Florence Pugh Photos Over The Years

Not gonna lie — I want Florence Pugh’s wardrobe. ?

Florence Pugh stars as Yelena in Marvel’s brand-new movie Black Widow, and fans are *rightfully* obsessed with her.

Jay Maidment / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures / Marvel Studios / Courtesy Everett Collection

From Little Women to Midsommar, the English actor has had plenty of memorable roles over the years — and I, for one, can’t wait for what’s to come (cough, cough, Don’t Worry Darling with Harry Styles).

So, whether you’re a new Florence fan or you’ve been a fan from the start, here are 17 photos over the years that might just make you love her even more:


Florence Pugh in 2013:

Rune Hellestad / Corbis via Getty Images

Florence worked the red carpet in all black at The London Critics Circle Film Awards.


Florence Pugh in 2014:

Karwai Tang / WireImage / Getty Images

Florence attended a screening of The Falling with costar Maisie Williams and director Carol Morley. (Can we talk about this jumpsuit???)


Florence Pugh in 2014:

Gareth Cattermole / Getty Images

Here’s Florence at the BFI London Film Festival Awards. I’m very much here for the fishtail braid. 


Florence Pugh in 2015:

Ian Gavan / Getty Images

And here she is at the London gala screening of The Falling — looking as elegant as ever.


Florence Pugh in 2015:

Fred Duval / FilmMagic / Getty images

Florence kept it casual and cool at The London Critics Circle Awards nominations.


Florence Pugh in 2016:

David M. Benett / Getty Images

Florence attended The London Evening Standard British Film Awards, serving us Little Women vibes with the braided updo. 


Florence Pugh in 2017:

Nicholas Hunt / Getty Images

The next year, Florence switched things up and went for dark hair, and TBH, it’s a look.


Florence Pugh in 2017:

Dave J Hogan / Getty Images

That same year, Florence won Best Actress for her role in Lady Macbeth and clearly didn’t hold back the excitement. Super cute!!!


Florence Pugh in 2018:

Mike Marsland / WireImage / Getty Images

Florence switched up her look again with a lighter and shorter ‘do at the London Film Critics Circle Awards.


Florence Pugh in 2019:

Pascal Le Segretain / Getty Images

Queen Florence graced us with her presence at the Cannes Film Festival for the screening of La Belle Époque


Florence Pugh in 2019:

Jim Spellman / Getty Images

Florence gave ~boho vibes~ at a New York screening for the one and only Midsommar.


Florence Pugh in 2019:

Taylor Hill / WireImage / Getty Images

Here she is giving us ✨royalty✨ at the world premiere of Little Women.

TBH, the whole cast is giving royalty.

Dia Dipasupil / Getty Images

Here’s Emma Watson, Saoirse Ronan, Florence Pugh, and Eliza Scanlen all serving. Bye.


Florence Pugh in 2020:

Steve Granitz / WireImage / Getty Images

Florence had tons of glitz and glam at the Critics’ Choice Awards.


Florence Pugh in 2020:

Amy Sussman / Getty Images

Later that year, Florence gave us this iconic tiered dress at the Oscars.


Florence Pugh in 2020:

Frazer Harrison / Getty Images

And she shined at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills.


Florence Pugh in 2021:

Mike Marsland / WireImage / Getty Images

Florence showed off purple ombre hair at the Black Widow (!!!) UK film premiere in London.


Florence Pugh in 2021:

Stephane Cardinale / Corbis / Getty Images

And Florence gave us ~fashun~ and ~color~ at Paris Fashion Week in early July. 

WHEW, let’s face it — Florence has been killin’ it for years!!!

Which Florence Pugh era is your fave? Let us know in the comments below!

BuzzFeed Daily

Keep up with the latest daily buzz with the BuzzFeed Daily newsletter!

Source: BuzzFeed – Celebrity

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Related Post


Sign up for Breaking News, Newsletter, Blog Posts and Special Deals from 1631 Digital and their media/marketing partners.

Subscribers agree to be contacted from 1631 Digital News and/or their media/marketing partners for breaking news alerts, newsletters and special media marketing offers via email, mail and/or texting communication.