Florence Pugh channels 'Midsommar' in a sheer pink outfit: 'Put a s**tload of flowers in your hair like Dani did'

Florence Pugh channels 'Midsommar' with latest look. (Photo: Edward Berthelot/Getty Images)
Florence Pugh channels 'Midsommar' with latest look. (Photo: Edward Berthelot/Getty Images)

Florence Pugh is taking style cues from one of her most iconic characters.

On Saturday, the Little Women actress took to Instagram to share a series of photos of herself sporting a sheer, hot pink jumpsuit over a pale pink bikini. She accessorized the look with a flower crown — which horror fans will recognize as a look that her character Dani sported first in the 2019 film Midsommar.

Pugh indeed was nodding to the Ari Aster film, which follows a group of 20-something Americans to a Swedish midsommar festival — where they’re plucked off one by one by cult members. She captioned the post, “Grab your friend, grab a field, frolic in pink and sing stupid silliness. And also put a s**tload of flowers in your hair like Dani did.”

Fans loved the look. One commented, “QUEEN OF SUMMER,” while another added, “Yaaas, May queen” — a reference to Dani winning the title at the end of the movie.

Pugh may be reliving her Midsommar days in her latest Instagram post, but she’s looking towards the future with a new project that also features a woman in peril. She is next starring in director Olivia Wilde’s thriller Don’t Worry Darling, in which she plays a housewife who starts to suspect that her idealistic community is hiding some serious secrets. Harry Styles also stars as her husband.

The Black Widow star recently defended herself after she wore another sheer pink outfit — with nothing underneath. The English actress, who wore the sheer Valentino gown at the brand’s fashion show in Rome in July, wrote on Instagram that she received body-shaming comments on photos of her wearing the outfit, sharing that it “won’t be the last time a woman will hear what’s wrong with her body by a crowd of strangers.”

"I’ve lived in my body for a long time," Pugh continued. "I’m fully aware of my breast size and am not scared of it. What’s more concerning is ... Why are you so scared of breasts? Small? Large? Left? Right? Only one? Maybe none? What. Is. So. Terrifying. It makes me wonder what happened to you to be so content on being so loudly upset by the size of my boobs and body?”

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