Look: Florence Pugh Shimmers in Sequined Mini Dress at BAFTA Awards After-Party

The actress did a quick outfit change and swapped her custom Nina Ricci gown.
Florence Pugh

Florence Pugh.

Florence Pugh attended the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) on Feb. 19, and while the star wore a dazzling custom Nina Ricci gown for the main event, she looked equally glamorous at British Vogue’s after-party.

The Don’t Worry Darling actress swapped her couture gown for a Valentino mini dress with a bedazzled bust and pink sequined skirt. Pugh accessorized with silver platform heels and Tiffany & Co. jewelry, including several bracelets, a blingy necklace and diamond-drop earrings. She also rocked her signature septum piercing.

Makeup artist Alex Babsky gave the actress a smokey eye and pink lip, while hairstylist Peter Lux pulled Pugh’s hair back into a chic up-do with trendy baby bangs swept across her forehead. The Little Women star’s stylist, Rebecca Corbin-Murray, shared her client’s full look on Instagram.

@florencepugh at the British Vogue and Tiffany party 💎💎💎,” she wrote in her caption.

Corbin-Murray’s followers were quick to gush over Pugh’s outfit.

“Seriously every time you put Florence in something I’m like wow,” wrote a fan. “It obviously has something to do with Florence being wow but honestly you just nail it.”

“She is just out of this world 😍 great choice of dress,” added someone else.

“It’s giving Romy and Michele,” quipped one individual, while another person said, “Flo is making me want baby bangs.”

Earlier in the evening, Pugh walked the red carpet in a bright orange gown designed by Nina Ricci creative director, Harris Reed.

“This dress is based on an orange couture gown from the @ninaricci archival 1988 collection,” Reed wrote in an Instagram post. “This was the first sketch I did for the brand and am absolutely speechless to have such an incredible individual wearing it!”

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