On Monday, the starlet took to Instagram to show off her latest looks for the film's press tour, which included two very different but both bridal-inspired looks. The first image in the Instagram gallery post captured Thompson's gorgeous Los Angeles premiere look: a layered and ruffled white tulle two-piece set by Giambattista Valli, which she wore with gold drop earrings, a black choker, and sky-high black platform heels. She finished the look with subtle glam by celebrity makeup artist Nina Park and a 1920s-inspired updo executed by hairstylist Kim Kimble.
Tessa opted for a black-and-white pinstripe tux by Alexander Vauthier paired with a crisp white button-down, a white flower lapel pin, and Maison Margiela Tabi heels for her second look. This time, Park delivered soft and glowy glam that included a rich red lip, and Kimble styled her hair into a finger-waved updo.
The actress appropriately captioned the post, "Bride + Groom." Both looks were styled by the Wayman and Micah styling team.
Another theme in Thompson's tour looks? Each one has been exclusively black-and-white, a play on the film's black-and-white cinematography, which reflects the movie's era. Last week, the actress shared an Instagram post that included three black-and-white dresses by Rodarte, which could all easily transfrom into a bridal moment.
One of the dresses featured a collar, statement sleeves, and a midsection bow, while the other two dresses had very feminine silhouettes. The long-sleeved midi dress included a ruffled chest, voluminous shoulders, and pearl buttons, and the third gown had a plunging lace neckline and an ivory satin skirt. All three looks are reminiscent of the movie's time era.
Last month, the actress also posted a photo with Michaela Coel, where Thompson wore a wedding-inspired suit made of ivory satin.
Passing tackles the conversation of race in the 1920s when two childhood friends Irene (Thompson) and Clara (Ruth Negga), both mixed-race, reconnect and discover the very different lives they lead: Irene married a Black doctor, and Clara married a white man from whom she hides her race.