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Posted on July 29, 2014
Sophie Turner attends Entertainment Weekly’s 2014 Comic-Con Celebration in San Diego, California in a Matthew Williamson dress from the Fall 2014 collection.
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I like it. The shoes go great with it, and she’s wearing it a lot better than the model. I love the splash of red lip as well.
The red lip mirrors the sole of her shoes!
Oh man, so glad you said that, because I was thinking it was her toenail polish til I scrolled back up to look.
And the blue in the dress, her eyes. Too much matchy for me.
I’m not loving the side hip panel. I keep thinking that i am seeing two different dresses photoshopped onto the same girl. I am not sure i dislike the dress itself, but I don’t think it is doing Sophie any favors. She looks fierce though. Hair could use a trim, though.
I bet that hair is contractually obligated.
Much like Jon Snow’s hair.
I like the side panel, but I wish it didn’t look like she’s holding it in place.
Yeah, she needs it shorter or at least a lot more layered. It’s weighing itself down and super flat around her crown.
I Like the dress and the pops of red, but lord that’s a weird way to hold your arm.
Maybe she was afraid of looking too broad-shouldered if she held her arm out to the side, fully akimbo. The result is that now she looks like she has one shrunken little arm.
OH my god. Now I can’t unsee it.
Wow I’m never quite sure of the importance of good posing but this is a great illustration… Thanks for pointing it out!
sophie, as a fellow pin-headed, broad shouldered gal… stop.
I actually love her shoulders. I don’t see a reason for girls not to emphasize them. I personally have wider shoulders in proportion to my torso and I don’t mind it, nor do I try to disguise/obscure my shape and pull attention away from them and worry about sleeves and necklines . The days of narrow sloping shoulders as feminine ideal are long past, I believe.
nowhere in my comment did i say she shouldn’t emphasize them. this is not a flattering neckline for someone with a small head and broad shoulders, and she makes this mistake far too often.
I like this very much. Looks better on her than the model. I think the proportions of this skirt really work for her.
Meh, it’s okay. Don’t like the makeup or the hair. The hair is likely in part for the show, but that makeup was put on with a trowel.
The outfit is cute, but the hair and makeup is making her look twice her age.
If they slather on so much makeup you can’t move your face, there is a problem. And I don’t think that’s her red. If they’d gone lighter on the makeup, this would’ve worked very well with the hair and dress.
Agree, I don’t think this look or this event requires such a heavy hand with the makeup, and i don’t like this particular red on her. It’s all too severe.
I think that dress is for models only. That hip panel makes anyone but the skinniest of beanpoles look much wider than they actually are.
She needs a better makeup/style team. Either the people styling her have no idea what they’re doing, and/or her taste is off.
She rarely looks good on the carpet, but she’s beautiful. I don’t get it.
Sansssssaaa your mother would have done much better
It’s something so random and needless that it seems like one of those instances where the designer just threw something in there and yelled DESIGN!!! and felt his job was done.
Randomness aside, I don’t hate it on her. And it’s interesting–it definitely made me look twice, so if that’s what she was going for in wearing it, then mission accomplished.
there’s something weird about her makeup… the bronzer?? but that dress is great on her.
I kinda like the dress
Sophie’s red carpet appearances always seem to disappoint me. I think the hairstyles that she usually defaults to are not very flattering on her (or maybe I’m just tired of the same thing over and over again). Her makeup looks good here, but her sartorial choices often don’t work. The waist of the dress doesn’t hit her at the right place, and it’s doing weird things to the proportions of her torso. And I really hate that random patch of blue fabric anyway.
All of this x 1000.
Top it all off with the fact that it makes no sense at Comic-Con. It’s too dressy, and completely un-nerdly. There’s no sense of fun or wit about it to justify being overdressed. Meh.
I think the hair is too long and always ends up just hanging there. I try to be forgiving because they likely want Sansa to have long hair, but I wish they would try a ponytail or something. I also think the fake tan and makeup is a bit much. She and Maisie are either the same age or year apart, but Sophie looks like a 30 year old in the face with all that heavy makeup on.
I totally understand that she probably can’t do something too drastic with her hair because of the show, but like you said, a ponytail, or a braid, SOMETHING else every once in a while, would suit her better.
