Game of Thrones star, Sophie Turner's Louis Vuitton wedding gown took over 350 hours to make

Sophie's dress took an astounding 350 hours to put together
Sophie's dress took an astounding 350 hours to put together

Sophie Turner's Louis Vuitton wedding dress took more than 350 hours to assemble, according to WWD.

The Game of Thrones actress looked mesmerizing in the unique gown.

It's almost every girls dream to be adorned in the dress of her dreams on her wedding day - even if that means putting over 300 hours into making sure it is exactly how you imagined it to be.

English actress Sophie Turner was certainly no exception. 

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According to WWP, the star's dress took over 350 hours to assemble. As a brand ambassador for Louis Vuitton, it was only natural she'd be draping in the brand's luxury fabric.

Taking to IG to show off the masterpiece, Louis Vuitton's, artistic director shared an image of her wearing the long, lace-sleeved and low-cut back dress during her second nuptial ceremony to the third member of boy group Jonas Brothers, Joe Jonas.

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