Earlier this year, Florence Pugh made headlines when she attended the Valentino Haute Couture show in Rome, Italy in a Barbie-pink tulle see-through gown. The look – which drew praise and criticism in equal measure – even prompted her to write a strong message on social media where she said it had probably “upset” some people that she was “comfortable” with her breasts. Her message followed comments from a section of people who called her “flat-chested” and shamed her for having “small tits”.
But it looks like there’s no stopping the Don’t Worry darling actor as he recently stepped out in a two-piece Valentino design at Paris Fashion Week. This time, Florence looked radiant in a champagne-colored sheer crop top featuring long sleeves, gold sequin design, collar and a risque neckline, styled with a matching long skirt, underneath which she wore nude briefs. The actor, again, chose to go braless.
Keeping it minimal, she accessorized the look with a statement necklace, heels, a septum nose ring and statement earrings. Wearing her hair in a slicked-back hairstyle, she rounded out the look with bronzed smoky eyes, a hint of highlighter, blushed cheeks and nude lip color.
Earlier, the actor faced a lot of criticism and hate for his Valentino look. Addressing the ‘vulgar’ comments, the Little Women star wrote a lengthy post defending her body and “incredible Valentino dress”. “There was no way it wasn’t going to have a commentary. Whether it was negative or positive, we all knew what we were doing. I was excited to wear it, I wasn’t nervous one bit. I was not before, during, or even after…,” he wrote.
Hitting out at the trolls, she added: “Many of you aggressively wanted to tell me how disappointed you were by my ‘small tits’, or how I should be embarrassed to be so ‘flat chested’. I lived in my body for a long time. I am fully aware of my breast size and am not afraid of it.”
Florence said she was “grateful” to have grown up with “very strong, powerful, curvy women” and noted that “my goal in this industry has always been to say ‘F–it and f— up’ whenever someone expects my body. To form an opinion about what is hot or sexually attractive
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