From shimmering gowns to sleek pantsuits, Margot Robbie is a fashion chameleon who isn’t afraid to take risks. Her sense of adventure has paid off because she’s known as one of Hollywood’s best-dressed actresses. Here’s a look at some of Margot Robbie’s best red-carpet fashion moments.
“About Time” Premiere
Margot Robbie made her acting debut in 2008 in a single episode of the Australian crime drama "City Homicide," but she didn’t become well-known to American audiences until her break-out role in “The Wolf of Wall Street.” This look from the August 2013 UK premiere of “About Time” is just months before she would skyrocket to Hollywood fame.
This all-white look plays with the peekaboo trend that was popular in the early 2010s. A short skirt is overlaid with a delicate white paisley lace that is quintessentially 2013. The white fringe adds an area of interest to the waistline, which Robbie seamlessly pulls off.
78th Annual Golden Globes
Margot Robbie became a Chanel ambassador in 2018, and rightly so. This Chanel dress from the 2021 Golden Globes red carpet strikes the perfect balance of boho and chic. Although Robbie wasn’t nominated for a Golden Globe that year, she still wowed spectators in this black-and-white floor-length look.
The off-the-shoulder long sleeves, surprise leg-slit, and chic black Chanel belt all work together to create the elegant vibe that Robbie embodies for the luxury brand. Of course, she completed the look with a Chanel purse and Chanel jewelry. Robbie kept the whole look understated with natural waves and a subtle pink lip.
A Bombshell in Giambattista Valli
Margot Robbie may give classic Australian beach girl vibes, but she can also serve haute couture like nobody’s business. The actress wore a lavender Giambattista Valli dress to a special screening of her movie “Bombshell” in 2019. The voluminous tulle gown made her look like a bombshell, that’s for sure.
The couture gown is all dramatic draping and fairy tale-worthy layers of tulle. The light pastel color makes the actress stand out against the event’s black carpet, which is no doubt intentional. The flowing silhouette of the dress is mirrored in Robbie's relaxed wavey hair and her bright, dewy makeup.
The 51st Logie Awards
This red carpet look from Margot Robbie’s early career is a stand-out blast from the past. This black and orange dress from the 2009 Logie Awards is a testament to how her style has evolved over the years. Although the silhouette and color of the dress are a definite product of their time, she still pulls it off.
Everything about this look screams “early 2000s,” from the bold colors to the high-low hemline. Although the famous actress probably wouldn’t wear something like this today, the layers and design are pretty fun. Robbie finished off her red carpet look with classy minimal jewelry.
“Goodbye Christopher Robin” London Premiere
One thing about Margot Robbie is that she goes from cute to glam in a way no one else can. Her chameleon-like sense of fashion is on full display with this adorably chic dress from the “Goodbye Christopher Robin” London premiere in 2017.
The floral Brock Collection dress is softer and more vintage-inspired than most of Robbie’s looks. The romantic dress fits the theme of the sweet film with its delicate floral print and boho string-tie bodice. As always, Robbie kept things interesting with a wet-hair look and yellow eyeshadow that elevated the whole look and makes her stand out.
U.K. Premiere of “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood”
By the year 2019, Margot Robbie had established herself as one of Hollywood’s chicest stars. It is no wonder, then, that she pulled out all the stops for the “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood” London premiere. She wore an exquisite Grecian-inspired, unique burnt orange dress by Oscar de la Renta that made her look like a true goddess with no comparison.
The burnt orange chiffon and plunging neckline work beautifully with her blonde wavy hair and gold-accent jewelry. The flowing scarf added a unique touch as well. A heavy eye and sun-kissed lip tint tied the whole windswept look together.
Academy Awards Glamor
The gold Tom Ford dress that Margot Robbie wore to the 2016 Academy Awards is by far one of her most memorable red-carpet looks. For this event, Robbie teamed up with her stylist, Kate Young, to create a look that mirrored the literal golden sheen of the Oscars.
The plunging neckline, gold snakeskin leather, and understated color palette channeled old Hollywood, but the actress kept it fresh with natural makeup and subtly styled windswept hair. The velvet black clutch grounded the look so as not to be over the top. This golden look put Robbie on the fashion map, and it’s still absolutely stunning all these years later.
“Mary Queen of Scots” in Rodarte
Margot Robbie gave a subtle nod to British history during the 2018 U.K. premiere of her film “Mary Queen of Scots.” The actress, who plays Queen Elizabeth I in the film, wore a polka dot floor-length Rodarte gown from the brand’s beautiful Spring 2019 collection.
The simple silhouette and construction of the dress are offset by bold beaded roses, which are England’s national flower. The gorgeous detail seemed pretty appropriate, seeing as how she played one of Britain’s most famous monarchs. To top it all off, Robbie wore her gold curls down around her shoulders with a bold red lip.
A Feathery “Birds of Prey” Look
Robbie famously plays Harley Quinn in the DC Extended Universe. For the world premiere of her 2020 film “Birds of Prey,” she matched the theme while still looking totally glam. Her black gown, designed by Dries van Noten, featured a voluminous skirt and a bold ostrich feather bodice.
Robbie was obviously channeling her inner Harley Quinn with this look. It’s bold without being kitsch. The cut is risqué without being too revealing, and it’s different from Robbie’s usual classic vibe. The bird-inspired dress was paired with hot pink opera gloves that went past her elbows, adding just the right amount of over-the-top color.
Getting Wild at the “Suicide Squad” Premiere
Margot Robbie is always changing things up when it comes to her red-carpet fashion. She’s not afraid to take risks and wear things she loves. For the 2016 U.K. premiere of “Suicide Squad,” Robbie went with a bold Gucci gown that was completely unprecedented.
