Missandei’s Signature: Halterneck Dresses

I have yet to touch on Missandei’s style on this blog, and I regret it because first of all, Nathalie Emmanuel is so incredibly beautiful and secondly, her character Missandei is one of GoT’s hidden treasures. It would be easy for her to be completely overshadowed by Dany, but her sincerity and genuine goodness is refreshing against the violence and chaos of the show. And plus I love the whole romantic subplot between her and Grey Worm, although I’m not entirely sure how that would work out.

The first time we meet Missandei in season 2, she is a slave translator in Astapor before being rescued by Dany. Because of her position as a slave she has a literal leather and metal collar around her neck that starkly contrasts her soft yellow gown. Even after she becomes free, her collared, halter-like dresses have become part of her signature style and carried on throughout the seasons.

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This silhouette works great with her petite figure, and shows off her toned arms and shoulders. Sometimes halter dresses can overwhelm with too much fabric and look like a tent, but a belted look defines the waist.  Even without a belt to cinch everything in, the color blocking gives a similar illusion.

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She’s also been known to break out some two piece looks, with cropped tops and full length skirts that I just wanted to throw in here because she looks absolutely amazing. Can you tell I have a little bit of a girl crush?

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Balmain is one designer I’ve noticed who alludes to this same silhouette, and I think Missandei would definitely appreciate. In both his Spring and Fall RTW collections, Olivier Rousteing incorporated high necklines, wrapped tops, and collared necklaces that would work well with her style.

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