Sophie Turner is recoiling more than one of their past style decisions. In a video for Elle U.K., the 24-year-old on-screen character investigated a portion of their most vital looks consistently, one of which was the red overcoat dress they wore to their Game of Thrones co-stars’ 2018 wedding.
“Oh no,” they shouted in the wake of being demonstrated a photograph of the Louis Vuitton dress, which they combined with a little crossbody sack and dark, thigh-high boots.
“I’ll forever regret this look. One of my worst looks.”
“This is at Kit Harington and Rose Leslie’s wedding and I had a fashion emergency,” they proceeded.
“Both of my really classy dresses that I picked out did not fit me because they’d arrived the day of the wedding and I hadn’t had a chance to try them on, and they didn’t fit me.”
With respect to their shoe decision, Turner said it was either thigh-high boots or decent heels, so they selected to conceal more.
“I felt like, ‘Well, if I just wear the heels, then all of my leg is showing,'” they explained. “It was a disaster. Worst fashion choice.”
In spite of the fact that their 2018 look wasn’t one they’d prefer to recollect, Turner was about the dark Alexandre Vauthier outfit they wore to their better half Joe Jonas’ 30th birthday celebration party.
“It was amazing. I wanted to be a Bond girl for the night,” they said of the dress, which includes a high cut, gold neckline and plunging neck area.
“It was a proper dress-up night. It was a lot of fun.”
As much as they preferred the search for theirself, they really commended their better half’s ex, Taylor Swift, for how the vocalist shook the outfit when they donned it in 2016.
“I know that Taylor Swift wore it before to an event and she looked much better in it than I did,” Turner said.
The design video came in the midst of numerous reports that Turner and Jonas are expecting their first youngster together. Neither they nor their significant other have affirmed or remarked on the reports.
The couple has since been spotted out on the town, including one outing where they were seen seeing youngsters’ garments and toys.