Sophie Turner's Style Essentials Are Elevated Yet Approachable

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When it comes to getting fashion inspiration, there is seldom a better place to look than on the Instagram feeds of Hollywood's it-Girls. Case in point: Sophie Turner, whose fashion is the perfect mix of cool and classic while still feeling approachable and easy to obtain. And if you snag Turner's style essentials for yourself, her looks become effortlessly easy to emulate.

Turner's style is the perfect mix of high and low. While some of her pieces come with designer price tags (like her trendy Bottega Veneta slides or her pair of ultra bulky Louis Vuitton sandals), more often than not, she pairs them with something from a vintage shop or with an item from an affordable brands. For instance, her go-to accessory is a pair of off-white, square-shaped sunnies from Reality's collab with Australian brand Posse. The best part? They retail for under $100, so you can purchase them for yourself without obliterating your budget.

Are you catching on to Turner's approachable ensembles? Well, taking a page from her effortless and breezy book is not difficult, especially if you have a few key essentials within reach — eight, to be exact. From timeless items to current, trend-driven pieces, TZR broke down a few staples from Turner's best off-duty outfits for you to copy right now.

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Plaid Dresses

A printed mini is the perfect throw-on piece for any occasion, as you can style it with fresh white sneakers (like Sophie did while out in London, above) or with a pair of heels for a more formal occasion. If you're looking for something that's more appropriate for daytime, try a dress in a brighter color combination. And when the weather cools, you can layer on a leather jacket and throw on a pair of tights to keep things cozy.

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Simple and sweet. This plaid mini dress from Reformation will have a long lifespan in your closet as it’s incredibly versatile.

Autumn Adeigbo’s puff-sleeved number is for the more experimental dressers out there. Style with combat boots to tap into a ’90s grunge vibe.

Zara’s nude dress, on the other hand, is more understated and minimal. Pair with a leather blazer or a cozy ivory cardigan.

Tanya Taylor’s emerald tartan frock taps into the age-old fashion combo of hard and soft aesthetics. Its design feels edgy while its flared miniskirt adds a romantic spirit.

Graphic Tees

It's no secret that graphic tees are a year-round wardrobe staple thanks to their versatility. While Turner usually wears one in a black variety, you can have your pick of the color wheel, especially with all the options available now. For a sleek look, try wearing your selection with jeans in a matching color and coordinating boots, like Sophie did on a day date with husband Joe Jonas.


Think of this vivid pick as the fashion upgrade to your favorite concert tee.

Honor ‘70s rock icon Stevie Nicks with this T-shirt from MadeWorn. Pair with a flowing skirt as an added homage to the boho style icon.

This tee is a bit more subtle when it comes to its front graphic, so it'll work perfectly under a blazer for the office.

Turner prefers dark graphic tees, and this black one already looks lived-in.

Chunky Sneakers

Dad-inspired, chunky sneakers aren't going away anytime soon — at least not if Turner has anything to say about it. Here, she's pictured in an ivory pair by Naked Wolfe while out with Jonas in New York City. While there seems to be a bulky sneaker in nearly any color imaginable, Turner prefers all-white options that she can wear with either jeans or mini dresses.

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Turner's exact sneakers are still available to shop, so add them to your shoe collection STAT.

Burberry offers a chunky sneaker in its iconic plaid design.

If it's color that you're after, check out this vibrant pair from MSGM.

You can't go wrong with a pair of Louis Vuitton's Archlights. Turner is a huge fan of the fashion house, too, and owns several shoes from the brand.

Oversized Jackets

There's something about an oversized item that makes every outfit seem a little more cool, especially when it comes to jackets. Turner has been spotted in everything from a Prince of Wales check blazer — like the one she's wearing above — to a massive puffer coat while at a hockey game in New York. To capture her exact look, search for jackets that have a longer hemline or more volume to give your outfit some shape.

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Leave it to Mango to create the coolest oversized denim jacket.

