Through the past six seasons of "Game of Thrones," Daenerys Targaryen has proven herself to be one of the best-dressed characters on the show, whether outfitted for war or for ruling Slaver's Bay. But since she stayed mostly in warmer climates, it was hard to know how she would handle the coming winter.
Obviously, she's got her outerwear game on lock.
Daenerys mounted her dragon and rode for north of the Wall in the best fur coat this side of a Fendi runway. Ikea rugs, this is not: Her war-ready white-and-black striped, full-length coat is sharply shaped at the shoulders, as she prefers. The sleeves bell out just slightly, and the back features slits for easier riding.
At the back is a contrasting panel of brown and black that flares out at the bottom. Who knows where Daenerys got the fur, or why she's prepared for cold weather already, but damn if she didn't look regal as hell coming to Jon Snow's rescue. (No wonder he had heart eyes for days.)
She's wearing her silver chain with three dragons, which is especially sad now that [EXTREME SPOILER ALERT] Viserion has been co-opted by the alt-dead to become an ice dragon. She changes into something a little more simpler for her most intimate exchange with Jon Snow yet — of course, leave it to Daenerys to bring an outfit change all the way to the Wall — but while it's still perfectly lovely, we think this fur situation is her best #lewk to date.
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