The actress, 25, has been enjoying time in the Big Apple while promoting her upcoming film Twisters.
The British star gained recognition for her starring role in Normal People alongside Paul Mescal.
The brunette beauty turned heads in a long brown raincoat which boasted a belt that she tied around her waist.
Daisy wore a black top and trousers underneath the coat and sported chic shades.
Daisy Edgar Jones looked chic in a fashionable trench coat and boots as she stepped out in New York City on Sunday
The brunette beauty turned heads in a long brown raincoat which boasted a belt that she tied around her waist and sported some chic glasses.
The Where the Crawdads Sing actress held onto a Gucci luggage bag and later was seen pushing a black suitcase around.
She wore an array of gold-chained necklaces for a luxurious touch and further accessorised her look with some chunky gold hoops.
Daisy who is currently dating Anya Taylor-Joy’s photographer ex-boyfriend Ben Seed carried a small black handbag over her wrist and held onto her phone.
Her dark locks were tied back into a bun, as she showed off her striking fringe.
The outing comes after Daisy and Jessica Chastain dressed to impress as they attended the Gucci Ancora Party in New York City the evening before.
The actress looked incredible as she arrived wearing a pink plunging satin minidress which boasted black lace detailing on the neckline.
She kept comfortable in a pair of black platform loafers and toted her belonging around in a matching handbag.
Daisy kept warm under a stylish long beige coat and accessorised with a pair of chunky gold hoop earrings.
Daisy Edgar-Jones dressed to impress as she attended the Gucci Ancora Party in New York City on Saturday evening
The beauty flashed her gorgeous smile as she posed with Jessica at the glamorous star-studded event.
She put on a confident display on the red carpet as she worked her best angles for the camera.
According to IMDB, Daisy’s upcoming film Twisters, out in the summer sees a pair of storm chasers risk their lives in an attempt to test an experimental weather alert system.