Sophie Turner’s gorgeous Louis Vuitton wedding gown took more than 10 embroiderers working for over 1000 hours

when we think about how ethereal Priyanka Chopra looked at her Christian wedding with Nick Jonas. Dressed in a beautiful white Ralph Lauren wedding gown, the global diva looked every inch the dreamy bride that she planned to be. And next in turn was her to-be sister-in-law Sophie Turner who would exchange vows with Nick’s brother Joe. While the Game of Thrones star got married in an impromptu ceremony with her musician boyfriend Joe in Las Vegas, it was their French wedding that everyone was looking forward to with bated breath. And true to everyone’s expectations, Sophie turned out to be as dreamy a bride as Priyanka was. Joe looked daper in a well-cut suit and Sophie wore a Louis Vuitton gown.

When the newlyweds shared their first few pictures from the wedding, family and friends couldn’t help screaming out, ‘Beautiful’ and we so agreed with them. The Dark Phoenix actress truely looked like an angel.

And while we agree that every bride looks splendid on her wedding day, no matter what she wears as her happiness beats all the material things, we couldn’t help keeping our eyes off the intricately designed pearly white gown. And now details about how the gown was made have surfaced and we are in awe.

Sophie’s Louis Vuitton gown was created by Nicolas Ghesquière, the artistic director of women’s collections at the brand. It is being said that it took more than 10 embroiderers to work on the dress and that they spent more than 1,050 hours working on the 14 meters of tulle, which was covered with a digitally designed pattern of more than 650,000 stitches as per WWD. While Priyanka’s gown still took 1,826 hours, which is more time than Sophie’s we feel the two masterpieces are incomparable.

Further, reports say that Sophie’s outfit featured flower-embroidered tulle and silk gazar with leather satin details which took over 350 hours for assembling. Each of the panels of the skirt part of the gown was embroidered with 50,400 crystal beads and 50,400 white beads and the veil’s embroidery needed 48 hours of work. The hem, they say, was hand-cut for a natural and irregular finishing matching the sleeves and the look was completed with white satin shoulder details and a draped belt.

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