I've never met a human being who didn't like Sophie Turner. This talented (and hilarious) actress also happens to be incredibly fashionable, and proved the point yet again when stepping out on Wednesday, February 16 with fellow icon Joe Jonas in Los Angeles. The two looked incredibly fashionable, and while I am scouring the internet looking for Joe Jonas' colorful cardigan, my sights are especially set on Turner's green-apple-colored knit dress. The form-fitting, ribbed piece has pockets (!!!!) and is also on sale with Finders Keepers for only $70!
Folks, this is not a drill!
Take a look below at Queen Sophie's effortlessly gorgeous look, and then check out some of my favorite finds from Finders Keepers (like my choice in wording there?).
I love this color, and the cozy knitted texture of this piece complements its skin-baring cut.
Another lilac piece―although this one-of-a-kind look also comes in a versatile shade of dark gray and in white.
If you love Sophie's knit look, check out this cozy top in light blue or in soft coral.
Complete the look, in your color of choice, with this flattering knit skirt.
I love this pattern, but if crocodile print isn't your thing, the Malena midi dress also comes in orange.
I love a good satin slip, and this dress' unique neckline makes it a must.
This more formal version of Sophie Turner's look comes not only in green, but also in a deep shade of amber.
Gabrielle Ulubay is an E-Commerce Writer at Marie Claire and writes about all things fashion and beauty. She's also written about politics, gender, and sex for publications like Bustle, HuffPost Personal, and The New York Times. As a film school graduate, she loves all things media and can be found making art when she's not busy writing.
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