Florence Pugh knows a thing or two about a showstopping sheer moment, in case you were in need of a reminder.
Since the Little Women star practically broke the internet last July when she stepped out in a see-through gown (imbued with Valentino's vibrant 'Pink PP' shade no less), she has come through with yet another look that stopped us in our tracks.
The 27-year-old put in a seriously stylish appearance on the front row at her beloved Valentino's AW23 show, giving us one more reason to laud the looks at Paris Fashion Week.
Florence looked characteristically elegant, but with an unmistakably cool-girl edge.
Florence wore a sheer maxi skirt for the occasion
She kept things relatively understated on top, sporting a grey marl cropped sweatshirt which brought an injection of glitz via a sparkly choker-style neckline. But without a doubt, it was Florence's skirt that took centre stage.
She hopped on party season's much-adored visible lingerie trend for the occasion, donning a see-through maxi skirt which was adorned with transparent sequins. The unique piece featured a skinny cream waistband, clusters of embellishment and a flowing train of elaborate beading.
The Don't Worry Darling actress accessorised with a selection of unfussy jewellery – stud earrings, a ring and two bracelets from Tiffany & Co.'s 'Victoria' line that glistened in the light but felt subtle and classic. Florence topped off her look with a bag that any magpie would fall head over heels for. The bead-encrusted piece by Valentino Garavani featured the Italian house's instantly recognisable 'VLOGO' and shiny chrome hardware.
The screen star opted for an undone topknot
The actress, who has been favouring the updos of late, wore her hair in a topknot which had a fresh, undone feel about it. Florence turned to her long-time makeup artist Alex Babsky for her flawless base, feathered brows, her signature soft feline flick liner and a wash of rose across her lips. Parfait indeed.
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