Here Are Some Very Serious Tips On How To Wear Dragon Print


'Game of Thrones' fashion for spring? Groundbreaking!

After throwing yourself into the movie-length drama that was the Battle of Winterfell, it's impossible to just pull yourself out of it and go to work like everything is fine. (Like, can we talk about that Arya scene?!)

But there's more to Game of Thrones than just dramatic tension. It's also, you know, ripe with fashion inspiration that can go from Westeros to the real world with no problem. At least, that's most definitely the case with dragon print, which some people in our office are embracing as the next best trend for spring.

Get all the Very Serious Tips about how to wear dragon print in the video, above.

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