Florence Pugh has been experimenting with daring fashion as her fame grows.
Pugh has stunned in sheer gowns, dresses with cutouts, and eye-catching two pieces.
Most recently, she wore a see-through gown designed by Alexander McQueen.
Florence Pugh wore a tea-length dress with a daring neckline in 2016.
At the Evening Standard Film Awards, Pugh wore an open-back dress from Millie.
The tea-length dress was covered in a multicolored, geometric pattern.
The halter neckline plunged low, dipping almost all the way to Pugh's navel. Pointed-toe heels completed the ensemble.
While attending a BBC screening of "King Lear" in 2018, Pugh rocked a sheer top.
Pugh paired high-waisted white trousers with a semi-sheer white top embroidered with flowers.
She wore her hair slicked back, letting the shirt shine.
Pugh stunned in a Schiaparelli dress for the 2019 Cannes Film Festival.
The light-blue dress had Grecian-style sleeves that gave way to a bodice with a low neckline and pops of red fabric on the side.
A fitted waist flowed into an asymmetrical skirt patterned with flowers, and it featured a thigh-high slit.
Strappy, red heels tied the outfit together.
A daring cutout made Pugh's sophisticated dress for a 2019 "Little Women" event stand out.
Pugh's pink, gingham Emilia Wickstead dress had a collared neckline, full sleeves, and a pencil-style skirt.
A cutout in the center of the bodice gave the elegant look a modern feel, as did the white, pointed-toe heels Pugh wore with the dress.
Pugh shined in a gold Louis Vuitton dress at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscars after-party.
The column dress had a plunging neckline, thigh-high slit, and delicate cutouts on the skirt.
The gown's sparkly, gold fabric made it feel glamorous.
A Miu Miu two-piece fit Pugh like a glove for the 2021 "Black Widow" premiere.
The ensemble consisted of a black top and a matching column skirt.
Rope lacing made of crystals kept the crop top together. The laces hung down to the skirt, almost doubling as a necklace.
Pugh's sparkly shoes matched the embellishments on the top.
Pugh's Stella McCartney minidress for an appearance on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" had daring cutouts.
The asymmetrical dress had a high neckline and a single quarter-length sleeve.
On the other side of the garment, two cutouts showed off Pugh's chest and stomach.
The subtle sparkles on the brown fabric made it feel perfect for a late-night show.
Pugh wore another minidress with cutouts for the premiere of "The Northman."
Pugh's black David Koma dress had a high neckline that immediately dipped into three cutouts, one of which dipped down her stomach.
The cutouts on the long-sleeve dress were framed by sparkly embellishments. The actor wore black boots with the look.
Pugh wore a two-piece that was almost entirely sheer to a Tiffany & Co. event.
The Emilia Wickstead set consisted of a crop top and long column skirt.
Both featured a mosaic pattern that created cutouts from head-to-toe.
Sheer, black gloves, open-toe black heels, and Tiffany & Co. jewelry tied the look together.
Pugh wore a completely see-through pink dress to a Valentino runway show.
The hot-pink dress had a cinched waist, a tulle skirt, and a high neckline with fabric flowing out of the collar. Pugh wore matching platform heels with the dress.
The bodice was entirely sheer, and although she loved the dress, Pugh speak out against men's reactions to the transparent fabric after she wore it.
Pugh arrived at the 2022 Venice Film Festival in a three-piece set.
The Valentino set consisted of a bra top, high-waisted shorts, and a button-down, all of which were printed with "Maison Valentino" in funky fonts.
Pugh made the ensemble look effortlessly cool at the festival, as she added matching heels, a purple purse, and sunglasses to the outfit.
And later that day, Pugh stunned in a Maison Valentino gown at the red-carpet premiere of "Don't Worry Darling."
The black dress was entirely covered in sparkly embellishments and looked like a cross between a bodysuit and a ball gown.
Puffy sleeves and a sweetheart neckline accented an off-the-shoulder neckline.
The corset bodice was sheer on top, while the bottom half was slightly less transparent, covering Pugh through her upper thigh.
A sheer skirt cinched out from the ensemble at the waist, and it flowed into a dramatic train that showed off Pugh's legs.
Feathered shoes added to the daring look.
Pugh embraced sheer fabric again at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 2022 New Members Reception.
Like her dress for the "Don't Worry Darling" premiere, Pugh's short-sleeve Rodarte gown was made of sheer, sparkly fabric.
The see-through fabric exposed her black underwear and bralette, while bow details on the front of the dress added a playful feel.
In November 2022, Pugh wore another see-through dress to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 13th Governors Awards.
Pugh's slip-style Victoria Beckham dress had an asymmetrical pattern made of white fabric and sheer panels with silver polka dots.
The transparent fabric covered Pugh's stomach and legs, while the white fabric curled around her chest and waist for coverage.
A statement necklace from Tiffany & Co. completed the look.
In December 2022, Pugh wowed in a bright-red Valentino gown.
The dress had a square neckline, full skirt, and was completely backless.
The bodice also had a square shape, leaving the side of Pugh's chest exposed.
A dramatic train gave the dress a Hollywood feel.
Pugh added a statement headpiece to her outfit for the London Critics' Circle Film Awards in February 2023.
Pugh wore an all-red ensemble designed by Robert Wun to the event.
The strapless top had a voluminous peplum and corset-style ties in the back, and she paired it with a coordinating column skirt.
But the standout feature of the ensemble was Pugh's red cowboy hat, which had a tulle veil that reached the floor.
Pugh wore a bikini top with a statement coat to the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party in March 2023.
Designed by Valentino, Pugh's look paired high-waisted black trousers with a coordinating bikini top that was adorned with rosettes.
A pink jacket that doubled as a cape completed the ensemble.
She chose a backless Valentino dress for a New York screening of "A Good Person" in March 2023.
The suit dress had a semi-sheer, white bodice with a collared neckline. The bodice was completely backless and had side cutouts, covering only Pugh's front.
A black tie cinched at Pugh's neck, coordinating with the gown's form-fitting black skirt.
Pugh wore another sheer dress from Valentino at an event at Tiffany & Co. in April 2023.
The sage-green dress had a strapless neckline and off-the-shoulder sleeves, which flowed into a cape.
Most of the dress was made of sheer, gauzy fabric that flowed to Pugh's feet. A coordinating bodysuit provided coverage.
Pugh debuted her shaved head with a daring headpiece at the 2023 Met Gala.
Pugh's white gown for the Met Gala featured a daring cutout tied together by a black bow, and a matching sky-high, black feathered headpiece. A giant train added drama to the look.
In her most daring look to date, Pugh arrived at Valentino's Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week show in an entirely sheer dress.
The floor-length, lilac dress had a fringed, halter neckline that plunged to her navel.
The gown's billowy fabric that made up the dress and the cape that flowed out behind her was totally sheer, with only a thong providing Pugh with any coverage.
It was also backless, making the gown even more daring.
Pugh wore another sheer look to the 2023 ELLE Style Awards.
Designed by Alexander McQueen, the white, halter gown almost looked like a wedding dress, as its mesh base was adorned with 3D flowers.
The gown also had a low back and a delicate train.
Pugh wore no bra with the ensemble, making it an even bolder look.
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