Oscars 2020 Countdown: Florence Pugh-Ology

Posted on February 06, 2020


The Oscars ceremony is mere hours away, which means it’s time to get started on our yearly tradition of examining the awards season looks of the actress nominees to get a sense of how they might show up on Hollywood’s biggest night. It was a no-brainer to start with Miss Florence, since this is her first year on the awards season merry-go-round. But it turned out to be a fortuitous choice to kick things off for another reason: Girlfriend is NOT difficult to figure out. She prefers colors in the red family, has a fondness for ruffles, tends to go for satin finishes, and thinks her legs are one of her best assets.




Florence Pugh at the Governors Awards

Like so.




Florence Pugh in Valentino Couture at the “Little Women” New York Premiere

And also.




Florence Pugh in Prada at the Critics’ Choice Awards

This is one of her outliers, but it still has that retro feel she tends to prefer in her style.




Florence Pugh in Valentino at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Another outlier in shape and style, but she still loves the pink tones and some combo of ruffles and sexy.




Florence Pugh in Monse at the Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon

She also has a tendency to pick the off-beat or asymmetrical if it manages to check off her other boxes.




Florence Pugh in Dries Van Noten at the BAFTA Awards


Florence Pugh in Ulyana Sergeenko at BAFTAs Nominees Party


But there’s no denying her love of vintage romantic styles and preference for Valentine-themed styles. These things truly aren’t all that great for predicting what folks are going to wear on Oscar night because for many of them, showing up in something unexpected is part of the plan. Even so, we’d be shocked if her choice didn’t look a bit sexy and have more than its share of ruffles. We just hope she wears her hair down and manages to avoid her worst shoe instincts.





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