Florence Pugh introduced a beautiful assertion look to Valentino’s high fashion present in Chantilly, France, right now. It comes about one yr after her sheer costume ultimately summer time’s high fashion present led her to talk out in regards to the physique shaming feedback she obtained over her nipples being seen.
For this yr’s present, Pugh wore a sheer lilac costume with an enormous bow within the again. The see-through look echoes the Barbie pink robe she wore throughout the home’s high fashion present in Rome on July 8, 2022. Pugh appeared gorgeous in each outfits.
Here is right now’s look:
And here is final yr’s:
Following the uproar round her revealing outfit final summer time, Pugh wrote a candid Instagram publish about why she selected to put on the costume, stressing that she knew it might get feedback, however she felt nice in it. “What’s extra regarding is…. Why are you so terrified of breasts?” she wrote to the bodyshamers. “Small? Giant? Left? Proper? Just one? Possibly none? What. Is. So. Terrifying. It makes me marvel what occurred to you to be so content material on being so loudly upset by the scale of my boobs and physique..?”
You may learn her full assertion under, as they might simply be stated for this yr’s costume too:
Hear, I knew once I wore that unbelievable Valentino costume that there was no method there wouldn’t be a commentary on it. Whether or not or not it’s unfavorable or constructive, all of us knew what we had been doing.
I used to be excited to put on it, not a wink of me was nervous. I wasn’t earlier than, throughout and even now after.
What’s been attention-grabbing to look at and witness is simply how simple it’s for males to completely destroy a girl’s physique, publicly, proudly, for everybody to see. You even do it together with your job titles and work emails in your bio..?
It isn’t the primary time and definitely received’t be the final time a girl will hear what’s incorrect together with her physique by a crowd of strangers, what’s worrying is simply how vulgar a few of you males could be.
Fortunately, I’ve come to phrases with the intricacies of my physique that make me, me. I’m pleased with the entire ‘flaws’ that I couldn’t bear to have a look at once I was 14.
So lots of you wished to aggressively let me understand how dissatisfied you had been by my ‘tiny tits’, or how I ought to be embarrassed by being so ‘flat chested’.
I’ve lived in my physique for a very long time. I’m totally conscious of my breast measurement and am not terrified of it.
What’s extra regarding is…. Why are you so terrified of breasts? Small? Giant? Left? Proper? Just one? Possibly none?
What. Is. So. Terrifying.
It makes me marvel what occurred to you to be so content material on being so loudly upset by the scale of my boobs and physique..?
I’m very grateful that I grew up in a family with very robust, highly effective, curvy ladies. We had been raised to seek out energy within the creases of our physique. To be loud about being comfy. It has all the time been my mission on this business to say ‘fuck it and fuck that’ every time anybody expects my physique to morph into an opinion of what’s scorching or sexually engaging.
I wore that costume as a result of I do know.
If being loudly abusive in direction of ladies publicly in 2022 is very easy for you, then the reply is that it’s you who doesn’t know.
Develop up. Respect individuals. Respect our bodies. Respect all ladies. Respect people. Life will get a complete lot simpler, I promise.
And all due to two cute little nipples….
Oh! The final slide is for many who really feel extra comfy with that inch of darker pores and skin to be coated…
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Alyssa Bailey is the senior information and technique editor at ELLE.com, the place she oversees protection of celebrities and royals (significantly Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton). She beforehand held positions at InStyle and Cosmopolitan. When she’s not working, she loves working round Central Park, making individuals take #ootd pics of her, and exploring New York Metropolis.