See Florence Pugh Rock A Sexy 60s Inspired Crop Top And Tiny Skirt
Florence Pugh was photographed in New York City in a cute '60s top and mini-skirt.
This year has been an incredible one for English actor Florence Pugh, with several projects filming and some having been released just this year alone. Pugh made headlines earlier this year with the backstage drama between Pugh and director Olivia Wilde while promoting their psychological thriller Don’t Worry Darling, which eventually opened in theaters to a healthy box office return. This week, Florence Pugh stepped out in New York City wearing a 1960s-inspired crop top and tiny mini-skirt, a trend she has become known for in many red-carpet looks this year, as she tends to flaunt her impeccable fashion style for the world to see.
Rocking a black and white ensemble and showing off her legs to paparazzi photographers in the Big Apple, Florence Pugh completed her latest fashion choices by stepping out in black and white boots to match the rest of her outfit. Carrying a Gucci bag to add to the glamour of the moment, Pugh seems to have put on a hint of eyeliner and mascara to accentuate her night out on the town. The actor also appears to be invested in the wet hair look this week, showing off a trend that isn’t often as stylish on other celebrities in recent memory.
Florence Pugh might be one of the best-dressed famous people that audiences have seen in a long time, as the actor has chosen varied roles in film projects in the last few years that highlight her style on and off camera. Pugh was thrust into the global public’s attention when she starred in a string of movies in 2019, including the horror flick Midsommar; along with the ensemble drama Little Women with Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, and Meryl Streep. For Little Women, Pugh was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, an honor she lost to her co-star Laura Dern for Marriage Story.
Having starred in this year’s much-talked-about drama Don’t Worry Darling alongside Harry Styles and Chris Pine, Pugh has had some changes in her personal and professional life as of late. She was in a three-year relationship with actor and director Zach Braff after having starred in Braff’s short film In the Time It Takes to Get There, but the relationship ended earlier this year. However, People reports that the two have remained friends since their breakup and have begun comedically engaging with one another again on social media.
Florence Pugh might be looking forward to other changes in her career going forward, as she is releasing two more movies in the next couple of months. Pugh will be starring in the period piece The Wonder, which is set to debut on Netflix on November 16. Later in December, she will lend her voice to the animated comedy sequel Puss in Boots: The Last Wish, along with Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, and Olivia Colman before embarking on a promotional tour next year for Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer and Denis Villeneuve’s Dune: Part Two.