In an effort to liberate the nipple, Florence Pugh made headlines a few months ago by wearing a bright pink transparent Valentino dress. The style became quite popular, which brought the debate of the free breast movement back into the public consciousness.
Now, Olivia Wilde is also stepping out in favor of the cause after she appeared on the cover of Elle wearing a top that covers half her breast. This comes following Wilde’s appearance on the cover of Elle wearing a shirt that covers half her chest.
All of this transpires in the wake of the controversy that surrounded the movie Don’t Worry Darling, which Oliva Wilde directed and which starred Florence Pugh.
In spite of the fact that rumors about purported tensions behind the scenes have taken over the internet (none of which has been substantiated), it is abundantly evident that both of them believe that women should be free to wear whatever they want.
Here you can check out some posts by Olivia Wilde and Florence Pugh.
Wilde has, for a significant amount of time, been a champion for the rights and expression of women. She gave an interview to Vogue in 2021, and one of the topics she covered was precisely this one.
The interviewer referred to a breastfeeding picture that had gone viral that the actor and director had tweeted and inquired as to whether or not Wilde was a supporter of the #FreetheNipple campaign.
The actress gave her response and said, Wilde, who has two children of her own, has written on her blog about nursing. As she has said, she is working to dispel the stigma that is associated with nipple liberation. As was reported, she shared a picture on Instagram in 2016 with the message “#neverunderestimatethepowerofawoman” showing her nursing her kid. The photo was accompanied by a hashtag.
Both of these actresses have been quite vocal and proud about their support of women’s rights, particularly with regard to the restrictions placed on what they are permitted to wear in public.
On the other hand, there are a significant number of individuals who hold the opinion that these fashion statements should be avoided. Florence Pugh has said that there are some who were “aggravated” by the decisions that she made about her clothing. In addition, the actress from “Little Women” said that she found it “alarming” how angry people were about her dress.
Since then, Jessica Chastain backed Pugh’s dress, and many other celebs have come out in favor and sported the transparent style. Since then, the actress from Midsommar has donned yet another transparent pink outfit, and she also wore a see-through garment that was sheer and naked at Paris Fashion Week.
Don’t Worry Darling, starring Florence Pugh and Olivia Wilde, is already shaping up to be one of the most anticipated films of 2022, and Pugh is set to star in another picture that will be released in the latter part of this year. In the not-too-distant future, I have no doubt that both of these ladies will wow us with even more remarkable fashion statements.