Sophie Turner In Peter Pilotto – ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 4 New York Premiere

Sophie Turner In Peter Pilotto - ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 4 New York Premiere

Sophie Turner attended the ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 4 New York premiere at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center on Tuesday (March 18) in New York City alongside co-stars Lena Headey and Emilia Clarke.

The redhead wore a girlie Peter Pilotto Resort 2014 frock for the occasion.

A ruffled peplum waist layered over similarly ruffled skirt panels of contrasting geometric prints added dimensional interest, while a strip of black cinched in the waist to create an alluring hourglass silhouette.

I love the complementary green eye makeup, but I’m not a huge fan of the nude accessories, including pumps and a Louboutin patent-leather clutch.

I wish she’d considered the green or even the charcoal-grey elements of her frock when selecting accessories.

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You can buy Sophie’s Peter Pilotto ‘Amanda’ Dress from farfetch.com US and farfetch.com.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

10 thoughts on “Sophie Turner In Peter Pilotto – ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 4 New York Premiere

  1. Charlotte

    This looks is a mess.
    First I don’t like the dress, but she looks pretty good in it, so OK.
    The shoes and the clutch don’t work here, her hair is beautiful but the hairstyle is not working here and this make up is awful.

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  2. Clara

    She looks lovely in this dress. It’s event and age appropriate, which is not easy to get. But the rest is quite a mess, I don’t like the green make-up, the accessories should have been green. Don’t care about the hair, they’re ok but nothing special.

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  3. kane

    I don’t think anything is working here. The dress is unflattering, the shoes are ugly and the clutch s also rather baffling.

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  4. Nat39

    NO. She looks like a village girl in that cutesy dress and with that hair, and her nude accessories are awful.

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  5. Anne Gallagher

    I love this charming and pretty young actress. She is breathtaking ingenue with that lovely red hair as her best feature. My wish for her is to find a better stylist. I have never seen her in a dress worthy of her beauty. I find this dress a little fussy and oddly proportioned for her long legs. The fullness of the skirt doesn’t work on her, and the styling is terrible. I think she ought to get past her English fascination with fussy clothes.

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