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.
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.
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.