Florence Pugh does not care about the brand of her clothes.
The ‘Midsommar’ star – who is the face of American clothing brand J. Crew’s The Art of Getting Dressed campaign – is known for sporting designer brands on the red carpet, but insisted that all that matters is that the clothes she wears make her “feel good”. .
The 26-year-old actress told Elle.com, “You know what? I wish that were the case.
“I was able to adapt to my adult lifestyle thanks to my ability to wear certain brands, but I knew from a young age that it didn’t matter where [the clothes] were for as long as it felt good and looked good.
The actress – who recently underwent a major hair transformation from long locks to a pixie cut – also revealed that she is a fashion chameleon and wants her style to change “every day. “.
She continued, “I don’t [look] the same way every day. I’m too greedy for that. I want to be everything, and I want to look like everything, and I want to change my personality every day.
The ‘Little Women’ star thinks people feel “safe” in J.Crew.
She said: “Everyone I’ve spoken to has had J.Crew items in their wardrobe for the past 10 years, five years, whatever. They dress their children [in it]. It’s a brand people feel safe with because it understands their shape and mood and who they are today.
Florence also praised fellow actresses Cynthia Erivo, 35, and Tessa Thompson, 38, for being “bold” with their ensembles.
She said, “I think [Erivo’s style] is so bold. My stylist always says “Fashion is here to be fun”. And for me, Cynthia Erivo is definitely someone who never holds back… Same for Tessa Thompson. I mean, you can’t put one of his red carpets next to the other and say it’s the same person walking out.
The ‘Black Widow’ star added that she takes “inspiration” from everyone she looks up to when it comes to clothing.
Florence said: “When I meet someone whose look I like, I definitely take inspiration from them. I take inspiration from the color of their clothes, their nails. It’s something I don’t shy away from. not to fit in. But I never completely clone them.