Then and now: Take a look at Sophie Turner’s style evolution over the years
A Stark contrast
Emilia Clarke. Kit Harrington. Maisie Williams. Sophie Turner. These are just some of the (many) stars whose career took off since the airing of Game of Thrones season 1 back in 2011. The latter, in particular, was a fan favourite since the start for her portrayal of the regal and clever Sansa Stark. Over the past eight years, as her character evolved on-screen, so did the actress' style off-screen. The 23-year-old actress has become one of the style stars to watch—not only for being one of Louis Vuitton's ambassadors, but for her sophisticated sense of style that constantly lands her on the best dressed list.
Here, take a look back at how Sophie Turner's style has evolved throughout the years:
As the GoT stars started making more public appearances in 2013, the starlet was often spotted in classic LBDs or fit-and-flare dresses—a fail-proof yet age-appropriate choice for a 17-year-old.
There's no better time to experiment with different styles and prints in your teenage years, and the classics—floral, tartan and polka-dot—are a good way to start.
At 19, Sophie started to develop a more refined sense of style, but one thing's for sure: there's always an unexpected twist. Case in point: her heart-shaped heels in look 1, look 5's green sequinned dress that complemented her strawberry blonde hair, and the velvet jumpsuit in look 6.
You can always expect Sophie to nail her sleek and polished gowns, but she definitely knows how to make a statement in head-turning ensembles à la look 1, 6 and 9 too.
Her red carpet gowns for the year include skin-baring sheer details, ombré sequins, and metallic jacquard.
The English actress knows how to flaunt her figure with waist-cinching looks, but when it comes to her best asset (her legs, IMO), mini skirts and body-hugging leather pants do the trick.
Sophie Turner stays true to her style—regularly rocking heavy sequins (look 1), unexpected contrasts (look 2), and little amp-me-ups (look 3 and 4).