Florence Pugh responds to trolls who criticized her for wearing a sheer Valentino dress

Florence Pugh hit back at the cruel trolls who criticized her for wearing a sheer Valentino dress, asking how her nipples could offend people.

The 27-year-old actress is known for her gorgeous red carpet looks, but she was cruelly trolled after wearing a sheer gown at the Valentino fashion show in Rome in July.

At that time, I responded to The comments she received were from “vulgar” men as well as those who chose to “publicly destroy a woman’s body” with their remarks.

Proud: Florence Pugh has hit back at cruel trolls who criticized her for wearing a sheer Valentino gown, questioning how her nipples could offend people

Once again condemning the criticism she received, Florence said the vicious trolling proved there was still “a lot of work to do”.

appear as Winter 2023 fashion “I’ve never been afraid of what’s under the fabric,” the cover star told the publication, “If I’m happy with it, I’ll wear it.”

Of course, I don’t want to offend people, but I guess my point is: How could my nipples offend you so much? It is very important that we do this.

I know some people might scoff at me saying that, but if a dress looking over my breasts encourages people to say, “Well, if you get raped, you deserve it,” then it just shows me that there’s a lot more work to do.

The response: Florence has denounced the criticism she has received for her fashion choice, telling Vogue that vicious trolling proves there is still

The response: Florence has denounced the criticism she has received for her fashion choice, telling Vogue the vicious trolling proved there was still “a lot of work to be done.”

Florence proved she wasn’t paying attention to the trolls as she rocked a crop top when she arrived at a Valentino dinner as part of Paris Fashion Week in October.

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Florence was previously smitten by trolls after she donned a stunning pink tulle gown in Rome, slamming those who chose to “publicly destroy a woman’s body.”

“The interesting thing to watch and witness is how easy it is for men to completely destroy a woman’s body, publicly, proudly, for all to see,” she wrote in an enthusiastic Instagram post.

Many of you have wanted to forcefully tell me how disappointed you are with my “little bitch,” or how embarrassed I should be about you being “flat-chested.”

Incredible: The 27-year-old actress is known for her incredible red carpet looks, but she was cruelly trolled after wearing a sheer gown to the Valentino fashion show in Rome in July.

Incredible: The 27-year-old actress is known for her incredible red carpet looks, but she was cruelly trolled after wearing a sheer gown to the Valentino fashion show in Rome in July.

I have lived in my body for a long time. I am very aware of my breast size and am not afraid of it.

The Don’t Worry Darling star began her post by telling fans that she knew the dress would spark a backlash, but she was “excited” to wear the dress.

“Listen, I knew when I put on this gorgeous Valentino dress that there was no way there wouldn’t be commentary,” she wrote, along with a slideshow of the snap. Whether it was negative or positive, we all knew what we were doing.

I was excited to wear it, and a wink wasn’t my nervousness. I haven’t been before, during or until now.

‘Vulgar’: At the time, she responded to the comments of ‘vulgar’ men as well as those who chose to ‘publicly destroy a woman’s body’ with their remarks

“The interesting thing to watch and witness is how easy it is for men to completely, publicly, proudly destroy a woman’s body, for all to see. You even do it with job titles and work emails on your resume?”

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While she acknowledged that this isn’t the first time and certainly won’t be the last time a woman has been told what’s wrong with her body by a crowd of strangers, Florence said she’s “disconcerting” just how “tacky” some men can be.

The actress also opened up about her past insecurities about her own body, revealing that she “couldn’t bear to look” at herself as a teenager.

She added, ‘This isn’t the first time and certainly won’t be the last time a woman has been told what is wrong with her body by a crowd of strangers, what is troubling is how vulgar some men can be.

Fashion designer: Florence proved she wasn't paying attention to trolls as she rocked a crop top when she arrived at a Valentino dinner as part of Paris Fashion Week in October

Fashion designer: Florence proved she wasn’t paying attention to trolls as she rocked a crop top when she arrived at a Valentino dinner as part of Paris Fashion Week in October

Fortunately, I’ve come to terms with the complexities of my body that make me who I am. I’m happy with all the “flaws” I couldn’t bear to look at when I was 14.

Many of you have wanted to forcefully tell me how disappointed you are with my “little bitch,” or how embarrassed I should be about you being “flat-chested.”

I have lived in my body for a long time. I am very aware of my breast size and am not afraid of it.

The screen star went on to say that she was confused by people’s “loud annoyance at the size of my boobs and my body.”

Florence added, “What’s most worrying is…. Why are you so afraid of breasts? Small? Big? Left? Right? Just one? Maybe none?”

“It makes me wonder what happened to you to be so happy being so loudly annoyed at the size of my breasts and my body?”

The actress stated that she is “so grateful to be growing up in a home with women who are strong, strong, and so curvy” and said she will continue to be “loud vocal about being comfortable.”

“I am so grateful to have grown up in a home with so strong, strong and curvy women,” Florence writes. We were raised to find strength in the wrinkles of our bodies. Being vocal about being comfortable.

Struggles: The actress also opened up about her past body insecurities, revealing that she

Struggles: The actress also opened up about her past body insecurities, revealing that she “couldn’t bear to look” at herself as a teenager

It’s always been my job in the industry to say “f**k it and f**k” whenever anyone expects my body to turn into an opinion about what’s hot or sexually attractive.

The Lady Macbeth actress told those who are still “loud” women-shaming in 2020 to “grow up” and “respect people.”

“Respect bodies. Respect all women. Respect human beings. Life will get a lot easier, I promise. And it’s all because of cute little nipples.”

Newly: The actress announced that she

Newly: The actress declared that she’s “so grateful to be growing up in a home with women who are so strong, strong, and curvy.”

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