This fringed number from Iro nails the shacket trend.

If you love an effortless and sporty vibe, Martine Rose's baggy track jacket is the perfect piece.

An oversized plaid blazer is a classic for a reason. It's effortlessly refined and adds a cool element of nonchalance to any outfit.

Dadcore-Inspired Baseball Hats

Sophie Turner is the arbiter of cool dadcore style. And baseball hats, headwear with undeniable roots in a dad outfit, is one of her most worn pieces. In mid-September, she wore a green cap with a mustard yellow graphic motif while out on a stroll in NYC. And guess what? This particular baseball hat is actually merchandise from her husband's band, The Jonas Brothers. *Insert the heart eyes emoji here.*

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Here’s Turner’s exact forest green hat for $35.

As much as baseball hats are integral to dadcore, the sporty caps are also a key component of streetwear fashion. Heron Preston makes a graphic option in deep red, which will definitely make a bold statement.

Pay homage to the NY Yankees with this option.

This olive green cap is lined with satin, meaning it will help you avoid the dreaded headwear-induced fiasco known as hat hair.

Cowboy Boots

Once relegated to rodeos and square-dancing halls, cowboy boots have now positioned themselves as a fashion-girl staple. Thanks to the styling efforts of it-Girls — Turner included — the Western-inspired boots have been elevated from wacky and kitschy to wearable and refined. Turner's go-to ruby red and star-adorned pair are from Black Star and possess an authentic feel due to their naturally worn-in look.

Turner’s Black Star pair is admittedly bold but it makes for a fun, stop-and-stare statement shoe.

If your style skews minimal, Zara’s pair of sleek leather boots are a way to subtly tap into Western craze.

Live out your inner cowgirl fantasy in Etro’s brown suede boots.

If you fear cowboy boots are intrinsically costume-y, try a luxe pair with an understated Western influence like this one from Isabel Marant.

A Matching Set

Ah, a matching set. The magic of a coordinated two-piece ensemble is that it's oh-so-easy to put together, and it yields a major fashion payoff. Tuner has been gravitating towards matching sets as of late, likely due to their effortless nature. Here, the Game of Thrones star is seen in a black and yellow herringbone ensemble courtesy of Louis Vuitton. An all-patterned look makes for a maximalist effect, but you can also choose two neutral pieces to wear together if that seems more your vibe.


Self-Portrait’s cherry red and striped knit set makes for the coolest work outfit. Pair with your favorite pair of pumps and — boom! — you’ve just pieced together an in-office look that’s as elegant as can be.

If you need a wedding guest outfit, try Wray’s vibrant matching set.

This mauve set from Bello Edu has a decadent feel due to the luxe brocade fabric. Leave the top unbuttoned and wear a crisp white tee underneath it for a casual feel. Or, keep the blouse closed and go for a full-impact floral look.

This knit set is so easy to dress up if need be. Pair with your favorite heeled booties and accessorize with golden jewelry for a relaxed yet put-together ensemble.

A Y2K-Inspired Miniskirt

The Y2K fashion revival wages on, and Turner fully endorses it in all its blinged-out glory. Here, Tuner participated in the throwback trend via a sequined, camo print miniskirt. A micro skirt with a thigh-grazing hem was a crucial style of the early aughts, so it makes for an easy way to tap into the nostalgic fashion phenomenon.

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A.P.C.’s micro denim mini is as cute as can be. Go for a Canadian tuxedo look and wear with a jean jacket in a matching wash.

All of the defining trends from the early aughts have come back into style — including the subtle peek-a-boo of underwear. Dion Lee makes a wearable iteration of the sultry look.

The Y2K style revival has also ushered in the return of low-slung bottoms. LaQuan Smith’s cherry red mini skirt is a luxe iteration of the hipbone-hugging design.

Style this bubblegum pink Givenchy skirt with a pair of knee-high boots for a going-out ensemble Paris Hilton would definitely approve of.