Miss Florence returns to more conventional – some might even say the most conventional – fare and we feel like putting the results up to a vote. Not because we hate said results or feel ambivalent or conflicted about them. On the contrary…
We think this might be one of her best looks ever. Look, we remember a time when this gal’s tastes ran strictly tacky-as-hell. Over time, she managed to learn how to use much more artful and interesting high fashion to be bold and borderline shocking, using her own body as not only the framework for her approach, but often the subject of the message behind it. What was once a preference for tacky styles has morphed into an appreciation for classic forms and high style that allows her to be bold, youthful and hot when she wants to be. The shade of red looks amazing on her, the open back is very sexy, and the massive skirt gives it a classic formality and sense of old school glamour. Quibbles: the cut of the bodice has some issues, most of which combine to make it look too much like an apron to us. The final call goes out to y’all:
Florence Pugh’s Big Sexy Valentine:
IN or OUT?
– Custom Valentino Dress
– Tiffany & Co. Diamond Stud Earrings, an Archives Bracelet in Platinum and Diamonds accompanied by Schlumberger® and Victoria® Rings
Styled by Rebecca Corbin-Murray | Hair by Peter Lux | Makeup by Alex Babsky | Nails by Emily Rose
[Photo Credit: Cover Images, Ian West/PA Images/INSTARimages/Cover Images, Aurore Marechal/ABACA/INSTARimag/Cover Images, Ik Aldama/DPA/Cover Images]
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