Today is apparently Game of Thrones cosplay day. Earlier today I shared a resource for getting detailed reference photos to make your Westeros-inspired looks as authentic as can be, and now I’m sharing a creative Game of Thrones costume idea. Instead of dressing like a character from the series, Anna Lynn Cosplay and her friends dressed like creatures. They made costumes and turned into Daenerys Targaryen’s dragons.
Drogon, Viserion, and Rhaegal have been with Daenerys since the first season of the series. These cosplayers have taken each dragon’s signature colors and adapted them into dresses with matching wigs. This is a creative idea, but one touch makes the dragon looks especially fantastic: the dresses are all modeled on designs worn by Dany over the course of the series. Clever, right?
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