The cream-colored gown featured a bold graphic of a roaring tiger on the front, along with florals and foliage along the straps and hem. The neutral fabric of this maxi dress only amplifies the gorgeously crafted appliques and sequins. The look is slightly avant-garde for the red carpet, but it fits the energy of the “Suicide Squad” pink carpet perfectly.
The 2009 Kids’ Choice Awards
Margot Robbie attended the 2009 Australian Kids’ Choice Awards in a cute strapless minidress, which seems unheard of for her modern-day red-carpet style. The dress is playful and fun, with pink tie-dye splotches and a squiggly accent along the hemline. The star proves here that she doesn't have to wear a ravishing gown to look her best.
Robbie accessorized her minidress with a white headband. This outfit, which is over ten years old, is a refreshing look at the early days of the actress’ style evolution. Her fresh-faced makeup and minimal jewelry are two things that seem to have stuck as her style has matured.
An Edgy “Women in Hollywood” Celebration
Margot Robbie is known for her show-stopping red carpet looks that exude elegance and old Hollywood glamor. The actress went in a slightly different direction for the 2019 ELLE Women in Hollywood Celebration, which was held in Beverly Hills.
Her all-black look is edgier than most of her usual outfits but is still elegant and chic. The Ralph Lauren look included a shimmery black top and a luxurious satin skirt at the bottom. She paired it with a big black cumberbund and a bold smokey eye. The monochromatic look perfectly fits in with the event’s black carpet, creating an all-around glam vibe.
Australians in Film Awards
Margot Robbie’s star was on the rise in 2011. So, it’s no surprise that she stepped up her fashion game for the Australians at Film Breakthrough Awards that year. The actress kept it short and sweet with a pale yellow minidress and nude heels. The look is minimalist, elegant, and youthful.
You can almost see the excitement on Robbie’s face as she struts down the award show carpet in her cute outfit. For this look, the actress put up her light brown hair into a simple updo and went with a bolder brow than her fans are used to seeing.
Vintage Versace in Australia
Margot Robbie’s stylist, Kate Young, dressed the famous actress in a bold Versace dress for the 2023 Australian premiere of her movie “Babylon.” The Versace dress is based on an original design that the luxury brand debuted back in 1995, and the trendy influences are evident.
The baby blue dress features a corset bodice and draped skirt, but that’s not all. The dress has a daring thigh-high slit bordered with bright red lace. Robbie wore the dress with metallic heels, which is a definite nod to the current 90s and Y2K trends that are currently taking the fashion world by storm.
Taking the Plunge in New York City
Margot Robbie stunned guests when she showed up to the 2016 New York premiere of her film “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.” She wore a daring black jumpsuit by Valentino that left little to the imagination. The plunging neckline and low back of the jumpsuit, as well as the long scarf accent in the back, elevated the classic look into something sexy and sultry.
In classic Robbie fashion, the actress wore minimal jewelry and held a simple black clutch. This whole look worked on so many levels because you really can’t go wrong with an all-black color palette. It’s chic, sultry, and elegant.
Keeping It Quirky in Mexico City
Margot wasn’t afraid to try something new during the Mexico City premiere of her Harley Quinn film “Birds of Prey.” The actress wore a Dries van Noten piece that perfectly combined high and low-brow fashion. The simple white tank top of this outfit would be way too casual for a red carpet, but the look is elevated by the elaborate skirt.
The skirt, which is made of embroidered black brocade, has a polka dot overlay with feather accents underneath. The feathers were an obvious reference to the film's title, but it also adds a point of visual interest to the whole outfit.
A Wolf in Chic Clothing
Margot Robbie made waves as Naomi Lapaglia in “Wolf of Wall Street.” She also stood out when it came time for the film’s New York red carpet premiere. She wore a stunning black and white Armani column gown with an open back. The black sequined panel created a unique silhouette that turned heads for all the right reasons.
To top it all off, the actress wore stunning spider earrings made of pearls and diamonds. The whole look would not have been complete without her bold smokey makeup, which made her blue eyes pop. Even DiCaprio wasn't missed by her side.
Seeing Red at the “Babylon” Premiere
Margot Robbie has been experimenting with more elevated red-carpet looks in recent years. She pulled off a red Valentino sheath dress at the 2023 U.K. premiere of “Babylon.” The shapeless silhouette of the dress is not something that every celeb can easily pull off. However, Robbie looked amazing.
The voluminous dress is from Valentino’s Spring/Summer collection, and it looked like it went straight off the runway and onto the red carpet. The dress had a plunging backless design, which brought an element of surprise to the whole look. Robbie completed the high-brow outfit with a messy bun and a matching red lip.
Stunning in Chanel
Chanel is one of Margot Robbie’s go-to designers when it comes to red-carpet looks. On many occasions, it has been her first and most successful choice. She wore a stunning Chanel dress to the New York premiere of the film “Mary Queen of Scots” that was modern yet vintage. The cream-colored dress had a truly unique cut and silhouette, created by layering multiple almost-sheer pieces together.
The high neck, sequin flower appliques, and lace accents created a retro feel, but the titillating sheerness of the fabric brought it into the modern day. The look was completed with plum lipstick and a low-slung ponytail.
New Year’s Eve: Vegas Style
The famous actress was a big fan of minidresses in her early days of fame. She attended a 2011 New Year’s Eve celebration at LAVO Las Vegas wearing a flowy white minidress and an understated black clutch. The loose silhouette is offset by the sheer parts of the dress, creating a casual yet sexy look.
Robbie accessorized her New Year’s Eve look with cute ankle boots and a bold cuff bracelet. This easy, breezy look from Robbie’s early career is a nice reminder that she’s just like us. She likes to feel comfortable, confident, and effortless when it comes to red carpet style.
“The Legend of Tarzan” Premiere
Robbie wore a daring embroidered evening gown when she walked the red carpet for the European premiere of “The Legend of Tarzan.” The Art Deco-inspired gown was designed by Miu Miu and looked absolutely stunning on her. The dress had a sheer bodice with artfully placed embroidery that was both sexy and classy.
