On Sunday (April 9) the cast of Game of Thrones is expected to gather in LA to premiere the shows seventh season. The cast is one of the best dressed ensembles on all of television and I have high expectations for the shows premiere this weekend. I always have the highest expectations for Emilia Clarke. Having become a darling of so many brands (and now the face of the Dolce & Gabbana fragrance ‘The One’) I always have high expectations. There really isn’t anything Dolce & Gabbana that I want Emilia to wear. I would love to see a bohemian side of Emilia on this red carpet wearing this gorgeous embroidered Christian Dior Spring 2017 Couture dress which features an a-line tea length skirt and thin straps. Emilia is a former face of Dior Fine Jewelry so it isn’t a stretch to wish for her to wear the label. This gown is earthy and elegant and something that I know that Emilia would look absolutely gorgeous on the red carpet wearing. Styling the look with a loose wavy bob, kohl rimmed eyes, a nude lip, and a simple pair of nude sandals would ensure that Emilia is a sure style star on this red carpet. It was been a year since we last saw Lena Headey on a red carpet at the premiere of Season 6 of Game of Thrones. I have missed Lena’s signature dark glamour on the red carpet and I am hoping that she will be back on the red carpet on Sunday night. If Lena will show up for this premiere that this black long sleeve Alexis Mabille Pre-Fall 2017 fitted gown which features a crew neckline, full length sleeves with gold button embellishments, and a slit at the leg. This gown is elegant and glamorous with a dark, romantic, and sexy side. I think that Lena would walk the red carpet wearing this gown exuding effortless sensual glamour and it would be a triumphant red carpet return. A loose updo, lined eye, red lip, and a pair of black and gold Christian Louboutin ‘Marchavekel’ peep toe platform sandals would make this a gorgeous wow moment for Lena.Maisie Williams is the avant garde starlet of this cast. When she steps out on the red carpet we never know what Maisie is going to bring to the red carpet. For Sunday nights premiere of season 7 of Game of Thrones I think I picked the most visually striking look for Maisie to wear. Nicholas Oakwell is an amazing British couturier and I love to see his designs on the red carpet. The label took a hot minute off of producing new runway collections but was back with a Fall 2016 Couture collection and that is where I found this amazing nude and red dip dyed ribbon fringe bustier cocktail dress. This fun avant garde creation deserves a red carpet moment and I think that Maisie is one of the few that could really take this look and make it the fun glamorous moment that it is. The person that wears this dress needs to work it to it’s full potential. I think that Maisie will twirl her way down the red carpet making this dress really come to life. I would turn this into a modern flapper moment with a vintage inspired bob, lined eye, nude lip, a red clutch, and a pair of red embellished Jimmy Choo ‘Romy’ pumps to add the perfect finishing touches. Nathalie Emmanuel goes up and down with whether or not I like her style. When she first burst onto the scene it was one big, bold look after another, but last year (and the beginning of this year) her style has been very up and down. I am hoping that for the Game of Thrones premiere on Sunday that Nathalie is on the upside. I think that if she stepped onto the red carpet wearing this black Monique Lhuillier Fall 2017 RTW camisole gown which features a heart shaped neckline with a flounce overlay, slim straps, metallic gold polka dots, and a full length skirt that Nathalie will be on top of her style game again. This gown is bohemian in its shape, but inherently glamorous that I know that it would be an absolutely major moment on the red carpet. Chic, yet teased out, curls, a smokey eye, nude lip, gold clutch, and black sandals would ensure that this is an absolutely gorgeous moment for Nathalie. Sophie Turner has the potential to be one of the most intriguing ingenues on the red carpet, but since she started a love affair with Louis Vuitton I have a hard time finding love with most of Sophie’s looks. Her looks with Vuitton are usually good, but I get so fatigued with the label that oftentimes I just find myself over the styles that Sophie is wearing. I would love to see Sophie step away from wearing Vuitton on Sunday night instead opting to go for total glamour wearing this blue and purple Elie Saab Fall 2017 RTW tulle halter gown which features lace embroidery, a full length skirt, a velvet ribbon belted waist, and a degrade design. This gown is moody glamour and I think that with her gorgeous flame red hair that this would be an incredibly striking red carpet moment. Styling those flame red locks into a sleek high ponytail adding a smokey eye, light pink glossy lip, cluster earrings, a silver box clutch, and a pair of strappy silver sandals would make this my favorite look of this bunch. A best dressed worthy look.