It took More Than 350 Hours to Assemble Sophie Turner's Wedding Dress (See All the Details)

Its a well known fact to fans at this point Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas got married for the second time seven days prior in France, almost 6,000 miles from the Las Vegas chapel they previously traded promises toward the beginning of May. 

The love birds have since shared the main representation of their latest pre-marriage ceremony, the renowned lady of the hour and man of the hour cheerfully strolling down the passageway affectionately intertwined as an all around chicly dressed spouse and husband.

And, in quite a different direction from her silk Bevza jumpsuit in Sin City, Turner donned a flower-embroidered tulle and silk gazar gown with leather satin details for the grand occasion, custom designed by Creative Director Nicolas Ghesquière.

The dress featured a v-neckline, a cut-out back and lace sleeves layered under cap ones with a veil to match. It’s not surprising that Turner donned Louis Vuitton on her special day as she is an ambassador for the brand.

More or less surprising, the gown took more than 350 hours to assemble, WWD reported. That breaks down to over two weeks—if you worked around the clock, that is.

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Absolute beauty @sophiet

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The work did not stop there. According to WWD, it took more than 10 embroiderers 1,050 hours to decorate 14 meters of tulle for the dress, each panel embellished with 100,800 crystal and white beads.

Add on another 48 hours to embroider Turner’s veil and she was soon ready to walk down the aisle looking like, in Ghesquière’s words, an “absolute beauty.”


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