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Emilia Clarke: I shock with shoes

Published 06/07/2015

Emilia Clarke
Emilia Clarke

Emilia Clarke is grateful that she's free to experiment with her style.

The Game of Thrones actress has become somewhat of a style icon off screen, impressing with her designer dresses on the red carpet.

Being in the spotlight and having access to so many different options means the 28-year-old is free to experiment; something she is very grateful for.

“I think I am very fortunate to be in a position where what I do is so creative that it inspires my own personal style, be it in the sofa I get for my house, or the bright pink mental shoes I want to put on my feet or even in the way I cut my hair," she smiled to Yahoo! Style.

While many people look to Emilia for fashion tips, the actress also needs inspiration. And ideas are never far, thanks to the internet.

“I think a lot of the social media that we have at the moment are really exciting platforms to have at your fingertips. Instagram, Pinterest… all these brilliant things allow you to have a constant stimulus of creativity that can add to your own natural style," she gushed.

“The key to style, in my eyes, is being able to have as many influences as possible, to broaden your horizons. You can shock yourself about what you are actually attracted to, what makes you happy and what puts a smile on your face."

Emilia has had plenty of chances to impress with fashion while promoting her new film Terminator Genisys. At the Hollywood premiere she looked stunning in a monochrome halterneck gown with cutouts at the sides.

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