Margot Robbie, the quintessential girl next door. From day one, she has captured our hearts, on and off the silver screen.
On screen she portrays some seriously wacky characters – suicide squad anyone? – and offscreen, she certainly has earned some well deserved street style dressing fame.
From jeans and joggers to red carpet gowns, never can she put a foot wrong.
Whether she’s teamed her outfit with her long, golden locks, or gone for the cropped darker mane, we’re going to show you how to dress, and impress, like Margot Robbie.
Cool and Casual
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When it comes to floor length gowns, a perfect trick is to not solely reserve them for the red carpet. While we aren’t talking belle-like ball gowns, believe us when we say that the more “casual” red carpet outfits will fit perfectly into your everyday wardrobe. Once styled properly, they can work wonders for both the warmer summer months and the cooler climates. Think ‘maxi dress’.
For those who need something that transitions from the office-to-bar, look no further. Throw on a casual, black, floor length dress (look for a cotton-satin blend for better drape and shape) and pair it back with some platform sneakers. Opt for a dress with extra detail: think cut outs, low backs, modern lace detailing or spaghetti straps, for a modern take on day-to-night dressing.
Finish it off with an oversized mohair jumper come Winter, or a vintage denim jacket for the cooler Summer nights, and a novelty (smallish) bag to hold all your essentials. Margot Robbie street style done right.
Red Carpet Dressing
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Not one to shy away from daring designs, Margot Robbie knows how to step on to every red carpet wearing something show-stopping. From cut-outs to deep Vs, there’s not a style that doesn’t suit her straight-from-the-ocean looks, and incredible physique.
The key to dressing like Margot Robbie is picking one of her many styles that suits you best. While some are blessed with the ability to act like a chameleon when it comes to fashion trends, for others it’s best to stick to those that we know work best.
For a fancier evening affair, opt for a floor length gown with plenty of intricate detailing. For those with petite frames, look for a style that showcases your frame – just watch that the material isn’t swamping your body. For those with more of an hourglass figure, show off your curves with a deep-V neckline and a side slit in the skirt.
Team semi-sheer materials with a side-swept do and dark makeup, then pull it all together with a classic pump and an elegant clutch. (Big enough to fit a few bits and pieces of touch up makeup, of course.)
Tea Dresses Done Right
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The classic little tea dress is making a come back, and Margot Robbie is front and centre of its revival. Styling this look right is all about finding a cute little dress with the perfect print. The trick to perfecting it, however, is ensuring you toughen up the floral print with gold hardware and darker accessories.
Opt for a style that sits around mid thigh length, the longer hemline will counteract any “cutesie” look about the outfit. Fuller skirts, ruffles, and cap sleeves are a must: the more detailing the better, I always say.
Pare it back with a pair of strappy stilettos, then throw an of-the-moment handbag over your shoulder (think Gucci, Furla and Olympia Le Tan). With a pair of sunnies in your hand, your Margot Robbie style is set to go.