Unfortunately, Robbie experienced a dreaded wardrobe malfunction while walking the carpet. Thankfully, her co-star Alexander Skarsgård swept in to help zip up her dress. The glamorous actress took the malfunction in stride and still killed it in this amazing dress. This is definitely one of her most memorable red carpet moments.
Gotham City Sparkle
For the 2017 Gotham Awards in New York City, Robbie stepped onto the red carpet in a glamorous Yves Saint Laurent dress. The one-shoulder, shimmering dress made the star look absolutely effervescent. The dress was covered in sequins, cinched at the waist, and had a unique diagonal hemline which brought her to be the talk of the evening.
The dress was understated but glam, creating a truly elegant look. Robbie’s hair was styled in its signature relaxed waves, and her makeup was minimal. The bold, dark red lipstick that she wore really elevated the whole outfit to the next level.
Pretty in Pink
Margot Robbie has developed a close relationship with the luxury brand Chanel over the years. Starting in 2016, Robbie has acted as a Chanel ambassador, channeling some truly stunning looks on the red carpet. Her Chanel gown for the 2023 Golden Globes was perhaps the most incredible look from the brand to date.
The blush pink evening gown was custom-made for Robbie and took over 750 hours to make. The label and Robbie’s stylist, Kate Young, collaborated to create this delicate and feminine masterpiece. Made of Chantilly lace, feathers, and sequins, the dress called back to the glamor of the 1920s.
One for the Boys
Dramatic evening wear is Margot Robbie’s M.O. But the actress also pulls off lighter looks on the red carpet. This blue and white silk two-piece ensemble gave off the perfect vibe of professionalism and comfort. The Vionnet outfit was worn on the red carpet for the One for the Boys Charity Ball in June 2014.
The bold floral print complements Robbie’s strawberry-blonde hair perfectly, making her look like she’s ready for an elegant garden party. So fresh, graceful, and vibrant. Paired with some strappy white heels and an elegant clutch, we can’t get enough of this look. Give us more!
Looking Gucci at the Golden Globes
If there’s anything we know for sure about Margot Robbie, it’s that she loves a plunging neckline. The actress took the plunge during the 2018 Golden Globes red carpet by wearing a stunning Gucci dress. The satin long-sleeved gown was custom-made and featured a crystal bow embellishment on the front.
The dress also featured a strong silhouette in the shoulders, creating a stark contrast to the revealing neckline. The classic curls and subtle red lip created the perfect feel of hardness and softness that Robbie embodies so well. For accessories, the actress wore shoes and a clutch from Roger Vivier.
Red and Chic for “Wolf of Wall Street”
During the London premiere of Margot Robbie’s breakout film “The Wolf of Wall Street,” she went full glam. The actress was rising to fame and getting noticed during the press tour for the film, so she dressed to impress in a red Oscar de la Renta gown.
The classic and chic gown features duo-tone red fabric, a high neckline, and long sleeves. The dress flows beautifully on Robbie, who enjoyed a few twirls on the carpet to show off the dress’s billowing hemline. She paired the dress with metallic Louboutin pumps. You can’t get any more classic and elegant than that.
Black Lace at the Critics’ Choice Awards
We love a good jumpsuit, and Margot Robbie’s ensemble at the 2014 Critics’ Choice Awards did not disappoint. She ditched the traditional dress for a modern black jumpsuit and bold accessories. The jumpsuit, made by Lebanese designer Elie Saab, featured lace sleeves and a sleek silhouette.
Robbie’s look manages to provide full coverage while remaining totally sexy. She wore bold Ileana Makri rings and a sleek Alexander McQueen clutch to complement the sleek outfit. In classic Robbie fashion, she let the outfit speak for itself with a natural hair and makeup look. You can’t go wrong with a nude lip.
Chic at Cannes
The actress attended the 2019 Cannes Film Festival to promote the Quentin Tarantino film “Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood.” Robbie channeled the 70s vibe of the movie with her outfit choice. She dazzled the red carpet in a simple but sweet white maxi dress and silver sandals. She knows you don't always have to wear red to stun the carpet.
The off-the-shoulder sleeves and the ruffle detail at the hemline create a dreamy, relaxed feel that is oh-so-chic. Not to mention the delicate lace detailing that gives the dress a vintage boho vibe. The relaxed braids in Robbie’s hair make her look like a modern flower child.
A Show-Stopping Golden Globes Dress
Margot Robbie’s performance in “The Wolf of Wall Street” may have catapulted her to fame, but her red carpet style is what kept her among the stars. Critics were wowed by Robbie’s outfit choices when award season rolled around in the year 2014. Her Golden Globes dress was no different.
The actress wore a chic, sexy, and deceptively simple Gucci gown. The dress was custom-made for the actress and featured a daringly high leg slit. The deep v-neckline was accentuated by gorgeous emeralds and crystals around the armholes and bodice. Her velvet emerald shoes really made the whole outfit pop.
Going Green at the Governor’s Awards
The dress Margot Robbie wore for the 2022 Governor’s Awards Ceremony was more daring than her usual red carpet looks, but it totally worked for her. She rocked a satin green dress with some daring cutouts that showed off all the right places. The one-shoulder look featured ruching along the side and a sleek slit along her abs.
The satin green fabric made Robbie look absolutely glowing. The gold jewelry and dark nail polish added a modern edge to this floor-length Greek goddess look. The gown was designed by Bottega Veneta and fits the actress like a chic green glove.
Suiting Up for Wall Street Journal
The famous actress was all business at the 2022 Wall Street Journal Innovator Awards. She suited up in a white-and-black Proenza Schouler ensemble with a black lace button-up underneath. Although the outfit was a formal suit, it was far from stuffy, and it had class and style.
