Not gonna lie, kittens. We did in fact laugh out loud at this. Guffawed, even. It’s just so… so…
And while we still maintain our Nina-inspired point of yesterday (We “question her taste level”), we also think there’s a lot to be said for fun, cutesy fashion if it suits the wearer. This is a deeply ’80s-inspired look, but she couldn’t be better suited for it. For once, we like what she’s done with her hair and makeup. The shoes are a bit much, but again, there’s an argument that once you commit to a look, you should just go ahead and lean all the way into it. That certainly seems to be her approach to things. Maybe she’s wearing us down, but this time, we appreciate it.
Go ahead. Tell us why we’re wrong.
Florence Pugh’s Dynasty Valentine:
IN or OUT?
– Ulyana Sergeenko Red Viscose Dress with Ruffle Detailing
– Christian Louboutin Shoes
Styled by Rebecca Corbin-Murray | Hair by Peter Lux | Makeup by Naoko Scintu | Nails by Sabrina Gayle
[Photo Credit: Keith Mayhew/IPA/INSTARimages.com, ulyanasergeenko.com]
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