Time and again, Florence Pugh has proven that she’s a force to be reckoned with when it comes to delivering on-screen performances. Her recent release The Wonder has critics proclaiming it to be her finest performance to date. Off-screen, Pugh has managed to make a reputation for herself as someone who always has fun on the red carpet and is one step ahead of trends at all times.
Teaming up with stylist Rebecca Corbin-Murray, the Little Women actress has given us some of the most iconic fashion moments of recent history, including a sheer Valentino gown look that had haters crawling out in dozens, only for Pugh to shut them down without batting an eyelash.
We took a deep dive into her red carpet looks over the years and discovered some of the trends that she absolutely loves (and rocks). Here are five trends you can spot her wearing almost every time you see her off-screen…
The actress didn’t let body shamers keep her away from sheer gowns and co-ord sets after wearing a hot pink see-through gown for Valentino’s A/W 2022 couture show. She wore one again for the label’s PFW 2022 showcase. The actress was also spotted wearing a sheer Rodarte dress at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences reception dinner in October. If not an entire head-to-toe sheer look, Pugh adds sheer details, like gloves, to her ensemble.
Popularised by Taylor Swift, the midriff-baring trend is something that Pugh loves and wears often. Take, for instance, her co-ord set by Emilia Wickstead for the recently held Tiffany & Co.’s ‘Vision & Virtuosity’ exhibit, or her Valentino look for the New York premiere of Don’t Look Up.
The actress has been an early adopter of the Barbiecore trend that has the whole world in a grip since Pierpaolo Piccioli sent down models in hot pink ensembles down the runway for Valentino’s F/W 2022 show. Aside from being spotted in ‘Valentino Pink’ multiple times, Pugh has embodied the trend in Dries Van Noten and Versace previously.
Pugh always adds an interesting twist to the classic-yet-safe choice of all-black ensembles. The actress makes us want to revert to our high-school emo/goth phase with her looks, like her Prada look during Black Widow’s press tour in London (complete with dip-dyed purple hair and chunky black boots), and her Miu Miu midi-dress from the movie’s UK premiere.
Sleeves for days
Pugh is a big fan of statement sleeves, as evidenced by her looks like the teal, asymmetric Givenchy mini dress she wore in 2020, or the Dries Van Noten Fuschia and black dress for the EE British Academy Film Awards in the same year.
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