The bell-bottom pants and extra-long jacket sleeves elevated the look to high-brow fashion. The lace undershirt was longer than usual, too, giving the outfit an interesting layered look. Plus, the suit is immaculately tailored to fit Robbie like a glove. The suit was from the luxury brand’s 2023 Spring collection, and it looked straight off the runway.
Daring to be Different in LA
This outfit is by far one of Margot Robbie’s most daring red carpet looks to date. For the LA red carpet premiere of her film “Babylon,” Robbie went with a hooded black mini dress from Alaïa’s 2023 Winter collection. The dress is a truly unique masterpiece, made of knitted cashmere and a fur-trimmed hemline.
The cashmere dress was expertly draped to create a halter neckline, hood, and daring abdomen slit. The silhouette is kind of wild, but it somehow works. In an interesting choice, Robbie paired the asymmetrical dress with sheer black tights. Tights are hardly ever seen on the red carpet these days, and we love her for this choice.
Chanel Strikes Again
Although fans have mixed feelings about Margot Robbie’s Chanel outfits, we think this one works. The actress wore a sheer, tiered Chanel dress to the LA premiere of “Terminal” in 2018. The dress was straight from Chanel’s 2018 Fall collection, but Robbie gave the look a modern feel by ditching the tights and tweed jacket that were featured in the brand’s runway show.
The turtleneck and white lace are counterbalanced by the sheer black skirt, which is sexy without being too revealing. The smokey eye, sleek hairdo, and strappy sandals give the look a youthful appeal that the actress pulls off well.
The Givenchy Fashion Show
Who says you can’t wear white after Labor Day? Not Margot Robbie. She pulled off this monochromatic ensemble at the Givenchy show during New York Fashion Week in 2016. Robbie wore the all-white suit without a shirt underneath, creating a plunging neckline that modernized the classic silhouette.
The white shoes and her platinum blonde locks all matched, and the black clutch added a touch of contrast. The texture of the suit is fun because it looks almost fuzzy, which added an avant-garde touch to the whole outfit. Forget Chanel. Robbie should be the leading ambassador for Givenchy, in our opinion.
Brunette in Red
Although Margot is a natural brunette, she’s become famous for her signature blonde hair. It’s always shocking to see the actress rock her natural brown hair, but it always works. She sported her natural hair color and a sultry red jumpsuit to the 2014 Jameson Empire Film Awards in London.
The off-the-shoulder jumpsuit featured a structured neckline and wide-leg trousers along with a cinched waistline. Her retro curls gave the whole look some major Jessica Rabbit vibes. The look was topped off with a sparkly black clutch. Robbie rocked this jumpsuit in a way that was simultaneously edgy and elegant.
Margot’s First Met Gala
The Met Gala is the ultimate “who’s who” of fashion events. Celebrities pull out all the stops to craft the best outfit possible around the event’s theme. Margot Robbie attended her first Met Gala in 2014 and definitely nailed it. The event celebrated American designer Charles James, who was known for classic glamor and feminine silhouettes.
Robbie’s custom Prada look is definitely classic and elegant. The sheer organza top and geometric patterned skirt worked together to create a dreamy but structured look. The vintage high neckline is modernized with the see-through top, making the whole outfit look sexy and chic.
A Day at the Races
Giant hats are usually par for the course when it comes to formal horse race events. However, Robbie switched things up when she attended Stakes Day at the Flemington Racecourse in 2014. Instead of a classic hat or fascinator, Robbie went for a crystal-encrusted headband and a chic updo.
Along with the headband, the actress wore a summery yellow Ellery ensemble. The matching top and skirt featured an abstract, lively pattern that perfectly matched the energy of the event. The outfit was paired with strappy gold heels and a matching handbag. Overall, this look is classic chic with a modern twist.
An Elegant Dinner Look
Margot rocked this ivory look back in 2014 when she co-hosted the Carmella Dinner at the Petit Ermitage Hotel in Los Angeles. The top and trousers matched perfectly to create a jumpsuit effect, which we loved. The flowing fabric, elegant silhouette, and leg slits worked together for a chic Parisian vibe.
The actress pulled off this minimalist look with a simple updo and a subtle neutral eye. Her clutch created a pop of color that worked well with the romantic, flowing feel of the outfit. This simple yet effective look helped put Robbie on the map as an emerging fashion icon.
Pretty in White
One of Margot Robbie’s special talents is her ability to match her outfit to the vibe of the red-carpet event. She tends to splash a touch of the theme to what she chooses to wear. She knew that the red carpet premiere of “The Suicide Squad” would have a more casual and daring vibe, so she did not hold back with her outfit.
Her all-white ensemble is experimental without being too “out there.” She wore a sheer long-sleeve white t-shirt underneath an expertly draped halter top and slacks. Silver embellishments added areas of interest to the whole look, as well as the silver chain belt around her waist.
A Chanel Look for the Oscars
The 2021 Oscars red carpet saw Margot Robbie debut a new ‘do and a stunning Chanel dress. The star showed up to the red carpet with brand new bangs and a relaxed, low ponytail, which paired perfectly with her metallic silver gown. The floral dress had a sweetheart neckline outlined in delicate lace and simple spaghetti straps.
This metallic silver look was almost the complete opposite of her signature gold snakeskin gown from the 2016 Oscars. Even so, it’s just as sleek and glam. The actress topped off the look with pearl drop earrings, platinum rings, and a simple black clutch.
A Boss on the Black Carpet
Hugo Boss is a luxury label famous for its tailored suits, so it only makes sense that Margot Robbie would suit up for the Hugo Boss Prize event in 2014. This black suit is a sexy take on classic menswear and only goes to prove that Robbie is a true fashion chameleon. Her slicked-back hair and bold makeup make her look completely different.
