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Think Halloween is over? Think again. The photos from the terrible vacation are still flowing, as shown by a series of new photos shared by Florence Pugh on Instagram. On Tuesday, the “Don’t Worry Darling” star revealed her Halloween costume of choice, donning Cruella, the stylish villain from Disney’s hit “101 Dalmatians.”
Pugh, 26, wore a dalmatian-print dress that featured a bodice and halter-style detailing. Of course, since Cruella is one of Disney’s greatest villains, it’s only fitting that Pugh be equipped to keep the gang safe. For starters, he layered a black-and-gold watch over his black opera gloves. Later, she added a black choker with a dangling black heart diamond in addition to a thin pearl necklace and gold pendant. A black and white wig and ruby-red lipstick completed Pugh’s spooky Halloween costume.
His friend Theo Smith took the opportunity to dress Pugh, to carry his clothes when he arrived at the end of his arrival at the Venice Film Festival during the film promotion “Don’t Remember Darling”, wearing a purple belt, shorts, gas top and Aperol. Spritz on hand. The actress mentioned both outfits in her caption, writing: “Red lips, sh*t wigs, dog man and truth, Aperol, Timberlake and hot lips. Loved that Halloween .”
Interestingly, the actress looks a little Cruella-esque these days. Earlier this month, she stepped out in a sheer black dress covered in a bow and glitter. Taken from the Rodarte Fall 2022 collection, the dramatic dress features metallic tulle and silk organza with a floor-length skirt and puff sleeves. And last week, she chose a look for Erdem from the spring 2023 runway. It included a sleeveless skirt with contrasting stitching and an A-line skirt with a wide belt and bows. on the sides.
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