Maisie Williams Flaunts Her Unique Comic Strip Printed Dress in Comic-con

She is known for playing fiery role of Arya in “Games of Thrones”. But surprisingly the 17 year old actress Maisie Williams was seen wearing something totally different at Entertainment Weekly Comic-con. The event was at San Diego, California. Her look was miles apart from her usual tomboyish appearance. Interestingly, this dress is eco friendly too as it is made from graphic novel pages that are recycled.

Maisie was looking very confident at the event. She met lots of her female co-stars at the party. She wore accessories, like black high heeled shoes that completely complemented her attire design, which looked like inspired from a lampshade. Her make-up was indeed light with mildly smoky eyewear and a faint pink colored lipstick.

Maisie Williams in Eco-Friendly Attire 1

Sophie Turner who is Maisie’s on screen sister wore nice black dress and matching sandals. Turner, the 18-year-old actress, Sansa Stark from HBO’s fantasy drama, was seen with metallic colored eye shadow and dark red lipcolour.  While, other co-stars like Gwendoline Christie and Rose Leslie looked totally glamorous in their lean body fitted mini dresses.

Williams shared her experience at ‘Game Of Thrones’. As reported to SceenDaily, she said, “I’ve grown into the role and I’ve learned a lot more about acting’. I’m grateful that people saw something in me. I don’t come from a world where opportunities like this happen and I’m going to make the most of it.”

Maisie also spoke about her character in ‘Game Of Thrones’. She played Arya in the movie. The actress said, “She’s a 12-year-old girl living in this world, and we all like to brush that aside, that she actually just put a sword through someone’s throat.And like, hey, that’s such a kickass moment, but you can’t live your life like that and be okay in the head forever. That’s not the way it works.”

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