And wouldn’t we expect that from Ned Stark’s girls? What’s surprising here is the direction they each chose.
Ooof. Okay, then.
She’s been injecting a lot of edge into her style this past year. Which is great, because any time a pretty young ingenue picks interesting style over pretty-girl style, we sit up and take notice. But there is simply WAY too much going on here. Every aspect of this look, from the “necklace” (which may be part of the shirt) to the shoulderpads, to the gold trim on the pants to the Star Trek booties might make a fine starting point for an outfit, but when you put them all together like this, it’s just a cacophany of elements.
Credit to her, though. Attitude, poise and a well-applied face are doing a lot to make this seem less cray than it is.
Maisie, unfortunately, suffered from the opposite problem:
Sophie’s look was too much, but this is, sadly, not enough. The very last thing we’d ever expect from this gal’s red carpet style is something as basic as this. She’s shown such a great propensity for edgy and off-beat looks that this “Mary Ann from Gilligan’s Island” dress is something of a shock. It’s cute enough, but it doesn’t do much for her.
Sophie Turner: Louis Vuitton Ensemble from the Spring 2017 Collection
Maisie Williams: Holly Fulton Gingham Dress with Embellishments from the Resort 2017 Collection | Giuseppe Zanotti Sandals
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