Robbie went for a stark and sleek vibe with this outfit. The black suit jacket was expertly tailored, and the skinny pants paired perfectly with her sky-high stilettos. The gold metallic choker is also a nice touch for this A+ outfit.
Margot Goes Wild at the Tarzan Premiere
There is always an element of surprise to Margot Robbie’s red carpet style whenever she wears Gucci. This dress is no different. The cheongsam-inspired black dress from the 2016 premiere of “The Legend of Tarzan” was different from a lot of her past looks, and we’re totally into it.
The floor-length dress featured elaborate embroidery, a high leg slit, and surprising pink fur sleeve cuffs. The colors of the dress work beautifully together and create a nice contrast with Robbie’s loose hair. In the ultimate glam move, her light pink lipstick perfectly matched the touches of pink in her dress.
An “I, Tonya” Showstopper
Margot was nominated for her first Oscar in 2018 for her leading role in “I, Tonya.” So, her stylist Kate Young pulled out all the stops for her red-carpet look. The white Chanel gown that Robbie wore to the awards ceremony is utterly gorgeous. The dress featured a layered skirt and long train, giving the whole look an air of elegance.
The bodice of the dress featured delicate beading and a simple strapless neckline. Robbie’s stylist finished off the look with Chanel earrings and a fun plastic handbag. The modern handbag gave an unexpected twist to such a classic, chic outfit.
Keeping It Casual
Although Margot wore a lot of minidresses early in her career, she rarely rocks them on the red carpet anymore. That’s why the minidress she wore for a film event in Italy was so refreshing. The colorful print dress was casual without looking underdressed. The pattern featured a cute motif of houses and animals in bold, primary colors.
The dress was anything but childish, though. The deep v-neck and puff sleeves made the dress look grown up, chic, and mature while still infusing a sense of playfulness with a light and unobligated feeling to it. It hit the perfect note for the event.
Keeping It Classy at Windsor Castle
Most people would be at a loss for what to wear to an event hosted by the Duke of Cambridge. Margot Robbie, however, didn’t falter under the high-stakes pressure. She wore a gray and silver Ralph Lauren gown to a 2014 charity dinner hosted at Windsor Castle. The gown featured a high-neck-wrapped top and a slinky silk skirt.
The big reveal came when Robbie turned around. The gown was backless, which gave it a modern feel without being overly sultry. She matched her clutch to her dress and wore a classy updo. If you’re invited to Windsor Castle, you have to go all out.
Margot Robbie, Superhero
The famous actress proved that an all-black outfit can be far from boring when she stepped onto the red carpet of the “Amsterdam” movie premiere. The monochromatic look by Celine featured a light-as-air cape, peekaboo cutouts, and an elegant leg slit. The understated look managed to look classic and modern at the same time, using a minimalist silhouette with modern tailoring.
Robbie was able to pull off the Celine cape without looking like a superhero. The silver earrings and ring elevated the outfit and complimented her strappy silver sandals. Overall, it’s a look that not many would be able to pull off as effortlessly.
A Vintage Red Carpet Look
For the 2020 Academy Awards, Margot served as a blast from the past. She donned a vintage Chanel dress from the label’s 1994 couture collection. The dress looked anything but stuffy and old, though. Robbie pulled off the black empire-waist gown with elegance and grace.
The dress had unique flowing sleeves that sat in the middle of Robbie’s arms with giant bows. There was also a bold pendant attached to the sweetheart neckline, which served as the actress’s only piece of jewelry. Many fashion fans didn’t find this look to be as riveting as her other Oscar outfits, but it’s still a classic.
All Ruffled at the BAFTAs
The year 2020 saw a lot of Chanel looks from Margot. As the face of the luxury label, it’s no surprise that she went with Chanel for the 73rd annual BAFTAs. She wore an elegant ruffled gown with a full skirt and lace sleeves. From the front, the dress looked pretty conservative. However, the dress is a whole other story from the back.
The lace sleeves of the dress turned into a black cape around Robbie’s shoulders. The rest of the gown is backless, which prevented the cape from looking too matronly. Leave it to Margot to absolutely kill every Chanel outfit she tries on.
Strapless and Glam at Australians in Film
As every fan worth their salt knows, Margot is an Australian native. So, when she attended the Australians in Film Awards in 2014, she pulled out all the stops. Her white monochromatic outfit was modern, fun, and sexy. The strapless midi dress featured sheer diamond cutouts along the sides and an asymmetrical hemline.
The dress was by the designer label Dion Lee. Of course, no outfit would be complete without Louboutins, which Robbie wore in white. Her makeup and hair added a dewy, youthful glow to the look. It’s kind of ridiculous how good she looks in such a simple, understated outfit.
The 2020 SAG Awards
If you’re a fan of Chanel, you will probably love this look. Margot hit the SAG Awards gray carpet in a multi-tiered plaid gown by the luxury label. Plaid isn’t a common pattern at carpet events, so it was a refreshing and daring move to choose this dress for the awards show.
The halter dress captures Chanel’s classic Parisian aesthetic with a hint of tweed. Robbie paired the dress with layered gold Chanel necklaces and simple strappy sandals. The tiers of the plaid dress were cinched off by a belt at the waist. Not any woman could pull this off like she did.
A True Chanel Chick
The red carpet at the Golden Globe Awards seems to be the place where Margot shines brightest. Her 2020 Golden Globe outfit was stunning. The dress, designed by Chanel, balanced out to create a whimsical and understated look. The bright white of the floor-length skirt worked ridiculously well with the colorful tube top bodice.
The embroidered top, which took a reported 225 hours to make, featured elaborate beading and sequins in rich jewel-tone colors. Robbie’s styling team added some surprise elements to the whole look, including bright purple eyeliner. The best part of the whole outfit? The dress had pockets!
