ongoing relationship. He is also the father to the bastard children Joffrey, Myrcella, and Tommen.
Jamie is known to be extremely arrogant and sarcastic. He doesn’t show respect to many people and comes off as cold. It has to be said, though, that Jamie is one of the best swordsmen in the land. However, when he loses his hand that he fights with. Jamie finds it difficult to regain his power. Be the proud and robust Jamie Lannister appearing in the Game of Thrones series with this complete costume guide. To get this medieval look, you will need a Jamie Lannister Costume, Black Pants, Brown Sword Belt, Jamie Lannister Foam Sword, Gold Gloves, and Leather Gauntlets.
Jamie Lannister Cosplay Costumes
As with all Game of Thrones costumes, Jamie Lannister’s is over the top and elaborately detailed. It’s excellent for new cosplayers who want to immerse themselves in their character, but the look is also great for experienced cosplayers. For novice cosplayers, it’s easy to find an entire outfit online to buy, or you can try to make it on your own with various bits and pieces. For the more experienced cosplayers, who like to sew and make their props, this can be a fun challenge.
Jamie Lannister can make a grand entrance on his own, but that shouldn’t mean you can’t invite other GoT fans along with you. Take your costume to the next level with a group costume. Pair up with the entire Lannister family, or involve characters such as Daenerys Targaryen, Khal Drogo, Jon Snow, Ned Stark, Arya Stark, Sansa Stark, Bran Stark, or any others you feel are worth Jaime’s time.
About Jamie Lannister
Jaime Lannister, played by actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, is the eldest son of Tywin Lannister. He can be polite and welcoming when he needs to be but is often cold and blunt when expressing his opinions. He and his twin sister Cersei were raised by the principle of ruthlessness, which led to their leadership qualities being amoral. He holds himself above others and prides himself in his position of the Kingsguard.
Through his upbringing and his secret relationship with Cersei, he has given up on the pretense of being a “good man.” He doesn’t care about his morality and isn’t heavily invested in political issues. The ideals of honor, respect, and loyalty can become an obsession and distract him from the task at hand. Although he can come off as prideful and cocky, he does care for his men and has more common sense than most others in positions of leadership on Game of Thrones.