Sophie Turner has confessed she is still ''figuring out'' what looks good on her and no longer tries to wear what's considered ''fashionable''.
Sophie Turner is still ''figuring out'' her style
The 'Game Of Thrones' star has confessed she no longer tries to wear what's considered ''fashionable'' and is more interested in dressing for her shape.
The 19-year-old actress explained: ''I've only just come to realise it isn't about dressing in what's fashionable, it's about dressing for your shape. When I was 13, I was tiny and could wear pretty much anything. Now I've gone through adolescence, I'm just figuring out what clothes suit me. I can't just throw anything on any more.''
However, the flame-haired beauty loves luxury Italian label Dolce & Gabbana because they know how to design for women with curves.
She said: ''I really like Dolce & Gabbana, because their clothes fit a real, womanly shape. They design for girls with hips and boobs, which is nice.''
Despite starring on the HBO show since 2011, Sophie added she has failed to pick up any tricks from her on set stylists who create her character Sansa Stark's stunning braids.
She told InStyle magazine: ''There's definitely no way I could do any of it myself. The 'Game Of Thrones' hair people are so talented, and they do it all in such a short space of time.''
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