Florence Pugh’s Sheer Bejeweled Skirt Turns Heads at Valentino Fashion Show

The actress looked super chic at the Paris Fashion Week event.
Florence Pugh

Florence Pugh.

Florence Pugh has done it again. The Don’t Worry Darling actress dazzled in yet another stunning sheer outfit, this time at Valentino’s fall-winter 2023–24 show during Paris Fashion Week.

Pugh wore a gray crop top and sheer full-length skirt with bedazzled detailing for the occasion, allowing her white thong underwear to show through underneath. She accessorized her look, styled by Rebecca Corbin-Murray, with Tiffany & Co. jewels, including a statement necklace, bracelets on both wrists and glam earrings.

Makeup artist Alex Babsky gave the actress fresh-faced glam and a rosy pink lip, while hairstylist Peter Lux opted for an intricate top knot for the March 5 event.

Florence Pugh

Florence Pugh attended Valentino’s fashion show during Paris Fashion Week on March 5.

Lux showed off various angles of his client’s gorgeous up-do on Instagram, which fans were quick to fawn over.

“EVERY. SINGLE. TIME,” Corbin-Murray gushed in the comments.

“That hair👏👏👏👏,” added makeup artist Amanda Grossman.

“Obsessed is an understatement ❤️,” the official Hairdressers Journal account added.

Pugh has been outspoken about her bold fashion choices in the past, particularly the nipple-baring sheer pink Valentino gown she wore last summer and a see-through two-piece Valentino set she rocked a few months later.

“I’ve never been scared of what’s underneath the fabric,” Pugh recently told Vogue. “If I’m happy in it, then I’m gonna wear it. Of course, I don’t want to offend people, but I think my point is: How can my nipples offend you that much?”

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