An Academy Award Vamp
There’s something about Margot Robbie’s style that is reminiscent of vintage Hollywood glam. That reputation started all the way back in 2014, and her Academy Awards red-carpet look proves it. The “Wolf of Wall Street” actress went all out for her first Oscars ceremony in a black Saint Laurent gown.
The black gown featured a jeweled bodice and a sleek floor-length skirt. The star had uncharacteristically dark brown hair for the event, which only helped up the ante. The dress also featured a sophisticated cutout in the back, which was suggestive and without being too risqué. The perfect choice for her first Oscars.
All Business at a Chanel Dinner
In 2019, Chanel announced Margot Robbie as the new face of a new fragrance and threw a dinner bash to celebrate. Of course, Robbie dressed up in the perfect outfit for the honorary event. She wore a unique and glamorous Chanel outfit that featured black pants and an elaborate white ruffled top.
The sharp contrast only emphasized her gift of a body and how beautiful this woman is. The outfit was full of subtle details, including the feather fringe at the bottom of each pant leg. The luxurious fabric prevented the pants from looking too baggy. The top was cinched with a matching belt, tying the whole look together.
Relaxed and Chic in Germany
Margot Robbie is, in all seriousness, the only star who can make a classic boho dress look red carpet-ready. She wore a voluminous maxi dress on the red carpet for the Berlin premiere of “Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood.” The dress was designed by up-and-coming French designer Simon Porte Jacquemus, so it was a total it-girl moment for Robbie.
The dress is simple, classic, and elegant. The light olive green looks gorgeous with the star’s dirty blonde curls. Plus, the simple buttons up the front of the dress create a relaxed and chic vibe. Robbie completed her look with dark nail polish and sun-kissed makeup.
Daring to be Bold at Cannes
The Cannes Film Festival is known for glamorous celebs and breathtaking ball gowns. Margot dared to be different during the 2019 festival when she walked down the red carpet in a glittery Chanel set. The outfit featured sequined pants and a matching black-and-white tunic. This matching set sounds more casual than the usual red carpet gown, but Chanel added extra oomph to the whole look.
The all-around shimmer made Robbie look radiant. Plus, the bow and blush pink rose accent made the tunic look more dressed up. The pointy boots and black choker gave the soft, delicate outfit a much-needed edge.
Chanel’s Métiers d'Art Show
Being a Chanel brand ambassador is a huge honor. Margot was handpicked as an ambassador by Karl Lagerfeld himself, which is an insanely huge honor. She didn’t let the design legend down with this look. She wore a black mini dress to the 2019 Métiers d'Art Show, held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
The frothy dress is a play on classic formal menswear, with a cute bow tie and tuxedo-esque buttons on the front. Robbie effortlessly pulled off the loose parachute silhouette of the gown. She wore understated black shoes and a sleek hairstyle for this formal look.
80s Chic in London
Who knew 80s mom jeans could look so chic? It’s no surprise when it's Margot Robbie. She showed up to a London photocall wearing a monochromatic, slightly retro outfit designed by Doen. The whole light yellow ensemble featured a flowy button-up top and super high-waisted jeans.
We love when celebrities are able to pull off casual chic, and Robbie does it so well. The matching high heels and her wind-swept hair elevate this outfit from “casual Friday in the office” to “Hollywood glam.” Not to mention her black nail polish and smokey eyes giving major it-girl energy and a whole load of sophistication and glam.
Stepping Out at the Critics’ Choice Awards
The Critics’ Choice Awards are considered by many to be a more “casual” awards show. Guests usually wear shorter hemlines and more daring fashions than in other high-profile shows. Margot, as always, was an exception to the rule during the 2018 red carpet. She wore a strapless Chanel gown that pushed the envelope of her usual style.
The dress featured ruffles, embellishments, pleats, and a ton of layers. The stark black-and-white color palette was infused with fun along the cinched waist. The colorful jewels and sequins added an unexpected twist to an otherwise classic Chanel aesthetic.
Barely There at Tribeca
Margot isn’t known for wearing barely-there ensembles on the red carpet. That’s why people were doing double takes when she showed up to the Tribeca Film Festival in a sheer Chanel jumpsuit. The lace jumpsuit was deceivingly revealing, with a see-through pant leg and a nude-colored bodysuit underneath.
The actress toned the overt sexiness down with a matching Chanel belt and a cozy mohair cardigan. The cardigan was an unexpected addition to the look, but it added a feel of grandma chic in the best way possible. Plus, her bold eyeliner and pointy black pumps were just sultry enough to counterbalance the coziness and natural warmth.
Understated in Prada
Even though it’s not as highly publicized, there is also an Oscars ceremony for technical achievement in motion pictures. The red carpet is just as glamorous as its televised counterpart, and Robbie’s Prada gown from 2015 is no exception. The floor-length gown was interesting and understated.
The black dress had a sheer lace bodice with a floral bandeau-style strip of fabric across the middle. The brocade fabric made the standard black dress stand out from every other outfit at the event. Robbie wore her long hair back in a single braid with minimal, natural-looking makeup. So little effort, yet achieving so much prestige.
SAG Awards Perfection
Margot hit the red carpet for the 2019 Screen Actors Guild Awards looking like absolute perfection. She wore a white and gold Chanel gown from the brand’s exclusive Métiers d'Art collection. It had a simple silhouette and cut that drew attention to the fine details of her look.
The sleek white gown was divided by horizontal gold stripes made from embroidery and tiny peek-a-boo cutouts. The plunging neckline also featured a see-through effect that looked oh-so classy. The gold and white color combination, plus Robbie’s bold gold earrings, made her look like an Egyptian goddess or Greek Queen. Either way, she was impeccable.
Dazzling the Blue and White Carpet
Not all “red” carpets are actually red. The famous Vanity Fair Oscar after-party features a blue and white carpet full of the “who’s who” of Hollywood. At the 2018 event, Margot pulled out all the stops for her look. Her haute couture Chanel dress looked like a sparkly crystal dream.