I know nothing about her but her pics always remind me of Russian Mail-Order Brides.
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Wow, she looks….high.
Right? I couldn’t get past the expression on her face, which said glazed and miserable to me.
The dress is interesting, but I wish there was something else with the blue higher up (no, I have no idea what). I get that the neck decoration echos the pattern on the blue panel, but would love to see some other blue evidence on the top half (admittedly I may be biased because I love that shade of blue).
Not a super-fan of that lipstick (it looks heavy), but it kind of echoes Sansa in being thrown into a more adult environment than she belongs, so it has some resonance to her character.
This is like she learned to sew and made her own dress.
Why is she standing like that? Is she afraid the blue panel will fall off if she doesn’t hold it??
Well that blue piece does look like someone just walked by and slapped it on.
Someone on here made a Boy George reference the other day. With that neck detail, it’s even more pronounced. Can’t. Unsee.
If I still had my purple porkpie hat, I’d send it to her.
The head suit is full on Jessica Rabbit. The dress, however, is not. It’s a bit discordant.
what’s with the pose?! :/
Go up a size.The draping is all wonky because the dress is meant to hang a bit away from the body. It looks all distorted and makes no sense skin tight.
The color/pattern blocking looks like a completely random design element. I don’t like it, or the cheap “jewels” at the neckline.
Who is she and why does that dress make her look like a shapeless slab? It’s cute and the colors work for her, but the shape is nasty and does her no favors.
Game of Thrones actress.
Thank you, kitten. I read all of GoT but stopped watcihng after the second episode.
The marimekko-like blue fabric is sort of retro-casual, which is at odds with the weird collar embellishment and the Fancy Sandals. It just looks off-kilter, even on the model. Add that 8th-grade-dance hair and makeup, and it’s even worse.
I expect much more fuckery out of frankendresses. Frankly, this is a disappointment.
The dress is good, but she looks smug. There’s nothing I hate more than a fully lined eye that appears to be looking down on me.
Yesterday’s outfit was cute, but this one isn’t working for me. It also seems like something often goes wrong when she’s posing as herself, rather than playing a role. I’m not sure if it’s a confidence issue or just not knowing much about posing, but I think these things would be a bit easier for her if someone worked with her on that.
She has beautiful hair of course but whenever there is something special about the neckline of a dress, it bugs when you can’t see it properly The dress is cute enough if random….
The amount of makeup (and harshness of the lip) really distracts the eye from her beauty. Dress would be cute, sans the grandma brooch-y thing on the neck.
Lots of people don’t like brooches these days, as they are very retro-feeling. But I think it is beautiful, and the one thing that I like about this look. I can see why it was used, as the colors and design all echo the dress in a reverse way. It provides a bit of balance. She’s very polished looking, even with the harsh lip/strong makeup, which I’m in agreement with you.
Love the outfit. Odd pose, though. And I’m not madly in love with the hair. Still, overall she looks great.
Like the look. But come on, please do something different with your hair. The slicked back thing is getting old.
I’m over the trend of one panel of decent fabric on a dress.
Is she carrying a purse with a chain strap? Cuz it looks like that metal chain coming down her arm is somehow attached to her bangle, which is giving me a creepy bondage vibe.
Aghhhh!! Two fucked up looks in a row. Her makeup is better this time around, but the dress is really weird and shoddy-looking, and the hair is ruining everything.
Her makeup is overdone. She’s a beautiful young woman, she doesn’t need that cake frosting on her face.
This girl needs some serious help. Her headsuit is horrible (especially the red lips that can be seen from outer space) and the dress is ugly.
No! Stop it with the one-sided hair already! She has lovely hair and apparently a half-decent sense of style, but she ruins it with the hairstyle every time!
I like this outfit, I just don’t care for the face she is making
Girlfriend needs to learn how to strike a pose on the RC.
She’s an autumn, and that dress is entirely winter, and it just doesn’t work.
I thought she was holding a piece of gift wrapping paper.
I don’t understand this dress.
She’s going to need a sandblaster to take off all of that makeup…
The dress is weird. Her make up made me think she might be Morticia Adam’s blond sister….