Halle Berry nails the lockdown pillow challenge
Halle Berry just proved she can pull off any look - even when she’s wearing nothing but a pillow.
The 53-year-old actress got creative while social distancing at home on Wednesday, transforming her bedding into a fashionable outfit as part of social media’s latest viral trend.
The #QuarantinePillowChallenge has seen Instagram users style up their bedding, specifically their pillows, and share the sartorial results online.
The latest celebrity participant is Halle Berry, who naturally nailed the look.
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In her latest Instagram photo, the actress belted a fluffy pillow at the waist, to imitate the silhouette of a gown, and accessorised the look with heels, sunglasses, and an oversized floppy hat.
The actor also pulled a fierce high-fashion pose as she was snapped in her back garden during coronavirus quarantine.
“You already KNOW you couldn’t keep me from the #PillowChallenge,” she captioned the snap, with a laugh crying emoji.
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While many YouTubers, bloggers and influencers have been showing off their quarantine-friendly looks for the viral challenge, Halle is actually an early celebrity entrant to take up the pillow look.
And clearly she’s set the style bar very high.
We wouldn’t be at all surprised if the next star to don their pillow is Amanda Holden.
The 49-year-old TV judge has been doing her bit to lift the nation’s spirits during the coronavirus lockdown by sharing a series of videos and photos of her performing everyday tasks in weird and wonderful outfits.
From taking out the rubbish in a couture ball gown to mowing the lawn in both a bikini and a wedding dress, the presenter has been keeping us all amused with her sartorial choices for household chores.
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Meanwhile, a woman decided to wear a ballgown every day to work from home during the pandemic.
New York-based Lucy Rogers has been receiving dresses via the clothing subscription service Rent the Runway.