The gauzy off-white gown was encrusted with crystals through and through. The unique design had a mini dress overlaid with sheer tulle that reached the floor. Almost every inch of the overlay and mini dress were covered in delicate embellishments, creating a feminine look reminiscent of a 20s flapper girl.
A Dramatic Silhouette
The British Academy Film Awards (aka the BAFTAs) is the award event where stars push the envelope and experiment with more daring red carpet looks. Margot Robbie styled a look that varied from her usual sleek silhouettes. She wore a haute couture gown by Chanel that played with angles.
The mermaid gown dramatically fanned out at the bottom with luxurious tulle. The same stark angles were mirrored in the sleeves, which created a strong, dramatic shoulder. The rest of the gown was white in contrast, with dark crystals embroidered throughout to match the tulle. Overall, the look was dramatic, stark, and definitely more haute couture than Robbie’s usual style.
Black and White in Focus
Margot went against the grain in a subtle, classy way when she attended a special screening of her movie “Focus” in 2015. Instead of the usual floor-length gown, she hit the red carpet in a black-and-white jumpsuit and a tailored coat. This fun play on menswear was a total power move and looked great on the star.
The strapless jumpsuit was by Blumarine, and the coat was by Alexander McQueen. Robbie looked effortlessly cool and chic in this look. The minimalist design and color palette were perfect for the evening red carpet event. Plus, her golden blonde hair popped against the classy black coat.
Little Black Oscars Dress
For her second Academy Awards in 2015, Margot kept it simple with an all-black outfit. However, the simplicity of the outfit was deceiving and spoke volumes to fashionistas in the know. The plunging neckline and sheer long sleeves gave this Saint Laurent gown an extra layer of elegance.
The Saint Laurent gown also had a classic wrap dress silhouette, with ruffles running organically down the length of the skirt. However, the real showstopper was Robbie’s choice of jewelry. She wore a vintage Van Cleef & Arpels necklace that was allegedly designed for Wallis Simpson. We have to admit; this necklace looks better on Robbie than it ever could have on the former Duchess of Windsor.
Stunning and Simple at the Met
Margot Robbie had a few Met Galas under her figurative belt by the time she stepped on the museum’s red carpet in 2016. For the “Manus x Machina” event, the actress’s stylist dressed her in a stunningly simple Calvin Klein gown. The dress was custom-made for Robbie and perfectly compliments her natural beauty and curves.
Calvin Klein’s designs are known for their clean, elegant aesthetic, and this dress is no different. Robbie was radiant in this strapless dress with creative cutouts on the side. The simple look was accentuated by gold cuff bracelets, gold heels (off frame), and a fun tiny clutch.
Ruffles in “Focus”
Black-and-white is one of Margot’s favorite color combos when it comes to her red carpet styles. She really went hard on the complementary color pairing in 2015 when she wore a couture Giambattista Valli gown to the Hollywood premiere of her movie, “Focus.”
The sheer, completely see-through dress had a black bodysuit underneath, creating a tantalizing peek-a-boo effect on the carpet. The top of the bodice of the strapless gown was covered in frothy white ruffles, which was very different from the stark look of her slicked-back hair. While not everyone was a fan of this look, we have to admit that it’s daring.
Among the Stars at a “Hollywood” Premiere
Margot Robbie looks her best when she wears something that captures her beachy Australian free spirit. Her gauzy gown for the LA premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood” is red carpet style at its best. The retro 70s style of this gown was an obvious nod to the time period and setting in the movie.
The gown was made by Chanel and features a plunging neckline, bishop sleeves, and a cute bow at the waistline. The dress makes Robbie look angelic without being too stuffy and old-fashioned. We think she nailed it with this one, folks.
A “Risqué” Tango Foxtrot
Margot risked it all with her revealing jumpsuit for the red-carpet premiere of “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.” The black one-piece featured a plunging deep v-neckline that would make JLo’s 2000-era Versace dress blush. Oh, and did we mention that the jumpsuit is completely backless? Did she want to make us sweat this much?
Of course, Robbie kept it classy with simple accessories, a smokey eye, and minimal jewelry. She had an edgier hairstyle with this look, especially compared to her usual relaxed beach waves. Very few people can pull off such a daring look, but she does so with flying colors.
Vertical Stripes for Vanity Fair
We love a good celebrity costume change. When Margot Robbie attended the 2015 Academy Awards, she changed out of her award show dress into something just as elegant but more fun for a later event. She stepped out onto the Vanity Fair afterparty carpet in a whimsical Christian Dior gown.
This black-and-white striped dress featured a shorter hemline and bold print that drew spectators’ eyes away from the striped Vanity Fair carpet. Her diamond jewelry, red lipstick, and elegant clutch made her look like a Hollywood starlet from days past. Her hair’s extreme side part added to the overall vintage-inspired style.
Pure Elegance at AFI Fest
During the “Mary Queen of Scots” press tour, Margot Robbie’s red carpet style hinted at elements of Old World European fashion and elegance. She continued with this very intentional style trend during the AFI Fest screening in November 2018. The versatile actress sported a Chanel gown with a sky-high neckline and intricate beading.
The entire bodice of the dress was covered in delicate sequins and beads. In addition, the strong puff sleeves added a vintage vibe and a point of interest to the sleek silhouette. We love the daring leg slit on the side of the skirt, which is bordered by embellishment that matches the top.
Margot’s Chanel Debut
Did you know Margot was named a Chanel ambassador by Karl Lagerfeld himself? No pressure. Of course, the stunning actress wanted to look absolutely perfect for her first public appearance as the face of the luxury brand. So, when she attended Chanel’s Cruise 2018/19 Collection, she made sure to hit her look out of the park.
