We’ve heard a lot about Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas’ wedding over the past week: the ceremony, the details from the reception—not to mention the full pre-wedding week of festivities with family and friends (Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas, among others, flew in early). But one part of the big day that we haven’t had a good look at so far? Turner’s wedding dress. Of course, we’d seen her pictured wearing a minimalist white gown at a pre-wedding event—and then there was the modern, chic Bevza jumpsuit she wore for her first wedding to Joe in Las Vegas earlier this year. But as far as the dress for she and Joe’s larger wedding? It’s just been a few fuzzy photos from paparazzi so far—until Wednesday evening, that is, when Louis Vuitton’s creative director, Nicolas Ghesquière, shared a picture of Turner wearing the custom gown, confirming it was designed by him and his team.

The photo is taken from the back, and Tuner’s pictured standing on a pedestal, surrounded by mirrors (so yes, we get to peek at the front and sides of the gown as well). The gown is designed with an elegant white lace bodice with a low, keyhole-style back in a what looks like satin and illusion short sleeves with longer sheer lace ones attached. Except for satin details, a good part of the bodice is a second type of white lace, which flows down into a full white lace skirt and train. Turner also opted for a veil, choosing one with lace edging and floral embroidery, with what look like embroidered petals scattered across the rest of the material.

Of course, she looks stunning—and it looks like she loves the look too: You can see a wide smile on her face in the picture Ghesquière posted. “Absolut beauty @sophiet,” he captioned it.

Celebrities got in on the comments to share how gorgeous the Queen in the North was looking: “Divine 😍❤️👏🏼,” Karlie Kloss wrote. “Wowwww so beautiful ❤️😭🕊,” Lily Aldridge posted. “WOW. Incroyable 😍😍😍!!” Nina Dobrev wrote.

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