Revealed: Sophie Turner’s Unique Wedding Gown Took 1,000 Hours to Make and Further Details About Her Stunning Dress

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Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas’s white wedding in the scenic town of Sarrians in France at the gorgeous castle, Chateau de Torreau left us all mesmerized. The game of Thrones actress has been dating Joe Jonas for quite some time, and recently they decided to tie the knot in an extravagant larger than life wedding.

First pictures from the coveted wedding have surfaced on the internet now, yet we can’t help but fall in love with their love story. But more than anything else from the wedding, it was the ethereal wedding gown that the bride donned on her wedding which stole our hearts. Sophie’s stunning wedding dress was really the stuff of dreams.

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Now, new details about Sophie Tuner’s wedding gown, in which she looked like the most perfect bride ever, are out and we are stunned.

Created by Nicolas Ghesquière, the artistic director of women’s collections at Louis Vuitton, it took more than 10 embroiderers to create the wedding dress. The dress featured flower-embroidered tulle and silk gazar with leather satin details required more than 350 hours to assemble.

According to WWD, the embroiders worked for 1,050 hours on the 14 meters of tulle, covered with a digitally designed pattern of more than 650,000 stitches.

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In fact, each panel of the beautiful skirt of the dress was embroidered with 50,400 crystal beads and 50,400 white beads. No, we are not kidding.

According to the website, the veil that Sophie wore required 48 hours of embroidery. As for the hem, it was hand-cut to create a natural and irregular finishing matching the sleeves. Topping off the look were white satin shoulder details and a draped belt.

Published by Amrit Santlani on 09 Jul 2019

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