Items You’ll Need:
- Wedding DressSee on Amazon
- Joffrey CrownSee on Amazon
- Sonora Pant ManSee on Amazon
- Joffrey belt See on Amazon
- Knee-High Black BootsSee on Amazon
- Widow’s Wail SwordSee on Amazon
Experience the Power of King Joffrey with a Villian Costume
Are you ready to embody the ruthless King Joffrey Baratheon? The Joffrey Baratheon Costume is here to help you bring the infamous ruler of Westeros to life. With this cosplay costume, you can rule with an iron fist and show off your power as the most hated king in the Seven Kingdoms. Whether you’re attending a costume party or want to immerse yourself in the world of Game of Thrones, this costume will help you make a statement and leave a lasting impression on everyone around you. So, don your crown, and get ready to take control of the Seven Kingdoms with the Joffrey Baratheon Costume.
Joffrey Baratheon Costume Dressing Guide
Game of Thrones costumes are a popular choice for costume lovers. Game of Thrones King costume is perfect for Halloween or themed parties, and it includes various items, to help you achieve the look of the infamous King Joffrey. You will need a wedding dress, made with quality fabric, Jewelry jewelry-fitted Joffrey crown, Sonora pants, a Joffrey Baratheon belt, knee-high black boots, and the Widow’s wail sword to get the complete look.
Put on a slip or petticoat if the dress requires one.
Put on the wedding dress designed with jewelry, starting from the arms and pulling it over the head.
Fasten the zippers or buttons at the back.
Adjust the train of the dress if necessary.
Put on the Joffrey Baratheon Costume crown by placing it on the top of your head.
Fasten the buckle or ties at the back of the crown.
Adjust the crown to fit comfortably and securely on your head.
Put on underwear and remove shoes.
Put on the Sonora pants, starting by putting one leg through the leg hole.
Repeat for the other leg.
Pull up the pants to the waist.
Fasten the zipper and buttons at the waist.
Loop the belt around the waist, ensuring the buckle is at the front.
Fasten the buckle by inserting the end of the belt into the clip.
Adjust the belt to fit comfortably and securely around the waist.
Put on socks.
Insert the foot into the boot, starting with the heel.
Push the foot into the boot until the heel is secure.
Repeat the same process for the other boot.
Zip or buckle up the boots.
Fasten the sword scabbard to the Joffrey Baratheon belt.
Remove the sword from the sheath.
Hold the sword with your hand, balancing the weight.
Check that the Joffrey Baratheon Costume toys sword is securely grasped before using it.
About Prince Joffrey Baratheon
Prince Joffrey Baratheon is a fictional character in the popular book series “A Song of Ice and Fire” by George R.R. Martin and its television adaptation, “Game of Thrones.” Actor Jack Gleeson portrayed him in the television show.
Joffrey Baratheon was born as the firstborn son of King Robert Baratheon and Queen Cersei Lannister. However, it was later revealed that he was not Robert’s son but the product of Cersei’s incestuous relationship with her twin brother Jaime Lannister. Despite this, Joffrey was raised as the prince and heir to the Iron Throne of the Seven Kingdoms.
King Robert Baratheon wore high-quality materials, but generally, his clothes were mostly functional, as he was at heart a soldier who won his throne on the battlefield and didn’t care about being fashionable.
Joffrey was known for his cruel, sadistic, and entitled personality, causing fear and terror among the people of Westeros. He was also seen as a coward, often relying on his bodyguards to protect him during battles and other dangerous situations. Despite his cruelty, Joffrey is loyal to his family, especially his mother, Cersei, who was the real power behind the throne.
Throughout the series, Joffrey caused several significant events, including Eddard Stark’s beheading, the King’s hand, and the Warden of the North, which led to the War of the Five Kings outbreak. He also mistreated his betrothed, Sansa Stark, and was responsible for the death of several innocent people.
Joffrey’s reign as King was short-lived, as he was killed at his wedding to Margaery Tyrell by poisoning. His death was a turning point in the War for the Iron Throne, resulting in several factions vying for power.