She showed up to the exclusive fashion show wearing a fun sequin mini dress. The colorful dress reflected the lightness and happiness of Spring without being too over the top. Robbie also sported a black velvet choker tied in a bow in the middle of her neck.
Nailed the Landing
Robbie's movie “I, Tonya” was a hit film nominated for many awards during the 2018 season. It seems that Margot took the theme to heart when planning her outfit for the BAFTA Nominee Party in London that year. She effortlessly skated onto the red carpet in Chanel couture and gold strappy heels.
The knee-length outfit was classic Chanel, with tweed galore and a chic French shift dress silhouette. The feathers around the hem, cuffs, and neckline added a fun element that kind of made it look like a couture version of a skating costume. Pretty appropriate, if you ask us.
Keeping It Casual
Margot’s role as Harley Quinn in the comic book-based “Suicide Squad” allowed her to wear some kookier stuff for PR events and red-carpet premieres. She kept her style pretty casual for a mural reveal event related to the film. She showed up in a light salmon jumpsuit and bright red kitten heels.
This outfit is so cute and accessible. Robbie looks so comfortable and breezy in this jumpsuit that we can’t help but want one for ourselves. Can anyone name a more perfect summer outfit? She accessorized her casual look with a cute and sweet braid and a delicate gold necklace.
Embracing Her Inner Unicorn
Margot absolutely stole the show at the black carpet premiere of her movie “Suicide Squad” in 2016. There are so many things to say about this incredible dress; we don’t even know where to start. First off, the Alexander McQueen column gown features a bold, in-your-face unicorn that dominates the design. Second, how can you not love the over-the-top gold sequin applique?
This edgy yet glam gown perfectly captured Harley Quinn’s vibe and perfectly matched the fun energy of the “Suicide Squad” premiere. In classic Robbie fashion, she didn’t over-accessorize. A sleek clutch and a dark lip were all she needed to complete her artistic look.
On Safari at the Independent Spirit Awards
Margot tried something new for the 2018 Independent Spirit Awards. Fans hardly ever get to see the blonde beauty in animal print, so everyone was delighted with this awesome Louis Vuitton number. Everything about this red (or blue) carpet look hit just right.
The length was perfect for this edgier awards event, and the front zipper is to die for. Not to mention the gold shimmer along the front that really makes the leopard print pop. This fun look is creative, modern, and loud in all the right ways. Her black platform heels and extra bold brows are icing on this wildly perfect cake.
Harley Quinn IRL
We love that Margot wore a tuxedo to the Women in Film cocktail party in 2018. Who needs gender norms anyway? The star channeled her inner Harley Quinn with a black and red striped suit by Dolce & Gabbana. Whenever a female celeb wears a suit on the red carpet, there’s the risk of looking drab or boxy.
This modern take on a menswear classic is anything but on Margot. The jacket and tailored pants were perfectly tailored to Robbie’s body, and the simple heels (off frame) elongated her legs and show that sometimes simplicity is the keyword for success. We love the oversized lapels and the boutonniere as well.
Margot Goes for Gold in Silver
Margot loves to channel her film characters when it comes to her red carpet style. It’s no surprise that she tapped into her “I, Tonya” character for the film’s London premiere. She sported a custom-made, icy gown from Louis Vuitton. The floor-length gown was covered in silver, white, and black sequins. It definitely brought to mind the fabulous figure skating costumes of the early 90s.
We can’t get enough of the geometric pattern and slinky silhouette. Plus, her icy silver eyeliner ties the whole look together. Her stylist, Kate Young, definitely landed a quadruple axle jump with this look and made the star look glamorous with not too much endeavor.
Classic in Calvin
Red carpets during New York Fashion Week are just as important as award show entrances. It’s a chance for celebs and fashionistas alike to strut their stuff and show support for their favorite designers. Margot flaunted her subtle style at the 2018 Calvin Klein show with one simple trick.
She decided to leave the pants at home. The actress and producer wore a gray suit jacket as a daring mini dress. What’s usually thought of as drab office wear was reinvigorated by her styling. We can’t get enough. Plus, her Calvin Klein shoes pushed this look from average to stellar.
Sweet and Girly at The Grove
Move over, Barbie (though she is essentially Barbie). Margot Robbie is a true fashion chameleon who always knows the right thing to wear to any event. For the premiere of her film “Peter Rabbit,” the star went in a girly floral dress. The boho-inspired dress perfectly captured the innocent, sweet garden party vibe of the movie.
Robbie’s dress featured strategically placed ruffles and watercolor florals that balanced elegance with whimsy. The real star of this red carpet look was her purse. The Judith Leiber bag was shaped like a bunny and entirely covered in crystals. You can't really get any cuter than this.
A Light Look for the Gotham Awards
Some Margot Robbie looks are more subdued than others. This red carpet look for the 2016 Annual Gotham Awards was one of her more simple outfits. She played it safe with a classic cut and a people-pleasing color. The floor-length white dress, unsurprisingly, is made by Calvin Klein.
The deep v-neck and geometric clutch add some interest to the outfit. However, if Robbie was not so stunning, she may have blended in too much with the background. Thankfully, her bold red lipstick, elegant eye makeup, and refined hairstyle saved this look and made it a celebration of all things classic.
Bold in Brocade
We love a Margot Robbie Prada moment. She wore this coordinating set to the Santa Barbara Film Festival. It perfectly combines new and classic motifs with its vintage brocade pattern and modern silhouette. It looked elegant without being too over-the-top, which is something Robbie pulls off so well.
The cropped hem of the pants and expert construction around the waistline made Robbie look cool, calm, and collected. The sleeveless top and matching pants were a very pale pink, adding a girly touch to the whole look. Along with her perfectly coiffed hair, this red carpet look seems like a foreshadowing of her future “Barbie” starring role.