Florence Pugh Looks So Different On Her Birthday - And Fans Love It

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Photo credit: Mike Marsland - Getty Images
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Florence Pugh, the English Black Widow actress, has arrived. Well, she's trending on Twitter today for her 26th birthday, which is basically the same thing, right? Fans are rushing to the platform to wish her happy birthday with adoring video montages and picture threads. Not to mention reposts of her latest Instagram, which really has the internet *talking.*

After chopping her hair off into a brown pixie mullet cut back in November, she graduated to an even shorter peroxide blonde crop. Last night, she shared a post of herself, drink in hand, wearing quite the party look, and fans are freaking out. Her blonde hair is styled into a grungy, messy, sort of spiky 'do, complete with a side fringe (which looks amazing with her red lipstick.) But the outfit, though: she's gone for a black short-sleeved mini dress and some seriously banging black platform boots by Harris Reed.

These are not just any high street platforms. They are break-your-ankle-tall (8 inches!), lacing up all the way to the knees. Shy partygoers need not apply. A version of the boot retails online for a cool £2,600, and Pugh said of them: 'I would like thank @harris_reed for designing the best fucking party shoe. They were my Christmas present to myself and I shall pass them down to my children one day. Heels for queens.'

The whole look is a little bit 90s, a little 70s, a little goth, and yet it all magically works together. See it here:

Bella Thorne commented, 'Punk beauty,' and the internet could not agree more. Here's what some other fans said:

This is everything @florencepugh 😍😍😍

Still not and will not get over them 👢



is everyone else breathing okay?

the shoes wow


something very lesbian just happened to me


Happy birthday to Florence!

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