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Florence Pugh Brings Balletcore Glamour to the Red Carpet


Florence Pugh Brings Balletcore Glamour to the Red Carpet

The actress made an entrance at the 2022 British Independent Film Awards in a pink slip and tulle cape.

Florence Pugh’s pretty, breezy looks just keep on coming.

Last night, the Don’t Worry Darling star attended the 2022 British Independent Film Awards in London and made an entrance in an airy baby pink satin slipdress by Rodarte and a dramatic tulle cape. The silky dress featured a high leg slit, lace detailing, and a large rose embellishment at the front.

The ensemble was pulled straight from the brand’s fall 2022 runway.

Pugh finished her look with golden lace-up Aquazzura heels and diamond jewelry—teardrop earrings, a matching pendant necklace, and a massive ring—from Tiffany & Co.

Stylist Rebecca Corbin-Murray styled the actress for the lavish event held at Old Billingsgate and shared a candid video of her getting ready before the red carpet. “Boudoir Baby 💖,” Murray captioned the post on her Instagram.

Pugh’s look gave a nod to both the Roaring ’20s boudoir style and the modern balletcore trend made popular by celebrities like Hailey Bieber and Sydney Sweeney.

Lately, Pugh has been showing off some showstopping looks. During Paris Fashion Week, the actress stepped out in a luxurious set by Valentino. The mesh co-ord included a completely sheer cropped collared top and matching maxi skirt, both of which bore a glittering sequined design. She finished the look with a pair of strappy metallic bronze heels and a white iteration of the Valentino Garavani One Stud Leather Shoulder Bag.

And while attending the brand’s fall/winter 2022 haute couture show in July, Pugh wowed in a hot pink see-through tulle dress and no bra, quickly drawing both praise and controversy from people online.

Pugh spoke about the now viral appearance in an interview for Harper’s BAZAAR‘s September 2022 cover story, explaining that she and Valentino’s creative director, Pierpaolo Piccioli, decided together to remove the inner lining of the dress. “I was comfortable with my small breasts,” she said. “And showing them like that—it aggravated [people] that I was comfortable.”