Sansa Stark shall we go gif
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Thank you Butcher_Of_Hope for this gif from S4E8: http://reddit.com/r/HighQualityGifs/...
Sansa Stark looks like she's shopping at the Vale's Hot Topic.
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No way man! She looks like she's shopping in the closets of Maleficent and also the queen from "Snow White and the Huntsman". Has she suddenly decided to stop being a mouseburger and let her evil freak flag fly?!?!
Sure does look that way:
Thank you LookMaImRoadkill for making this gif:
Reddit comment about Sansa's necklace:
Sansa's necklaces are a good indicator of her status and mindset over the course of the series.
In season one, she wears a Lannister lion necklace that Joffrey gives to her. Cersei has the same necklace, and Sansa even starts styling her hair like Cersei and the ladies at court. After Ned's death, Sansa does not wear this necklace again until she marries Tyrion (she was probably forced to do so).
In seasons two and three, Sansa wears either a dragonfly or butterfly necklace. There is lots of bird and flying imagery surrounding Sansa. Sandor Clegane calls her Little Bird. Cersei calls her Little Dove. Also, Sansa has a known love of songs and stories, and "The Prince of Dragonflies" is a popular romantic song in Westeros. Now she's with Littlefinger, who adopted a mockingbird sigil. She is also hiding out in the Vale of Arryn. The sigil of House Arryn is a falcon.
In season four, she receives the necklace from Dontos, which she believes is an old family heirloom of his, but actually contains the poison used to kill Joffrey.
I'd be curious to know what this necklace symbolizes, since the meaning is not immediately apparent. I like the idea that it might be an allusion to the Moon Door.
ϴ is a symbol of the Greek capital letter theta. In geometry textbooks, it is commonly used for marking unknown angles. Combined with the way she enters the room in the staircase scene - in plain view, but at the same time obsocured by the light and hard to comprehend, it might have been used as a complimentry symbolism of her current transformation.
Suddenly she's lying her dress off to save Littlefinger?!
Looks like Sansa wants to play the Game!
Next up: Revenge on the Freys, the Boltons... And Cersei.
Little Dove no more!!
Note that Sansa has dyed her hair to cover up the fact that she's Sansa Stark!
This was made by Claire Hummel aka shoomlah:
Sansa knows what Littlefinger wants.
Sansa has had time to learn from Cersei, Margaery, Tyrion, and now Baelish. Game on!
A lot can happen between now and never: