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Florence Pugh dazzles in a transparent crop top from Valentino: “Believe the button”

At Paris Fashion Week, Florence Pugh is trusting the button .

 

The actress from Don’t Worry, Darling posted a couple images to Instagram on Tuesday showcasing the sheer Valentino outfit she wore to the Italian fashion house’s PFW dinner after its Spring 2023 ready-to-wear show.

 

The collared, long-sleeve top of the entirely see-through two-piece ensemble was kept together by a single button and a little bit of faith on the part of Pugh.

 

She stated in her caption, “Trust the button.”

 

She completed the appearance with a white Valentino bag, a pair of high-waisted nude briefs, and a hairstyle resembling a slicked-back bouffant. But for the Midsommar diva, the underwear ended there, as she went without a bra for the evening.

 

The daring appearance was adored by viewers in the comments.

 

One person commented, “In Florence we Trust.”

 

Another person said, “The way you literally never miss.”

 

Even though it was nonetheless a shocking incident, Pugh has previously chosen to shamelessly expose her nip in support of Valentino and body positivity.

 

At the brand’s haute couture presentation in Rome in July, the Academy Award winner wore a pink dress by Valentino that exposed her nipples.

 

Body-shamers who had something negative to say about everything from her breast size to her daring criticised the colourful tulle dress harshly. Pugh quickly responded, letting both supporters and detractors know that the choice was deliberate.

 

“Listen, I was aware that there would undoubtedly be feedback on the stunning Valentino dress I wore. We all knew what we were doing, whether it was positive or negative “She defended the appearance in her caption. “I was eager to wear it; I had no anxiety at all. I wasn’t before, later, or even today.”

 

She also talked about how guys use gender stereotypes and body shaming to make women hide their nipples.

 

“It’s concerning how crude some of you males can be. Thankfully, I’ve accepted the peculiarities of my body that define who I am. I’m content with all of the “flaws” that, when I was fourteen, I couldn’t bear to see. So many of you wanted to verbally attack me and tell me how disgusted you were with my “small tits” or how I should be ashamed of having such a “flat chest.” I’ve spent a lot of time in my body, “Pugh penned. “I am not afraid of my breast size because I am completely aware of it.”

 

“#F***ingFreeTheF***ingNipple” was the hashtag she used to sign off the post, and it appears she is continuing to spread this message.

 

 

Adam McChesney

Adam McChesney is a Journalist at Flaunt Weekly.

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